Friday, June 28, 2013
Thursday, June 27, 2013
It features a step-by-step wizard of available camera types and accessory options, installation wizards to calculate precise license plate capture distances and a product part number summary list. Get the app at http://bit.ly/10EbUTH
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
The videos are available on our Integration Partner Program web portal. Find them here - http://bit.ly/107S2pD.
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Innovative technology found in our HD IP cameras can effectively reduce network bandwidth requirements and subsequent storage costs, while maintaining high quality and detailed images. Read the white paper to learn more - http://bit.ly/19nNjTe.
Monday, June 24, 2013
Friday, June 21, 2013
Thursday, June 20, 2013
Bosch awards Intelligent Access Systems and Photoscan Security Systems as top purchasers through PSA
Intelligent Access Systems (IAS) is a premier security systems integrator headquartered in Raleigh, NC. Formed in 2004, IAS has grown and extended its footprint for customers throughout the east coast with regional offices in Atlanta, Richmond, Pittsburgh, Canton, Jacksonville and Tampa. IAS provides its clients with technology-driven security solutions designed to meet its client’s needs and desires.
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Monday, June 17, 2013
Bosch video surveillance and evacuation system enhances safety on the new driverless metro line in Milan
The main tasks of the surveillance and evacuation solution were to provide video monitoring and passenger movement control on trains and in stations. This included providing public information while guaranteeing increased passenger control and safety, as well as the management of any system alarms and diagnostics together with continuous event recording.
Ansaldo STS, who was in charge of designing the video surveillance and public address system, supported by System integrator Tyco, chose to address the challenge with equipment from Bosch Security Systems, whose solutions have been adopted worldwide. This resulted in the installation of 400 vandal resistant FlexiDome cameras, 10-bit digital processing technology, video and audio signal transmission encoders, as well as ten iSCSI storage units. The Praesideo system was selected as the evacuation component and installed in each station, connected via LAN. All sub-systems operate independently, even in the event of a network failure or other outage, providing maximum operability and thus maximum security. Finally, all the systems supplied by Bosch were integrated via a software development kit (SDK) in the control room to form one complete solution.
This means that Milan’s fully automated M5 line can be controlled by a single operations center, which processes all the information centrally. The center is able to issue all the necessary commands to ensure the correct functioning of the line, the safety of the passengers, timely maintenance measures, and the optimum use of operational personnel (mobile agents). As a result, the Italian city can rely on modern, LAN-based security technology for intelligent traffic control coupled with the highest standard of safety.
Friday, June 14, 2013
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
We've created a new inside sales team to better service our customers with a more pro-active and focused approach. The team of 12 associates is dedicated to working closely with customers to help them create high-quality solutions using products from our broad portfolio of systems for communications, video surveillance, access control, and intrusion and fire detection.
“Bosch is introducing new products at a rapid pace, and the inside sales team is helping to make customers aware of the tremendous value these innovative solutions can bring to them and their clients,” said Jim Musshafen, director of sales operations. “This group is unique among security industry manufacturers and demonstrates how Bosch is continually evolving to lead in the service and support offerings we provide our dealers.”Responsible for both inside sales and pre-sales activities, the team, based in Fairport, NY, is assisting our field-based sales team with the support of dealers across North America. The group is expected to help increase customer satisfaction and to enhance sales to both small and mid-sized dealers.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Monday, June 10, 2013
The performance of the DS150i Series and DS160 Series Request-to-exit Detectors continues to exceed the rigorous demands of their applications. Improvements in the design of the products made in recent years resulted in a 40% increase in reliability—helping to reduce service calls once the detectors are installed. These popular detectors now include built-in spike protection, which eliminates the need to add a separate module to prevent significant voltage spikes on the relay contact. This feature, along with the use of dip switches that make con-figuration easier and an auto-sensing 12 to 24 volt voltage regulator, reduces installation complexity—improving the efficiency of technicians in the field.
The DS150i and DS160 devices detect motion in their coverage area and signal an access control system or door control device. They can be used with single or double doors and are wall or ceiling mountable.
To learn more about our request-to-exit detectors, visit http://bit.ly/15HkajZ
Friday, June 7, 2013
Thursday, June 6, 2013
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
All three modules make use of the same FLEXIDOME design, providing a unique freedom of choice and unified aesthetic for the latest in video security installations. In addition, the cameras feature Content-Based Imaging Technology (CBIT), a Bosch innovation that provides intelligent dynamic image optimization. The CBIT-enabled cameras include two special modes: intelligent Auto Exposure (iAE), which results in optimal details for objects of interest, and intelligent dynamic noise reduction (iDNR) that lowers bandwidth requirements by up to 30% compared to other cameras.
For ease of use, the new FLEXIDOME HD VR is equipped with an automatic varifocal (AVF) lens. This significantly simplifies and halves the installation time, since several cameras can be focused and zoomed remotely from the comfort of the control room. Furthermore, the AVF lens fully exploits the high sensor resolutions available with Bosch super resolution lenses. The cameras’ design supports 90-degree horizontal viewing and a full range of mounting options.
“The FLEXIDOME HD VR completes our portfolio of HD Security Breakthrough Cameras,” explains Rob Bertens, Product Manager Video Systems. “It clearly represents a significant step forward in terms of design, image quality, ease of installation, and operation.”Alongside its advances in operation and aesthetics, the new FLEXIDOME cameras are hybrid systems, supporting connections to existing analog devices and systems, including spot monitors. They allow for a gradual migration from analog systems to high-tech IP solutions.
The FLEXIDOME HD VR works seamlessly with the Bosch transcoding technology as implemented in the Video Management System, the Video Client as well as in other storage solutions from Bosch. Video streams can be viewed from an iPad, browser, or the free Viewing Client from Bosch. This makes the cameras ideal for applications in retail stores, restaurants, casinos, airports and public transport.
Bosch’s IP standard- and high-definition cameras, encoders and analytics are ONVIF conformant and compatible with software and storage solutions from third-party integrators. This is supported by the Integration Partner Program, which gives partners immediate access to online tools for easy integration. Additional information on the Bosch Integration Partner Program is available at ipp.boschsecurity.com.
For more information on the new FLEXIDOME HD VR family of cameras, visit http://bit.ly/18S5ZwW