ONVIF Members in December’s News

December 22, 2020 by ONVIF

As we enter the last few weeks of 2020, ONVIF is celebrating the overall creativity and innovative spirit of our membership. With that, here are a few members whose recent announcements, technology developments and expert insights have made the news in December.

Hanwha Techwin
Hanwha’s Top 5 Video Surveillance Trends for 2021 (SP&T News)
This article discussed Hanwha Techwin’s top five key trend predictions for 2021. They include, AI, edge devices, open platforms, cloud and cybersecurity and privacy.

Arcules, Alcatraz AI, IONODES, Milestone Systems, ZKTeco, Axis Communications
30 Top Technology Innovations of 2020 (Security Sales & Integrations)
Several of ONVIF’s member companies were included in this roundup of top technology innovations of 2020 by Security Sales & Integrations.

Bosch Security Systems
Bosch Secures Unmanned Train Depots on Southeastern Rail Network in the UK with Intelligent Video Analytics (Security Today)
This announcement details how Bosch secured the Southeastern Rail Network, one of the largest public train operators in the UK. They outfitted 12 train depots, including five unmanned locations, using a smart video security solution.

Security for Banking: Safe Cash Flow (GIT-Security)
Rochelle Thomson, senior vice president of marketing at Pelco, authored this byline on how banks can find value in increasing video surveillance and utilizing cutting-edge analytics and deep learning algorithms.

Physical security in 2021: Post-pandemic solutions (Source Security)
Mark Allen, general manager, physical access systems for Identiv, discusses what the physical security landscape might look like in 2021 – especially in regards to post-pandemic solutions.

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