ONVIF is a non-profit organization acting as an open industry forum and the leading global standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products. The ONVIF API is a suite of SOAP/XML schemas that let developers automatically generate client and server side stubs. Services are grouped by device management, analytics, display, media, search and more.
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The ONVIF Java library by Milgo aims to be the first library to interact with the API features related to standardize communication between IP-based security products. ONVIF stands for open network video interface forum. ONVIF API is targeted to installers, system integrators, architects, engineers, and end users.