Continuing its growth trajectory with innovative products, Bosch Security Systems held a state-of-the-art CCTV road show in on Intelligent IP Video Surveillance
Continuing its growth trajectory with innovative products, Bosch Security Systems, a division of Bosch Limited, held a state-of-the-art CCTV road show in on Intelligent IP Video Surveillance. Showcasing the latest solutions in Day/Night IR cameras, Thermal Cameras, Bosch VMS (Video Management Software) and advanced Video Content Analysis. This two-day road show featured live product demonstrations, presentations and training.
Bosch Security Systems is the single most popular supplier of security, safety and communication products, offering systems and solutions in the area of video surveillance, access control, intrusion, fire-alarms, public address, congress and professional sound systems. These solutions are used in a wide range of applications such as banks, retail stores, city surveillance, prisons, railway stations, airports and commercial complexes.
The recently acquired Canadian company Extreme CCTV was also introduced during the event. Extreme CCTV is a leading manufacturer and supplier of active infrared illuminators, integrated day/night cameras with active illuminations and hardened imaging products for use in extreme environments. Its product range also includes systems for license plate capture and recognition. The company has three well known brands: Extreme, Forward Vision, and Derwent.
With the introduction of “Intelligent Video Analysis” Bosch CCTV technology has made great leaps into the future of video surveillance. The products are compatible with existing components, giving customers the advantage of IP Video benefits – wireless access anywhere on the network, reduced storage costs, provision of a backup storage system in case of failure, excellent video quality and scalability for enlarging a CCTV system.
“An End to End Video Surveillance solution from Bosch ensures the highest quality intelligent video under any environmental and lighting condition” added Dhiraj Wali, Vice President, Bosch Security Systems.