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MicroPower joins ONVIF to develop universal IP standard for physical security industry

Published on 7 August, 2015
Micropower SOLVEIL HD is an integrated megapixel surveillance camera that delivers high-resolution video coverage
Micropower SOLVEIL HD solar-powered surveillance platform is expected to complete ONVIF requirements in Q4 2015

MicroPower Technologies Inc., an award-winning provider of surveillance solutions optimised for rapid, cost-effective deployment, recently announced that it has joined ONVIF, an open forum within the physical security industry that seeks to further the development and use of a global open standard for IP-based devices.

Fulfilling ONVIF compliance

Members of ONVIF help the organisation work toward a universal specification that will ensure that all network video devices are interoperable, regardless of the manufacturer.  An open standard for IP security technologies stands to benefit end users, integrators and manufacturers alike, allowing them to choose best-in-class technology for each application.

The SOLVEIL HD wireless, solar-powered surveillance platform from MicroPower is an integrated, reliable megapixel surveillance camera that delivers high-resolution video coverage in perimeter and outdoor areas for enhanced security and operations monitoring. Designed to easily integrate with existing surveillance deployments and today’s leading video management solutions, SOLVEIL is based on a wireless design to minimise deployment time and reduce installation complexity because there is no need for trenching. The SOLVEIL platform is expected to complete the ONVIF compliance requirements in Q4 2015.

“The physical security industry stands to benefit greatly from a universal IP standard, especially as the adoption of networked solutions continues to accelerate,” said Dave Tynan, Vice President of Global Marketing and Sales, MicroPower Technologies. “We are thrilled to be a part of ONVIF during this key time, and we look forward to contributing to the progress of improved interoperability throughout our industry.”

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