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Bosch Security Systems Overview:

We are committed to being an innovative, customer-oriented, and global supplier of security and communications products and systems, offering high quality solutions and excellent service to customers.

Bosch Security offers CCTV, Intrusion systems, Congress, Public Address, Social Alarm, Paging and IP Network Video to meet the dynamic needs of the security industry.

Bosch Security Systems also offers application support for architects and engineers specifying our products.  Our helpful technical support experts are always available to provide assistance should there be a need.   We offer Training in our demonstration suite covering the entire product range and offer Short ½ day courses for staff in sales and support including help desk personnel, project team, consultants etc.  Longer 1-day courses give more in-depth product training for specifiers, installers, project management teams and other specialists needing to know how to design, install, configure and support systems. 

At Bosch Security Systems, we proudly offer security you can rely on.

  • Products
  • CCTV
  • Intrusion systems
  • Congress
  • Public Address
  • Social Alarm
  • Paging
  • IP Network Video
  • Access Control
  • Industries
  • Airports
  • Aerospace
  • Retail
  • Healthcare
  • Hospitality
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Transport
  • Banking
  • IT

Bosch Security Systems news

Connected Technologies’ Connect ONE facilitates integrated security management

Connected Technologies LLC is the creator of the Connect ONE cloud-hosted security management platform, which integrates security, access control, mobile credential access, video and critical environmental monitoring in a single solution. Connect ONE interfaces with the complete line of Bosch Security, DMP, Elk Products and Honeywell Turbo controls and provides an easy way to add managed services through its cloud offering. The company provides numerous free, value-added services to its dealer customers, and it’s simply the firm’s philosophy of serving the dealer. For example, Connected Technologies will host webinars for the dealer’s sales team and even help talk with the prospect—so they can all understand the value and simplicity of the Connect ONE integrated interface—and provides vertical market demos to close more sales. Connected Technologies is highly receptive to the needs of dealers in the field, taking suggestions and modifications and putting them to action. It’s that kind of service you rarely get from other manufacturers.

Bosch provides Cancun Airport with expanded video security system

It is Mexico's second busiest airport, after Mexico City, but the biggest for international passengers: Cancun Airport, situated on the Caribbean coast of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula, serving a growing number of visitors coming from all over the world to visit Cancun’s Maya heritage or to enjoy the beautiful beaches. The number of passengers has been growing quickly, from 7 million in 1999 to approximately 23 million annually today. To handle the growing number of passengers, a fourth terminal has been put into operation this year, making it Mexico’s only airport with four terminals. With the number of visitors increasing sharply, passenger safety and security has become more demanding and has required a comprehensive new security solution. Airport Operator ASUR decided to redesign video security to have one system operating across all 4 terminals Redesign of video security system That is why Airport Operator ASUR decided to redesign video security to have one system operating across all 4 terminals. Bosch was selected not only to equip the new Terminal 4 with video cameras but also to integrate the existing video security systems of Terminals 1, 2, and 3 into one comprehensive video surveillance solution which could be managed centrally from one unified platform. In Terminal 4, nearly 600 cameras of different series and types have been installed to cover the specific needs of the different areas both inside and outside the terminal. The cameras are used for a wide range of applications: inside the building they monitor the security and baggage check, the waiting areas, the offices and flight tower as well as the convenience stores; outside the terminals they check the airport perimeter areas and all access points to the airport as well as the airfield and runway. Bosch Video Management System serves as the joint platform to centrally manage a total of almost 1,800 cameras across the 4 terminals Integrated into one video security solution Fulfilling a key requirement set by Airport Operator ASUR, all new cameras in Terminal 4 are integrated into one video security solution that includes the existing cameras of Terminals 1 to 3. The Bosch Video Management System (BVMS) serves as the joint platform to centrally manage a total of almost 1,800 cameras across the 4 terminals, including their recordings. The video streams of all cameras are safely stored on multiple Bosch DIVAR IP network video recording units with a total of 92 terabytes of available storage capacity. For reliable and easy management of the large data volumes, the video security solution includes four Video Recording Managers (VRM) from Bosch. The Video Recording Managers enable the cameras to stream relevant video data directly to the available DIVAR IP storage devices without the use of network servers. This saves costs and server maintenance while eliminating a possible single point of failure, thus increasing reliability. The available storage capacity is used most efficiently because the VRMs automatically balance the video stream load to the free storage volumes. Less redundant storage is required and it is easier to respect retention times with a minimal risk of overwriting. Cancun Airport uses a central monitoring center, manned with 10 security managers around the clock Central monitoring centre Cancun Airport uses a central monitoring centre, manned with 10 security managers around the clock. Every security manager has a screen that shows video captured by up to 25 cameras. To monitor the video cameras, security personnel can select camera positions manually, or they are automatically notified by alarms in the event of predefined alarm rules being breached based on the cameras’ built-in video analytics or motion detection.

