ONVIF recognizes VidSys and Steve Dillingham with 2014 ONVIF Award
VidSys has announced that software engineer Steve Dillingham was selected as one of five recipients 2014 ONVIF Awards, which recognizes security industry leaders and influencers who are shaping the adoption of open standards.
Dillingham chaired the Profile G working group that set device standards for storage and retrieval of recorded video on cameras and networked video recorders and client systems such as video management, building management and PSIMs. In addition, he served on the Client Testing working group that established interoperability requirements for all ONVIF compliant devices and clients.
James Chong Founder and CTO of VidSys said, “Steve’s contribution highlights our company’s ongoing commitment to helping define and implement open standards that will enable our industry and users to build physical security systems with best in class products. The Client Test Tool is a significant development and will quickly become the industry gold standard for helping to bring broader adoption of ONVIF and international standards.”
Per Björkdahl, Chair, ONVIF Steering Committee said, “The ONVIF Awards recognize both individuals and companies who have made significant contributions to the industry, which have helped it to mature and grow in a number of ways. This could be from work with standards, interoperability, integration, etc., but does not include work on any specific products.”