The OpenIPC is an alternative firmware for IP cameras and a kind of umbrella for other projects that are components of our system.
The OpenIPC is a Linux operating system based on Buildroot/OpenWrt projects and targeting IP cameras with chipsets from different vendors, starting with Goke GK72xx, HiSilicon Hi35xx, SigmaStar SSC33x, and XiongmaiTech XM5xx.
Everyone is welcome to use/contribute to the project in any way they find useful!
We would be grateful for any feedback and suggestions.
|Dmitry Ilyin||co-founder and main participant of the OpenIPC project||ipctool, majestic, mini, motors|
|Dmitry Ermakov||main participant||coupler, firmware, ipctool|
|Igor Zalatov||project founder and development coordinator||chaos_calmer, firmware, wiki|
|Ivan Pozdeev||developer||microbe-web, yaml-cli|
|Maxim Chertov||co-founder of the OpenIPC project||chaos_calmer, ipctool, mini|
|Paul Philippov||main participant||microbe-web|
|Sergey Sharshunov||co-founder of the OpenIPC project||chaos_calmer, burn|
|Temirkhan Myrzamadi||main participant||smolrtsp|
|Vasiliy Yakovlev||general facilitator|
OpenIPC offers two levels of support.
Please consider subscribing for paid commercial support if you intend to use our product for business. As a paid customer, you will get technical support and maintenance services directly from our skilled team. Your bug reports and feature requests will get prioritized attention and expedited solutions. It’s a win-win strategy for both parties, that would contribute to the stability your business, and help core developers to work on the project full-time.
If you have any specific questions concerning our project, feel free to contact us.
If you like what we do, and willing to intensify the development, please consider participating.
You can improve existing code and send us patches. You can add new features missing from our code.
You can help us to write a better documentation, proofread and correct our websites.
You can just donate some money to cover the cost of development and long-term maintaining of what we believe is going to be the most stable, flexible, and open IP Network Camera Framework for users like yourself.
You can make a financial contribution to the project at Open Collective.