At ISC West 2017, Bosch Security Systems says it’s introducing new intelligent devices, demonstrating the power of integrated security and communications solutions, and highlighting products and services to help customers increase revenue.
April 5, 2017 By SP&T Staff
A renewed portfolio of IP cameras is being revealed at the Las Vegas event, all featuring video analytics at the edge as a standard feature. The IP 4000i, IP 5000i, and IP 6000i fixed dome, box and bullet cameras provide indoor or outdoor, day or night, discrete or visible video security.
The new MIC IP fusion 9000i camera offers a “unique feature” in terms of video analytics: metadata fusion. It fuses the metadata of the camera’s built-in optical and thermal imager, providing users with full situational awareness regardless of the video stream that is being watched.
The company’s new portfolio of IP cameras includes the latest intelligent bitrate management techniques combined with H.265 compression to reduce bitrate by up to 80 per cent. The cameras also feature various software and hardware measures, such as a built-in Trusted Platform Module, to keep video data secure.
At the show, Bosch is also introducing In-Store Analytics, a Cloud-based solution that uses intelligent Bosch IP panoramic cameras to give retailers valuable insights on store traffic.
Bosch says it also continues to expand its family of wireless detectors for use in ZigBee compatible security and home automation systems. The portfolio now includes two motion detectors, a Pet Friendly PIR as well as the only ZigBee certified Pet Friendly TriTech on the market, using a combination of PIR and Doppler radar to minimize false alarms. A new door/window detector is also being launched as well as a new glass break detector.
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