Meta, Bosch and nearly three dozen other companies have recently joined the MPC Alliance. The influx of new members elevates the organization’s membership to 59 as the cryptographic privacy and security technology gains more support across a range of industries. The MPC Alliance is a non-profit established to increase awareness and promote adoption of the privacy-enhancing technology.
Azena has announced upgrades to its open platform for smart cameras that offer new integration capabilities for smart cameras into existing video surveillance systems and tools for more efficient device management for systems integrators. With this deeper functionality, integrators using the Azena platform and the AI-enabled video analytics from the Azena Application Store, have wider control over large groups of devices, apps, and configurations running on their customers’ smart cameras with the Azena Operating System.
Bosch has expanded the Inteox open camera portfolio with the addition of two fixed cameras: The Flexidome and Dinion inteox 7100i IR cameras. The AI-powered cameras bring a new level of efficiency to a variety of indoor and outdoor applications for city surveillance, airports, government, and traffic. In partnership with video management solutions provider Milestone Systems, Bosch offers full integration into the Milestone XProtect suite of security solutions to meet the most advanced safety and security requirements of many applications.
At ISC West – March 23 – 25, 2022 in booth 11053, Bosch will showcase new products, services, and software for creating customized solutions that enhance security, improve safety, and deliver data for business insights. Booth visitors will experience deep neural network-based video analytics, a new Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) offering, the first combination intrusion and fire control panel that connects with a public address system, and the latest version of Access Management System from Bosch. An immersive solutions area will also provide interactive demonstrations of integrated systems that address challenges often faced by end users.
Security and Safety Things GmbH is pleased to announce the three winners of its second App Challenge, a contest to spur creative development in video analytic applications. The winning apps were chosen from a pool of more than 30 proposals for solutions that addressed specific security and business use cases in the retail, transportation, stadiums and entertainment, and healthcare verticals.
Bosch introduces the first cameras based on its Inteox open camera platform starting with 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 OSSA.”
LenelS2 announced a strategic agreement with Bosch Building Technologies to resell Bosch IP cameras in North America and Europe. As a result of the agreement, end-users will have access to the complete Bosch IP camera portfolio through LenelS2’s Value-Added Resellers. The Bosch IP camera portfolio integrates with all LenelS2 video management solutions to enhance critical video analytics capabilities that help protect people and assets and optimize building health and efficiency.
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, and airports.
The latest release of Intelligent Insights from Bosch offers a software widget update that supports safe social distancing. Intelligent Insights is an AIoT video software solution that combines the connectivity of physical products with the application of AI, giving customers the power to predict based on live and historical data. Intelligent Insights taps data from Bosch video cameras with built-in AI and pulls it into a single dashboard to support informed decision-making before a potential situation occurs.
One of the largest public train operators in the United Kingdom, Southeastern Rail Network, now relies on a smart video security solution from Bosch to secure twelve train depots, including five unmanned locations, against theft and intrusion. The fully digital video surveillance system presents a significant upgrade to the British train operating company, which provides train services between London, Kent and parts of East Sussex and transports 640,000 passengers each weekday on its 392 trains.
Pivot3 announced it is the first hyperconverged infrastructure platform to be certified with BVMS – the video management system from Bosch. This certification enables organizations using BVMS to realize additional improvements in economics, simplicity, and agility in their physical security environments that only Pivot3’s video-optimized infrastructure can offer. Pivot3’s HCI surveillance solution is the industry’s only hyperconverged infrastructure designed specifically for the unique demands of video workloads.
Today’s market wants access control systems that are always available, scalable, and integrated with other security solutions like video and intrusion systems to ensure the highest security and safety levels. At the same time, these systems must be easy to configure and use. With the introduction of the Access Management System 3.0, Bosch meets all of these requirements. Access Management System 3.0 is designed to be available at all times.
With a new version of its video-based fire detection system AVIOTEC IP starlight 8000, Bosch Building Technologies now enables the early detection of fires with cameras, even in low light conditions. Both flames and smoke are reliably detected down to an ambient lighting level of 2 lux. For this purpose, Bosch has extended its proven video analytics in the camera by artificial intelligence, which processes the results of more than 20 algorithms and makes an alarm decision on this basis.
Genetec announced that Firmware Vault, the industry’s first camera firmware update service developed by an open architecture VMS vendor, now supports cameras from Axis, Bosch, and Panasonic in addition to existing support for Hanwha Techwin cameras. Designed to help IT administrators and systems integrators stay up to date with the latest camera firmware, Firmware Vault helps organizations ensure they have the latest protection from the manufacturer against cyber threats.
Bosch customers to have access to award-winning ALPR and vehicle recognition solution. PlateSmart Technologies has added yet another major VMS brand to its portfolio of integrations. The company announced its flagship enterprise automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) and vehicle recognition solution — PlateSmart ARES — is now integrated with the Bosch Video Management System (BVMS).
Security and Safety Things GmbH is returning to CES in 2020 as a partner in the Bosch booth. The company will demonstrate an open IoT ecosystem for security cameras that enables innovative applications, combining Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. These applications, provided by third-party development partners, offer actionable insights and intelligence to building and site managers, as well as operators in a variety of different verticals.
Fortem Technologies announced a partnership with Bosch to incorporate Bosch’s high-resolution cameras with built-in video analytics capabilities with the Fortem SkyDome airspace awareness platform. Fortem has deployed several Bosch-enabled SkyDome systems for international customer infrastructures, some of which are for the world’s largest sporting events and venues, to protect from careless, clueless or malicious drone flights.
Genetec announced that Stratocast, its cloud-based video surveillance-as-a-service (VSaaS), powered by the Microsoft Azure cloud-computing platform, now supports new camera models from Bosch, MOBOTIX and EUKLIS. Stratocast is designed to meet the needs of organizations that require a reliable and cost-effective video surveillance solution without the expenses and complexities typically associated with installing and managing on-premises surveillance systems.
At GSX 2019, Bosch will announce a significant expansion of its video portfolio with the introduction of more than 50 new products, including fixed and moving cameras, and recording and management solutions. Bosch now offers intelligent video solutions for all segments of the security market – from those that need simple, cost-effective surveillance to those that demand the highest performance in all lighting and environmental conditions.
Motorsport and running events, driving safety courses, and open-air concerts: the Hockenheimring south of Mannheim, Germany spans nearly 97 hectares with a motor racing circuit length of nearly five kilometers. The grandstands have room for 120,000 spectators, and they will once again be filled to capacity when fans crowd in to watch the big motor racings. The Hockenheimring welcomes more than 700,000 visitors a year.