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ONVIF: The Future of Security

Why manufacturers should strive for ONVIF conformance

In the world of security, we should all have one goal: protecting people in the most streamlined and efficient way possible. Though this is the hope, achieving this goal hasn’t always been easy. That is, until the standards organization, now known as ONVIF, entered the industry more than 10 years ago. Since then, the company’s profile approach to standardized interfaces has changed the game for security manufacturers, integrators and end users across the board.

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Tech To Assist Educational Facilities in 2020/2021

As many educational institutions have begun some version of a hybrid approach to the school year, they are faced with new policies, restrictions and uncertainty with what the school landscape will look like in the future. With technology needed to assist in maintaining occupancy limits, social distancing, as well as enhanced access control features –…

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5 Open Source Questions with ONVIF’s Per Björkdahl

ONVIF recently announced its addition of open source through GitHub, an online open source development platform. This move will automate much of the process-oriented work that is required to produce technical specifications. As such, Per Björkdahl, chairman of the ONVIF Steering Committee answers a few top questions regarding this new organizational development.  How will this…

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Considering Cloud: A cost-effective solution to assist businesses amid COVID-19

By Per Björkdahl, Chairman, ONVIF Steering Committee While cloud is not a new technology to the security industry, it continues to see growth in non-security markets, driven by growing possibilities in the IoT space. In 2019, worldwide spending on public cloud services and infrastructure was forecasted to reach $210 billion – an increase of 24…

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