SCTX 2018 announces the launch of Integrated Security Showcase with live security operations centre

Organisers of Security & Counter Terror Expo, the UK’s leading national security event, have announced the launch of a unique live technology showcase at its 2018 event. The Integrated Security Showcase will feature a live security operations centre where visitors can see innovative technologies, solutions and services in action, helping them to identify unique solutions that can be used in a variety of installations to tackle the latest security threats. A carefully curated array of products will be displayed in the area, with facial recognition, hostile vehicle identification, cyber threat mitigation, intrusion detection, perimeter protection, CCTV, video surveillance and biometric solutions all working in harmony. Among the suppliers taking part in the new Integrated Security Showcase are Bosch Security Systems, Custom Consoles, HARP Visual Communication Solutions, Frontier Pitts, Warrior Doors, Technocover, Fast Lane Turnstiles and Zenus Biometrics, who will each unveil their latest technologies, solutions and services.Chemring Technology Solutions will show visitors how its VehicleScan technology can identify foreign objects concealed under vehicles Communal entrance and high security doors systems Warrior Doors will bring its market leading, communal entrance and high security doors systems to the new show feature, while Zenus Biometrics’ facial authentication software will show visitors how its facial recognition can be easily integrated with existing hardware to offer the fastest and easiest check-in solution by identifying key personnel by searching a database of faces in real-time. Custom Consoles will demonstrate its security control room desks and video monitor mounting systems. The manufacturer of project-specific and modular broadcast, process-control and security furniture will provide one of its SteelBase control desks for use within the showcase, which can be easily configured to provide an ergonomically efficient working environment for any size of control room. Harp Visual Communications Solutions’ complex audio-visual solutions will also be on display, with the company demonstrating how multiple image sources can be integrated and displayed on one continuous screen surface – all processed through its own video wall processor, MERLIN. Bosch Security Systems will provide its video management and CCTV systems Also joining the Integrated Security Showcase, Bosch Security Systems – a global supplier of technology and services – will provide its video management and CCTV systems, while Fast Lane Turnstiles will introduce its high-tech entrance control systems for pedestrian throughput. Revealing how security professionals can defend and prevent threats from unauthorised drones, Drone Detection Systems will demonstrate its drone detection and intervention solutions, designed to detect all type of civilian drones (RPAS, UAS). In addition, Technocover will supply a cutaway mesh cage unit to emphasise the benefits of physical security access solutions, used to protect specific assets, Frontier Pitts will underline the essential role its security barriers play in regulating and restricting vehicle access, and Chemring Technology Solutions will show visitors how its VehicleScan technology can identify foreign objects concealed under vehicles.Frontier Pitts will underline the essential role its security barriers play in regulating and restricting vehicle access This new feature is to educate security system integrators Speaking about the Integrated Security Showcase, David Thompson, Event Director, Security and Counter Terror Expo, said: “This new feature is a unique, interactive learning environment designed to educate security system integrators, architects, consultants and end users looking to protect and secure critical assets from potential threats. It will offer exhibitors a chance to reveal the latest technologies live to an audience of senior buyers, while offering visitors a unique insight into real-time operations and the chance to discuss the ever-evolving range of threats, operational strategies and technologies to shape future policy.” The Security & Counter Terror Expo (SCTX) will run from 6-7 March 2018 and will also include a number of networking events.