Our recent ONVIF Open Source challenge resulted in some innovative submissions by talented developers from around the world. Read on to learn more.
The ONVIF judges would like to thank all who participated in the challenge for their diligence, time and novel ideas. By using these innovative approaches to create new applications for open source standards such as ONVIF, we are just beginning to explore the possibilities that complete interoperability can bring.
With over 30 submissions of innovative and unique applications, the winning app, CAM X, submitted by Canada-based developer Liqiao Ying, offers an Artificial Intelligence-based object detection system that utilizes blockchain solutions for sorting information obtained from ONVIF cameras.
ONVIF is pleased to sponsor its first ever ONVIF coding challenge. We’re looking for innovators to compete for a $20,000 prize pool by creating an open source, working video streaming application that can contribute to future ONVIF profile development.