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New NVR - Higher Channel Count

This week, IndigoVision has announced a higher performance NVR series - the NVR-AS 3000. The existing series (the 200) is designed to record up to 20 cameras and play back up to 10 simultaneously. By contrast, this new series, can record up to 64 ...

By John Honovich - over 9 years ago

IP Camera 2009 Mid Year Review

Megapixel was the most dominant trend in IP cameras over the first half of 2009. So dominant was megapixel, that not only did most manufacturers release new megapixel cameras but a new non-IP megapixel standard was proposed. Not surprisingly, indu...

By John Honovich - over 9 years ago

VMS / NVR / DVR 2009 Mid-Year Market Review

Over the first half of 2009, improvements in deployment simplicity was the strongest theme for video management systems. While few to no groundbreaking features were introduced, more than a dozen manufacturers took steps to reduce the complexity o...

By John Honovich - almost 10 years ago

1st ONVIF Product Shipping

In June 2009, LILIN announced support for ONVIF in their camera lines and is shipping these cameras for production use. I have also received a sample to test.  A short term barrier is the lack of third party VMS systems supporting ONVIF (this shou...

By John Honovich - almost 10 years ago

Challenges in Supporting 3rd Party IP Cameras

A few people asked about the difficulties for adding VMS support for IP cameras. A key difficulty is that there are two vendors that most IP camera manufacturers want support from - Milestone and Genetec. The reason is a combination of large marke...

By John Honovich - almost 10 years ago

Can ONVIF Lose?

In conversations with over a dozen manufacturers, the consistent theme I hear is a preference for ONVIF. Interestingly, the reason is always about ONVIF's fame/market share. Second most common point is Cisco joining ONVIF. Regardless of why this h...

By John Honovich - almost 10 years ago

Results of IP Camera Survey

94 respondents answered our IP camera survey. Here are some highlights of the results: 73% believe standards are very important while only 4% think they are not important Of the 60 respondents who are not members of either PSIA or ONVIF, 64% d...

By John Honovich - almost 10 years ago

Timetable for ONVIF Support

Axis told me that they plan to release ONVIF support to their camera firmware in Q3, 2009. This will be in addition to their existing VAPIX protocol. If Axis does release ONVIF support in Q3 and it works well, this would have a major impact in st...

By John Honovich - almost 10 years ago

Testing Axis Camera Station - VMS Software

Axis is much better known for its IP cameras than its VMS software. Nonetheless, their VMS, Camera Station, is quite interesting because of the relative sophistication of the product, Axis' market size and speculations about the future of Camera S...

By John Honovich - almost 10 years ago

Panel on IP Camera Standards

TechSec featured a debate on IP camera standards - ONVIF, PSIA, etc. Sam has a long writeup and the discussion on standards is at the very end of his post. What's most shocking to me on this discussion is that the claimed material differences betw...

By John Honovich - about 10 years ago

IP Video Close to Standards???

Once a new technology gets media coverage, it's common to presume that it's immediately ready for prime time.  This week, a new article declares IP-based video close to standardization. Unfortunately, the article never defines how close is close. ...

By John Honovich - about 10 years ago

Will ONVIF or PSIA win the IP Camera Standards Battle?

While momentum grows for IP camera standards, significant questions exist as to what will happen with ONVIF and PSIA.  They are two groups pursuing the same fundamental goal of brining interoperability to IP cameras. As such they are direct compet...

By John Honovich - over 10 years ago

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