Following the recent release of the ONVIF test tool and conformance process, LILIN announced the release and availability of a range of ONVIF compatible H.264 IP equipment. The first products include an extensive range of High Speed Domes, External IR cameras and a stand alone encoder.Following the recent release of the ONVIF test tool and conformance process, LILIN announced the release and availability of a range of ONVIF compatible H.264 IP equipment. The first products include an extensive range of High Speed Domes, External IR cameras and a stand alone encoder.
The LILIN IP program involves transitioning much of it's extensive range to IP, adopting ONVIF as one of the many key standards which LILIN feels are essential to the successful migration to IP.
Since its inception in 1984 LILIN has followed the principle of “Creativity, Progress & Excellence” and by releasing ONVIF compatible products so far ahead of market expectations, has demonstrated this principle and its forward thinking view of the surveillance industry.
Over the coming months further announcements will herald the release of more segments of the LILIN product range compliant with the ONVIF standard, resulting in a full system offering and extended camera range. Not only will this allow LILIN to supply full IP systems with future proof interoperability but will also provide users with the option to select third party ONVIF compliant products for integration, including Video Analytics and Video Management Software.
Jason Hill, MD of LILIN UK reported “This is a significant milestone for LILIN and the future IP CCTV market worldwide. I believe that standards have now positioned IP to take the market share from traditional analogue in the very near future and pave the way for making HD CCTV a reality in the next year or two. As an industry we now have to communicate the benefits that this and other standards are bringing to the end user and move the technology forward and upwards.”