The HDcctv Alliance was founded in 2009 with the objective to facilitate the mainstream security migration to HD CCTV. The Alliance has championed several standards, including HDcctv 1.0, based on HD-SDI, and HDCVI 2.0, based on HDCVI. HDCVI was the first of the analogue HD CCTV interfaces, which have since been embraced by installers seeking the highest-performance, least-expensive equipment.
The HDcctv Alliance technical committee was established to manage interface standards, which enable competition in the largest possible total market. Hundreds of technologists, product managers, and security industry executives have contributed since the early days of consumer HDTV to shaping the HDcctv standards and raising awareness about specialized technologies for HD CCTV local-site transport. All CCTV is at least HD these days, and the HDcctv Alliance has accomplished the goal of moving mainstream security to HD surveillance video.
Logos of past and present members, in chronological order of when they joined the Alliance.