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March Networks integrates Bosch IP cameras with Command VMS

March Networks says that its Command video management system (VMS) software is fully integrated with the Bosch line of advanced video surveillance cameras.

December 4, 2012  By Staff

The company says that the certified integration provides March Networks Command systems integrators and customers with additional flexibility when selecting a suitable solution for their needs, and simplifies and speeds deployments.

This integration with Bosch’s 5.50 API IP cameras includes out-of-the-box support for features such as audio capture, H.264 and M-JPEG video compression, motion detection, physical alarms and robust I/O and PTZ control.

“We are pleased that March Networks has completed the implementation of our latest firmware, which enables their partners and customers to transparently select any of our latest cameras,” said Rudolf Spielberger, head of Bosch’s Integration Partner Program, in a statement. “That includes a broad range of SD and HD cameras for everyday needs from our Advantage Line range, and specialized cameras such as the Autodome 800 HD camera and the new Dinion HDR camera with unprecedented light sensitivity.”

March says that the Command software is able to support surveillance system configuration and administration – in addition to live and archived video access – via a browser-based client interface. It includes key features such as mass configuration, alarm monitoring and management, real-time alerting with handling and acknowledgment procedures, and one-click access to associated camera views and alarm playback. A  text overlay capability allows organizations to configure, view and export superimposed retail point-of-sale, licence plate or other text data onto associated video.


“This collaboration offers both Bosch and March Networks customers a superior, end-to-end solution that’s easy to deploy and manage,” said Net Payne, Chief Marketing Officer, March Networks, in a statement. “It affirms our commitment to open, standards-based systems and broadens the addressable markets for our award-winning Command VMS.”

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