ONVIF offers four classes of membership to accommodate different levels of participation: full, contributing, user and observer.
- Full and contributing members can actively influence the development of the standard by participating in the work of the forum.
- The user member level is open to organizations who wish to use the network interface specification and have access to specification proposals but do not want to participate in any work of the forum.
- The observer member level is open for organizations who do not want to participate in any work of the Forum, but who is granted certain limited benefits such as the right to access Network Interface Specification test tools. However, observer member may not present, claim, market or promote any hardware product or software application or other device to be qualified as a compliant network product.
Member privileges at a glance:
Participate as a steering committee member
Vote for steering committee member
Participate as a committee member (except steering committee)
Vote for committee member (except steering committee)
Participate in working group
Early access to specifications and related material
Meeting participation obligation (annual meeting and others)
Access to specification draft
Use of conformance tools
Ability to declare conformant products
Use of ONVIF Member logo
Use of ONVIF Profile logos for products
Use of Developer Forum
Access to Working Group Platform