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New Online Collection of “Driven by OSSA®” Camera Products

Open Security & Safety Alliance’s Vision Comes into Focus as Devices Come to Market

The Open Security & Safety Alliance (OSSA®), an industry body comprised of stakeholders from all facets within the security, safety and building automation space, is proud to point the industry to its newly established “Driven by OSSA” Camera Portfolio" page. This central repository provides a convenient online location to feature OSSA members’ growing line-up of progressive video security cameras and edge devices that are part of an evolving OSSA-orchestrated ecosystem.

The Open Security & Safety Alliance Announces Camera Cyber Security Specification and Alliance Council for App Developers

Third Specification From OSSA® Prescribes Leading Measures to Mitigate Cyber Security Camera Threats and Vulnerabilities; New App Developer Council Involves Essential Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses in the Alliance Ecosystem

The Open Security & Safety Alliance (OSSA®), an industry body comprised of stakeholders from all facets of the security, safety and building automation space, today announced two important developments as part of its mission to pave the road towards trustworthy and innovative security and safety solutions. First, a new specification is now available to members that focuses on camera cyber security measures. OSSA also introduces a new App Developer Council designed to attract and involve app developers in the Alliance’s ever-growing ecosystem of security and safety industry players.

The Open Security & Safety Alliance joins Euralarm to Accelerate IoT Integration and Industry Harmonization Across Security & Safety Standards

Category Experts & Innovators Align on Complementary Security Missions

The Open Security & Safety Alliance (OSSA®), an industry body comprised of stakeholders from all facets of the security, safety and building automation space, today announced it has joined Euralarm, the association of European manufacturers, installers and service providers from the electronic fire safety and security industry. By joining the Security Section within Euralarm, OSSA will contribute valuable expertise in the domain of Internet of Things (IoT), while leveraging on Euralarm’s profound relationships in the European security and safety markets.

AndroVideo Inc. and the Open Security & Safety Alliance Spotlight First Commercially Available Camera(s) Built According to OSSA’s Technology Stack

The AndroVideo Smart Edge Camera Earns the “Driven by OSSA” Seal as the Security Industry Embraces Open Ecosystems for a Prosperous Market

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Taipei, Taiwan and San Ramon, California – November 3, 2020 – The Open Security & Safety Alliance (OSSA®) is pleased to announce AndroVideo released its first security camera that follows OSSA’s Technology Stack. OSSA drives an open platform principle and philosophy to open up the security and safety marketplace to fuel innovation beyond the limits of a single organization.

The Open Security & Safety Alliance Sets the Course for Further Industry Harmonization Throughout 2020 and Beyond

OSSA Philosophy Permeates Surveillance Industry; First “Driven by OSSA” Cameras and Digital Marketplace Now Available

SAN RAMON, California – June 2, 2020 – The Open Security & Safety Alliance (OSSA), an industry body comprised of leaders, influencers and innovative organizations from all facets of the security, safety and building automation space, today announced a series of milestones achieved in the past 20 months since the Alliance opened its doors. Significant markers include the OSSA common Technology Stack and two resulting specifications, the introduction of the first OSSA-inspired digital marketplace, and the newly unveiled “Driven by OSSA” designation for the first commercially available video security devices based on the Alliance philosophy and purpose.These accomplishments roll up into the organization’s overall vision of ‘one global approach to fuel the creation of new value within the security and safety space.’

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