At ISC West, Bosch will demonstrate integration of its cameras and technologies with security software solutions from Exacq, Genetec, Milestone Systems and OnSSI
Bosch will demonstrate its G Series control panel, Z-Wave home control gateway, IP cameras etc. at the event

Bosch Security Systems, Inc. delivers significant benefits to integrators and end users with new products that maximise security, safety and convenience. At ISC West 2015, Bosch will introduce the new G Series, a powerful multifunctional security control panel that provides combined UL intrusion and fire functionality along with door control and essential video surveillance functions for commercial applications. Bosch will also launch new intelligent IP surveillance solutions, and Cloud-based Services that enable central stations to tap into the growing video monitoring market. With these security solutions, Bosch offers innovative technology for connected systems.

“Customers need technology solutions that allow them to capitalise on key market trends, and increased connectivity is going to make a significant impact on the security industry in the future,” said Brian Wiser, President of Sales – North America, Bosch Security Systems, Inc. “End users want systems that are easier to use, seamlessly integrated, and accessible from mobile devices. Integrators need technology that gives them a competitive edge through more functionality and lower installation costs, which helps them to generate additional revenue streams. The answer to both demands is connected security systems, and Bosch continues to release new offerings to meet this growing need.”

Greater security and greater control – all-in-one system solution

Introducing the company’s most powerful control panel yet, the new G Series provides an integrated security solution for large commercial applications. Approved for combined UL commercial intrusion and fire applications, it also features integrated control of 32 doors with up to 2,000 card holders, direct IP video camera control, as well integration with Z-Wave smart home devices. The panels offer complete and flexible security solutions with only one system to learn, install and maintain. Users furthermore benefit from an integration with the Video Management System from Bosch, and a free app that provides remote system control and video viewing – all while experiencing a low total cost of ownership and intuitive operation. More information on the Remote Security Control app is available at

A range of compatible peripherals include the new Commercial Series intrusion detectors, which again raise the bar in commercial intrusion detection. These new detectors deliver excellent catch performance for all commercial and high-security applications, while minimising costly false alarms. Unique features available only from Bosch ensure accurate, reliable performance while speeding installation up to 25 percent. In addition, Bosch will show the industry’s first dual-technology wireless motion detector using ZigBee connectivity.

"The answer to both demands is connected security systems, and Bosch continues to release new offerings to meet this growing need”

Z-Wave home control gateway at ISC West

Expanding its offerings with solutions for the emerging smart home market, Bosch will also demonstrate its new Z-Wave Home Control Gateway at ISC West. The gateway allows integrators to connect G Series and B Series Control Panels from Bosch with a large variety of Z-Wave wireless devices – including lighting controls, door locks, temperature sensors, IP cameras and more – to provide their customers with automation and remote monitoring capabilities.

Intelligent IP video solutions

With the FLEXIDOME IP panoramic 7000 MP camera, Bosch launches a new multi-megapixel panoramic indoor camera which delivers the highest quality of IP video images available in the market. Built-in market-leading intelligent analytics, including i-LIDS primary detection system, ensure that relevant information is delivered efficiently whether for live viewing or post-event forensic analysis. Intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction (IDNR) ensures the highest quality of image is delivered to the user with the most efficient use of bandwidth. The new full 180-degree or 360-degree cameras deliver 12 megapixel sensor resolution at 30 frames per second, minimizing blinds spots and giving the user the bigger picture. FLEXIDOME IP panoramic 7000 MP is designed with the installer and user in mind. Its twist-click installation concept minimises commissioning time, and its low-profile form factor ensures it can be positioned discretely without impacting environmental aesthetics.

In addition, the DINION IP ultra 8000 MP camera with 4K ultra HD technology is now available with a choice of telephoto lenses up to 75 mm for long distance identification, which makes it ideal for facial recognition applications over longer distances at significantly lower system cost than standard solutions in the market. The camera is a perfect solution for stadiums and arenas, transportation terminals and other environments requiring large area surveillance. Intelligent Video Analysis (IVA) alerts users when pre-defined alarms are triggered. IVA technology from Bosch enriches a surveillance solution by adding sense and structure to video material already at the edge to ensure effortless forensic searches and minimal false alarms.

The comprehensive portfolio of IP cameras

Bosch also offers a comprehensive portfolio of IP cameras that make it easy for small and midsized organisations to set up professional surveillance solutions. And now, this portfolio includes the new FLEXIDOME IP panoramic 5000 MP camera. The lowest profile 360-degree dome design available on the market combines a five megapixel sensor resolution at 15 frames per second with a fish-eye lens to provide a complete overview, eliminate blind spots, and allow easy capture of moving objects indoors or outdoors.

