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Genius Vision Announces UPnP Discovery Directory for IP Cameras

05-13-2016 05:26 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Genius Vision

Genius Vision has created a new, user-driven platform to improve global IP camera compatibility.

The company Genius Vision recently introduced a new addition to their website, which is called the UPnP Discovery Directory for IP Cameras.
UPnP Discovery allows their software to discover and identify the manufacturers and models of IP cameras. It lists the extended camera compatibility and it’s very useful and simple for users to manage, even within a complex system. This directory is currently the only one of its kind.
The most unique and helpful aspect of UPnP Discovery is that the directory was created for users and by users. Any user can visit the directory’s webpage and add additional content at any time. Users can also search the directory using keywords, to easily and quickly find what they’re looking for. The company’s hope is that users will continue to add new content until the directory has all of the information it could possibly have.
The platform that is used to allow users to interact and add info to the directory is called the Community Platform. Genius Vision’s Community Platform is a service, which is an initiative to improve global IP camera compatibility by sharing IP camera connectivity information, such as RTSP, UPnP, HTTP, ONVIF, etc.
For more information about the platform, directory, or any of Genius Vision’s other products and services, you can visit their website.

Genius Vision is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, and owns multiple world-leading software development technologies and methodologies, which ensures their delivery of the most powerful and reliable products available. The current focus of their product development team is to complete a platform for high definition (including megapixel) IP video management. For more information, you can visit their website at geniusvision.net.

Genius Vision

Email: partners@geniusvision.net
Telephone: +886 (2) 27527612
Address: 3F., No.66, Fuxing N. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City 104, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

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