Jonas Andersson, Chairman of ONVIF, will hold a specialized presentation for Russia's corporate end users and system integrators at the third All-over-IP Forum that takes place Nov. 18 at Sokolniki Expo in Moscow.
In 2010, All-over-IP Business Program that covers exhibitors' events at Expo Area and Seminar Theatre is expanded with presentations dedicated to global experience in implementation of IP solutions as well as current technology trends and developments within security, telecom and IT markets. One of these trends is the shift from analog to digital security systems, which has created a great need for standardization of IP-based security products.
"Without a global standard, end users and integrators will always need to consider the need for extra integration work before making their final decision regarding system components for their security solution," said Jonas Andersson, Chairman of ONVIF's Steering Committee. "A global standard makes it easier for everyone as it ensures interoperability between the products regardless of brand."
Within All-over-IP'2010 Andersson will hold a presentation with the focus on ONVIF activities, recent results in the development of video surveillance and access control products with the support of ONVIF specification and business benefits of interoperability.
A live interoperability demonstration will be held in conjunction with All-over-IP'2010 on Nov. 18.