Physical Security Interoperability Alliance News

Arecont Vision Displays 12 Megapixel 180° Panoramic Dome Camera With True WDR

Arecont Vision, the industry leader in IP-based megapixel camera technology, will demonstrate a new 12 megapixel 180° panoramic dome camera with true Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) at ASIS 2012 (booth #3323). In addition to its superior performance under challenging lighting conditions, the new SurroundVideo WDR 180° panoramic camera is 25 percent smaller than previous models. The camera is both ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) and PSIA (Physical Security Interoperability Alliance) c...

Arecont Vision Adds 10 Megapixel Camera And WDR Models To Its MegaDome 2 Camera Series

Arecont Vision, the industry leader in IP megapixel camera technology, announced the additions of both a 10 megapixel camera and Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) models to the MegaDome 2 camera series at ASIS 2012 (booth #3323). The addition of a 10 megapixel camera to the current MegaDome 2 lineup of 1.3, 1080p, 3 and 5 megapixel cameras will expand the series to meet growing customer demands for high-resolution megapixel camera solutions. Arecont Vision has also added two Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) came...

Arecont Vision Unveils Its Spherically Shaped All-in-one MegaBall Series Camera

Arecont Vision, the industry leader in IP-based megapixel camera technology, announced the latest addition to their award-winning IP megapixel camera lineup – the new MegaBall series. Introduced at ASIS 2012, MegaBall comes in a spherically shaped all-in-one camera form factor, and provides a wide variety of configuration options to give security professionals the installation flexibility to meet the exacting needs of their customers. The MegaBall camera series comes with a dual encoder H...

PSIA Enables Interoperability Among Security Systems And Demonstrates At ASIS 2012

The PSIA has released seven systems specifications built with broad industry support Leading access control, intrusion detection, managed service providers, physical security information management (PSIM), video, and video storage vendors demonstrated the "plug and play" interoperability of their Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA)-compliant systems today during a series of demonstrations at ASIS 2012. The demonstrations showcased the utility of PSIA's newest s...

Leading Security Vendors To Demonstrate PSIA-compliant Systems At ASIS 2012

Nine use cases will be demonstrated at ASIS 2012, including automatic discovery of equipment and systems Leading security vendors will demonstrate the interoperability of their PSIA-compliant systems, including access control, intrusion detection, video, analytics and storage and physical security information management (PSIM), at ASIS 2012. At least nine use cases based on new and existing PSIA specifications will be demonstrated at ASIS 2012, including automatic discovery o...

PSIA To Demonstrate Its Security Products At ASIS 2012

The ability to share information, on an interoperable basis, is now a reality with specifications by the PSIA ASIS 2012 will showcase an even more impressive display of system interoperability with more than a dozen companies having interoperable systems and products relying on PSIA specifications.  IP-enabled security products have been available for more than fifteen years, but have been slow to realize their true potential as interoperable devices. The ability to shar...

Physical Security Interoperability Alliance Releases Area Control V1.0 Specification

 Area Control v1.0 specification is the fourth system-oriented specification from PSIA The Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) has announced the release of its Area Control v1.0 specification. This specification will standardize the communication into access control and intrusion products, making them truly interoperable with the overall security system. The Area Control spec gives an integrated solution that the industry needs to optimize security operations. This is the fou...

PSIA Appoints Larry Lien As Its New Chairman And Marine Drive As Vice Chairman

  Lien will work with the PSIA Board to develop strategies that maintain the organization's leadership positionThe Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA), a global consortium of physical security providers focused on promoting the interoperability of IP-enabled devices, recently announced it has elected Larry Lien of Proximex as its new Chairman and Marine Drive of Honeywell as Vice Chairman."We are pleased to have two extremely strong individuals help lead our initiat...

PSIA To Demonstrate Its Security Suite Specifications At ISC West 2011

 PSIA will demonstrate the final pieces of its security suite of specifications at ISC West 2011The Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) announced it will host a reception at ISC West 2011 to demonstrate the final pieces of its security suite of specifications. Arecont Vision, Hikvision, Honeywell, IQinVision, ObjectVideo, Tyco, and UTC Fire & Security will demonstrate products relying on five PSIA specifications to support systems interoperability.The reception, sponsored...

PSIA Focussed On ‘market Shift Towards IP Products’ At China Security 2010

  PSIA's Executive Director Dave Bunzel stressed on the rising trends of market shifting towards IP products The Physical Security Interoperability Alliance presented on the need for standards to attendees at China Security 2010. One of the important messages, delivered by the organization's executive director Dave Bunzel, is that the market is shifting rapidly to IP products, which offer significant benefits in sharing critical security information.PSIA, with its systems approach to i...

Honeywell Launches New Initiative To Increase Interoperability Of IP Products

 Honeywell will work in alliance with other security and IT manufacturers to integrate its IP cameras and systems Honeywell announced it is developing new strategic relationships with security manufacturers to increase interoperability among third-party IP systems. Earlier this year, the company formed the Honeywell Open Technology Alliance, dedicated to sharing IP technology and forging effective collaborations. Alliance members include Arquero, IProNet, Milestone Systems, Sureview Sy...

PSIA Speeds Up Development Of IP-based Specifications To Increase Interoperability Of IP Security Devices

PSIA is committed to developing IP specifications for all product segments including IP video and access controlThe Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA), a global consortium of physical security providers focused on promoting the interoperability of IP-enabled devices, is ramping up development of its entire range of IP-based specifications to achieve system-wide interoperability of IP security devices.PSIA is committed to developing IP specifications for all product segments inclu...