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LENSEC announces integration with Bosch’s intrusion panel

September 10, 2021SSN Staff

HOUSTON—LENSEC, a pioneer in video management software, has announced the integration of its Perspective Video Management Software (PVMS) with Bosch’s Intrusion Control Panels (B and G Series). This new partnership allows security operators to manage intrusion, fire, and access control systems while monitoring video surveillance cameras behind one pane of glass. Through the integration, operators can view events issued by the panel, such as gas, fire, and burglar alarms, and send...

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Bosch unveils new X series cameras

July 9, 2021SSN Staff

GRASBRUNN, Germany—Bosch has launched the new Flexidome IP starlight 8000i X series cameras offering 2- or 4-megapixel resolution, custom optics, next-level HDR (high dynamic range) X, and starlight X for enhanced image quality in scenes with low-light and fast-moving objects. The new starlight X technology helps to significantly improve image capture during the day. It excels in near-dark scenes, ensuring color images down to 0.0061 lux due to its custom optics, Bosch advanced image processing...

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Bosch introduces first cameras based on Inteox open camera platform

March 19, 2021SSN Staff

GRASBRUNN, Germany—Bosch has introduced the first cameras based on its Inteox open camera platform, the MIC Inteox 7100i. The new MIC inteox cameras share the same distinctive characteristics as the rest of the MIC camera family, such as robust housing and high-quality imaging, and support predictive solutions with machine learning, neural network-based video analytics, and third-party software apps for customized applications. These Inteox cameras can be classified as “Driven by...

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Bosch launches new human skin temperature detection solution

January 8, 2021SSN Staff

GRASBRUNN, Germany--Bosch has launched a human skin temperature detection solution that features built-in Artificial Intelligence (AI). The intelligent solution assists businesses to react to and predict possible unwanted situations. Data from the “Human Skin Temperature Detection solution” from Bosch provides actionable insights that can minimize illness spread by accurately identifying people with elevated skin temperature at checkpoints in office buildings, manufacturing plants,...

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Pivot3 platform to be Bosch VMS certified

August 11, 2020SSN Staff

LOUISVILLE, Colo.—Pivot3, a provider of intelligent infrastructure solutions for mission critical video, announced it is the first hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) platform to be certified with BVMS — the video management system from Bosch. “Bosch’s focus on resilience, reduced cost of ownership, and scalability address the business needs that enterprises such as airports, commercial buildings, manufacturing plants, and large entertainment complexes have,” said Mike Koponen,...

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Bosch launches first fully open camera platform

April 27, 2020SSN Staff

GRASBRUNN, Germany—Bosch announced the launch of INTEOX, a new camera platform designed to modernize the security and safety industry by giving users, system integrators and application developers unlimited freedom for innovation and customization.  The Internet of Things (IoT) presents new opportunities and Bosch is demonstrating that potential with INTEOX, combining build-in Intelligent Video Analytics from Bosch, a commonly used open OS and the ability to add software apps securely. This...

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I-View Now partners with COPS Monitoring

April 12, 2017Spencer Ives

HENDERSON, Nev.—I-View Now, a cloud-based video platform company based here, recently announced new capabilities with COPS Monitoring, Bosch, Hikvision and OpenEye.“We're very excited. COPS Monitoring is a very large wholesaler, and by releasing [OmniView], they're now going into video verification and really what we describe as central station monitoring video services,” Larry Folsom, president of I-View Now, told Security Systems News.OmniView, a service branded by COPS, is powered...

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Smart home presence up at CES 2017

January 11, 2017Paul Ragusa, Editor

LAS VEGAS—With the 2017 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show wrapping up on Sunday, it is always fun to see what technology trends are coming out of the show and how these will influence the security industry. Over the past few years, the smart or connected home has made its way into the fabric of the show, growing in size and presence each year. Many prominent companies in the industry made big announcements at the show this year, including some notable unveils from ADT, Vivint, Alarm.com,...

ADT, alarm.com, Bosch, CES 2017, Jeff Lyman, Nortek Security & Control, Steve Connor, TechSec 2017, Vivint, Z-Wave Alliance


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IoT, drones to drive wireless video surveillance market

October 28, 2015Spencer Ives

LONDON—The wireless video surveillance market will grow across the globe, according to market research firm Technavio, and IoT and drones will play a big role in that growth.“The global wireless video surveillance market is close to 21 percent CAGR [from] 2014 to 2019,” Technavio senior industry analyst, Amrita Choudhury told Security Systems News. Technavio estimated the global market's 2014 value at $399 million, rising to about $1.05 billion in 2019.The Americas, including North...

Amrita Choudhury, Axis, Bosch, Cisco, Drones, Hikvision, IoT, Security Systems News, TechNavio


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New tech, like the cloud, coming to central stations

July 15, 2015Spencer Ives

Even a few weeks past it, I'm still thinking about ESX and what resonated with me about some of the panels. One in particular, “Central Station Technology—The Latest and Greatest,”has kept me thinking. Panelists included Jay Hauhn, CSAA's executive director, Jens Kolind, VP of external partnerships for IBS, and Chris Larcinese, cloud-based services market manager in the Americas for Bosch Security Systems. Joe Miskulin, proprietary central station manager for State Farm, served...

Bosch, Chris Larcinese, cloud adoption, CSAA, ESX 2015, IBS, Jay Hauhn, Jens Kolind, Joe Miskulin, State Farm


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