Read on for a short interview with Roel Smolenaers of Bosch about the founding of ONVIF, working on ONVIF committees and the business value of ONVIF.
Municipal use of video management systems for viewing camera footage, analyzing incidents and determining the appropriate security response to different types of incidents has become part of a city’s overall approach to its public safety operations.
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Considering Cloud: A cost-effective solution to assist businesses amid COVID-19
September 23rd, 2020
Member Roundtable: Opportunities & Challenges with Virtual Events
September 16th, 2020
Three Ways Open Source Promotes Interoperability
September 9th, 2020
ONVIF Member Profile: Eagle Eye Networks
September 3rd, 2020
Our own, @BjorkdahlPer, sat down with @InsideAccessCo1 for this insightful discussion on #ONVIF and its mission to promote #interoperability. #TechTuesday #TeamONVIF
EP 89: Powering Interoperability | Inside Access Control | Episode 89
In this episode of Inside Access Control, sponsored by the Security Industry Association, Lee Odess sits down with Per Björkdahl, Chairman of ONV...
What a difference a year makes! #ThrowbackThursday to our Hong Kong #facetoface meetings in 2019. #ONVIF is looking forward to future in-person collaborations with our members. #TeamONVIF
With the increase in #remotework and remote monitoring, now might be the time to consider #cloud solutions. #ONVIF
The benefits of cloud are particularly important, as COVID-19 is causing organizations to reevaluate traditional usage of existing technologies.
In the wake of 2020, VMS are no longer being used for #security purposes only, but now play a crucial role in health safety. #TechTuesday #ONVIF
VMS Solutions Evolve to Address Emerging Needs
Selling and installing security solutions is enough of a challenge under normal circumstances, but a global pandemic can really shake things up. For e...