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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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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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Three Ways Open Source Promotes Interoperability

ONVIF is announcing this week that it’s officially live on GitHub, an open source development platform. By having a repository on GitHub, the process of interface specification development is more accessible, transparent and streamlined. Open source is a trend that has proven to be successful in many ways for a variety of industries – here…

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What is the importance of interoperability, for both you and your customers?

By Ryan Chamberlain, Sales Engineer USA West, IndigoVision The Internet was created using a set of protocols used at every end-point to connect to the network and exchange data between endpoints. This suite of protocols was called the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)/ Internet Protocol (IP) Suite.  Today, we still use this suite of protocols, upgraded…

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