The Physical Security Interoperability Alliance is a standards body created in 2008 with the purpose of creating an open standard for IP video surveillance networks enabling the interoperability of devices and components as well as management systems from different suppliers on the same network.
The standard also encompasses the integration of other physical security systems that use IP technology including access control and alarm systems.
Membership of PSIA includes such companies as Genetec, IQinVision, OnSSI, Arecont Vision, Honeywell, Milestone Systems, March Networks, Assa Abloy, DVTel, LenSec and ObjectVideo
Study from IMS Research on ONVIF and PSIA member companies show that the combined market share of the members of the two organisations encompasses 65% of the video surveillance market with ONVIF members taking
Touring Chicago, Boston, Dallas and San Francisco, the PSIA roadshow mission is designed to educate security industry professionals on the benefits of embracing the concept of interoperability for IP video sur
Video Management System and NVR Supplier, Mirasys, declares its support for open IP Surveillance standards by supporting both emerging open standards from ONVIF and PSIA and ensuring the company's products com
Milestone Systems strengthens its support for both emerging surveillance industry standards, ONVIF and PSIA, with device drivers that enable integration of hardware from manufacturers of companies which suppor