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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Zhorzhik Palanjyan
Development of an ONVIF Library and PTZ-Camera Control Web Service
9
2018
This final qualification work is devoted to the development of a library implementing the ONVIF standard, designed for working with IP cameras. During the work, a web-service is also developed to provide a PTZ-camera control interface according to the ONVIF specification.

The goal of the work is to create an easily scalable open source library that provides a high level of abstraction for simple and intuitive management of IP cameras that support the ONVIF standard. Scalability of the library allows adding support for new services as the standard develops.

To demonstrate the library's capabilities, a web-based service has been developed that allows you to manage PTZ cameras. This web-service is based on the developed library for communicating with PTZ-cameras. The library was developed in the Go programming language. To develop the web-service, the React.js framework for the front-end and the node.js language for the back-end were used.

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