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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.

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  • 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

Bosch Building Technologies along with four other security companies establish Open Security and Safety Alliance

Bosch Building Technologies, Hanwha Techwin, Milestone Systems, Pelco, and Vivotek Inc. jointly established the Open Security & Safety Alliance, Inc. This alliance is a non-profit, non-stock corporation that brings together likeminded organisations in order to outline specifications for a common standardised platform for security and safety solutions. “With this initiative, we set the foundation for the creation of a secure and reliable ecosystem for the security and safety industry that brings together hardware manufacturers, software developers, integrators, specifiers, consultants, users and many others,” says Tanja Rückert, President of Bosch Building Technologies. Collective approach for data security Bosch Building Technologies sees the importance of a shift in the market towards data-centric solutions, which deliver greater benefits to customersCollaboration and the definition of commonly agreed standards and specifications enables industry players to focus on the aspects that really add value for their customers and opens up new application possibilities. The current planned framework provides such standards and specifications for components including an industry-specific operating system, IoT infrastructure and a collective approach for data security and privacy. “The coming together of different industry stakeholders who appreciate the need for better standardisation and innovation in this market couldn’t come at a better moment. Our collective end users depend on us to drive this new way of working together. This is a great initiative for Bosch and other Alliance members, but ultimately the end users of security and safety solutions will be the biggest beneficiaries,” says Bernhard Schuster, Executive Vice President with responsibility for Sales and Marketing as well as Security and Safety Systems at Bosch Building Technologies. Data-centric solutions to benefit customers Bosch Building Technologies sees the importance of a shift in the market towards data-centric solutions, which deliver greater benefits to customers. The current market is lacking common standards, making such a shift impossible. The existence and usage of many proprietary systems make the practical use of data complex and challenging. “Standardisation, connectivity and seamless, cross-company integration is necessary if we want to provide innovative, IoT- and AI-based, data-driven solutions to our customers,” says Rückert. “This shift will require higher data security and privacy standards and should be consistently applied by all stakeholders. The alliance is the ideal forum to define these common standards.” Different stakeholders form the alliance The Alliance is open to players within the security and safety markets as well as companies of adjacent marketsThe establishment of the alliance by the five founding members – who are also forming its board – is the result of intense discussion and exchange of ideas with different companies active in video surveillance, access control, intrusion and building automation. The involved parties were ranging from manufacturers to component suppliers, software developers and integrators as well as distributors and current solution users. Currently, some 30 additional companies have already expressed an interest in joining the alliance. Ambarella, Anixter, AndroVideo, Kings Security and NetApp are the first early adopters who signed the membership. The Alliance is open to players within the security and safety markets as well as companies of adjacent markets. Ensuring an innovative IoT platform The Security and Safety Things GmbH (SAST), a recently founded start-up headquartered in Munich, will closely cooperate with the Open Security & Safety Alliance to ensure an innovative and compatible IoT platform for its members. SAST is creating a free operating system and a digital marketplace to deploy and manage software applications, initially for the security camera market. In future, SAST plans to extend the platform to additional IoT domains as well. SAST is set up as a wholly owned subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH and is part of the Bosch group’s strategic move into new, digital IoT-based growth areas. Going forward, SAST plans to win additional investors to further open up to external stakeholders, and to accelerate its ecosystem.

VIVOTEK joins Open Security & Safety Alliance to take IP surveillance to the next level

VIVOTEK, a global IP surveillance provider, announced that it has joined the new Open Security & Safety Alliance ('the Alliance'), a non-profit, non-stock corporation that brings members together to create a common standardised platform for security and safety solutions. VIVOTEK is one of five founding companies, joined by Bosch Building Technologies, Hanwha Techwin, Milestone Systems, and Pelco by Schneider Electric. Together, members will be working with the best common standards and specifications. They will also share guidelines for implementation to minimise integration efforts and lead IP surveillance industry to the next level. Encouraging the innovation In the past, surveillance solutions were isolated without a common standardised platform. Manufacturers and software developers therefore were forced to expend resources on making their systems compatible to one another. This drain on research and development limited the innovation through which real value for customers and users was created. To become the Eye in IoT is our vision, and we have foreseen the strong growth potential of AI and IoT" In establishing the Alliance, such a drain is greatly reduced and innovation will be further as the Alliance grows. Companies of any size that share the same values are welcome to join the Alliance and contribute their ideas and expertise. Providing users with latest AI technology Owen Chen, Chairman of VIVOTEK stated “To become the Eye in IoT is our vision, and we have foreseen the strong growth potential of AI and IoT. A common standardised platform for security and safety solutions is required to allow the industry to grow in this age. “Together in the Alliance, we are committed to combining different expertise across industries, and offering solutions in one common language for better results. Manufacturers or software developers can reach many more potential customers and create value added innovations beyond security and safety. Meanwhile users can enjoy up-to-date AI technology and discover more customer insights in smarter ways. It is a win-win collaboration for everyone in the ecosystem.”

Open Security and Safety Alliance provides a standard security platform to reputed security companies

The Open Security & Safety Alliance (‘the Alliance’) is a non-profit, non-stock corporation that brings together like-minded organisations in order to outline specifications for a common standardised platform for security and safety solutions which are accessible for everyone. The Alliance was formed in reaction to today’s market characterised by the continued evolution of the Internet of Things and the aggregation of data. Security and safety solutions are fragmented due to a lack of collaborative approach to common challenges including cyber security and common operating systems. This is holding back innovation and seamless integration. Many market players are competing on technical topics that do not necessarily make a significant difference for customers. The market needs a new direction, a framework that will enable the industry to focus on innovation and developments that add real value for customers. New application possibilities This framework will help the market and parties involved to focus on the aspects that really add value for their customers The Alliance brings together organisations that recognise the need for a new market direction and who are willing to contribute to the framework, providing standards and specifications for common components including an industry specific operating system, IoT infrastructure, collective approach for data security and privacy, and a drive for improved levels of performance. This framework will help the market and parties involved to focus on the aspects that really add value for their customers and open up new application possibilities, even beyond security and safety. The key tasks of the Alliance are: Create and promote the use of commonly-agreed standards, best practice and specifications. Address commonly-agreed challenges shared by the players in the industry, like data security and privacy. Enable market players to focus on innovative solutions which their customers find of higher value. Members will see accelerated innovation, more commercial opportunities, and an enhanced level of trust for security and safety solutions. Achieve mutual goals System integrators and distributors have been consulted to ensure that the Alliance covers the needs of all relevant parties Over the last year, the founding members have been working closely together and discussing with over 50 companies, varying from early adopters to established technology companies, to verify initial concepts. System integrators and distributors have been consulted to ensure that the Alliance covers the needs of all relevant parties. This initial input will help shape the standards and specifications that will eventually be consolidated in the Alliance framework. Starting off with the five founding members Bosch Building Technologies, Hanwha Techwin, Milestone Systems, Pelco by Schneider Electric and VIVOTEK Inc. and early adopters including Ambarella Inc., Anixter Inc., AndroVideo, Kings Security Systems Ltd and NetApp, the global alliance will focus on building standards, specifications, best practices, references and implementation guidelines. Together, the members of the Alliance can combine knowledge, expertise and experience in order to achieve mutual goals and create a new approach to the market.