Published on 17 August, 2011
Bosch Security Systems has taken the drastic step of including a hologram on its new series of CCS 900 Ultro Discussion Systems after recent evidence to suggest that ‘fake’ units manufactured in the Far East were being passed off as the genuine article.
Paul Wong, Managing Director of Bosch Security Systems in the UK, says that its Ultro range had been particularly targeted, and that there was the real potential for customers to be ‘duped’ into buying the wrong product: “It is disappointing to have had to take such a step,” he says, “but our customers must be assured that if it says Bosch on the product, then it is true Bosch technology inside.”
Bosch introduced the CCS 900 Ultro all-in-one Discussion System primarily for small to medium sized meeting areas such as town halls, local business centres and courtrooms. It offers a host of design features that make it easy to manage meetings, including an advanced new patent-pending “Possible-To-Speak” function which gives a visual indication of when the microphone is available for a delegate to take the floor. Users can listen to proceedings and easily participate directly in discussions. The system also offers superior speech intelligibility thanks to Bosch’s proprietary DAFS (Digital Acoustic Feedback Suppressor) technology, which has been proven over many years in the company’s conferencing and public address systems.