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ONVIF to host demonstration of interoperable IP surveillance products at Security Essen 2010

Published on 28 September, 2010

Leading security systems vendors to demonstrate ONVIF conformant products at Security Essen 2010
ONVIF is the leading standardisation initiative for IP-based physical security products

  • Multi-vendor demonstration of ONVIF conformant network video products at trade show
  • More than 200 ONVIF conformant products on the market
  • The leading standardisation organisation extends ambition and scope

ONVIF, the leading standardisation initiative for IP-based physical security products, announces that it will host a public demonstration of interoperable products at the Security Essen trade show in Germany on October 7, 2010. This 3rd interoperability event continues ONVIF's tradition of organising open receptions and demonstrations of ONVIF conformant products at major trade shows in the security industry.

The event will illustrate how ONVIF makes it easy to build network video surveillance systems with products from different vendors. The demonstration, and the fact that ONVIF now boasts more than 200 member companies offering more than 200 conformant products, underscores how quickly ONVIF has become a real solution for users looking for easy-to-integrate network video products.

"ONVIF is now a reality in the global security industry," says Jonas Andersson, Axis Communications, Chairman of ONVIF's Steering Committee. "End-users, integrators and manufacturers are clearly seeing the benefits of this technology, and it is becoming more common for users to request ONVIF conformant products in their system specifications. With more than 200 available ONVIF conformant cameras, encoders and software solutions on the market, I am happy to conclude that it is now easy for vendors to meet those requirements."

ONVIF's success in the industry so far has fuelled the ambitions of the organisation. Says Mr. Andersson: "We are currently working on version 2.0 of the ONVIF specification which, among many things, will specify open interfaces for recording and storage of video. We also recently announced the extension of ONVIF to include physical access control systems, so ONVIF is making great strides towards establishing a global, open standard for IP-based security and safety devices."

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