Bosch IP cameras feature Content Based Imaging Technology (CBIT), which ensures the highest quality of relevant images anytime, anywhere

Expanding its range of motion control cameras, Bosch also launches new AUTODOME IP pan-tilt-zoom cameras to help operators locate, track and zoom in on details. With three new models, the company now offers a solution to meet every need and budget. The AUTODOME IP 4000 HD is designed for indoor applications that demand the right balance between aesthetics and performance. The AUTODOME IP 5000 HD is ideal for indoor or outdoor applications where HD object identification up to 190 meters and object detection of up to 1900 meters is required. Its superior privacy masking makes the AUTODOME IP 5000 HD ideal for monitoring public areas without compromising the privacy of individuals. The AUTODOME IP 5000 IR features a built-in intelligent IR beam to deliver the highest image clarity in extreme low light situations or even in complete darkness.

Content based imaging technology

Bosch IP cameras feature Content Based Imaging Technology (CBIT), which continuously and dynamically adjusts camera settings based on movement and light intensity to ensure the highest quality of relevant images anytime, anywhere. Intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction, a part of CBIT, lowers bitrate at the source by up to 50 percent, which significantly reduces storage costs and network strain without compromising video quality. Bosch IP cameras are also fully supported by Dynamic Transcoding technology. This ensures users stay connected with remote access to camera controls, live video streams, recordings, and HD images, regardless of available bandwidth.

The IP cameras work seamlessly with security software and recording solutions from Bosch and many other industry providers. This is backed by ONVIF conformance (Open Network Video Interface Forum) and the Integration Partner Program (IPP), which provides access to software development tools to easily integrate Bosch products with third-party systems. At ISC West, Bosch will demonstrate integration of its latest cameras and technologies with security software solutions from Exacq, Genetec, Milestone Systems and OnSSI.

The IP cameras work seamlessly with security software and recording solutions from Bosch and many other industry providers

Cloud-based Services

With new Cloud-based Services from Bosch, central monitoring stations can now take advantage of the growing trend of video monitoring. The Bosch solution brings state-of-the-art video surveillance to central monitoring stations while greatly reducing the costs and risks associated with new technology deployments. Partner central monitoring stations are able to provide remote video verification, video guard tours, and assistance and surveillance services to their dealers and their direct small and midsized business customers. The software as a service solution is hosted and maintained by Bosch – eliminating any upfront investment in software, servers or IT maintenance personnel – and is integrated with the alarm management platform.

The growing portfolio of products and systems offered by Bosch delivers maximum benefit for customers. See these intelligent solutions and much more from Bosch at ISC West booth #14051 or learn more about the products and technologies on display at

Share with LinkedIn Share with Twitter Share with Facebook Share with Facebook
Download PDF version

In case you missed it

Which security technology is most misunderstood, and why?
Which security technology is most misunderstood, and why?

The general public gets much of its understanding of security industry technology from watching movies and TV. However, there is a gap between reality and the fantasy world. Understanding of security technologies may also be shaped by news coverage, including expression of extreme or even exaggerated concerns about privacy. The first step in addressing any challenge is greater awareness, so we asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: Which security industry technology is most misunderstood by the general public and why?

Lessons Learned with Vanderbilt: How have you adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic?
Lessons Learned with Vanderbilt: How have you adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic?

With the postponement of tradeshows and events due to the effects of COVID-19, Vanderbilt and ComNet have taken their high quality, innovative solutions online, directly to their customer base. Through an Online Events and Training resource, you can stay connected with the brands’ top resources and products, as well as join upcoming product webinars hosted by their in-house experts. With a majority of the world currently working from home, businesses must respond to this changing landscape. As such, Vanderbilt and ComNet have turned to online resources to share new product demonstrations and other company news. One cornerstone of the ACRE brands approach was the launch of their Online Events and Training resource page. Ross Wilks, Head of Marketing Communications at Vanderbilt, credits this online resource as the anchor to their communicative success with customers at present. “Through weekly webinars delivered by our in-house experts, Vanderbilt and ComNet have embraced more virtual opportunities to continuously communicate to our customers regarding our latest and most relevant products,” he says. “To date, our webinars have covered a wide range of industry topics such as Why Physical Security and Cloud go together, and The most recent developments in card cloning and reader hacking. Attendance to these online events has proved popular and effective in keeping communication with our customer base open and engaging.” Each webinar ends with a Q&A section, as well as follow-up articles on the most asked questions, plus recordings of the webinars being made available to attendees. As such, the webinar approach has proven a receptive approach for Vanderbilt and ComNet. The Online Events and Training resource acts as a one-stop-shop for all virtual information. Overall, the page outlines the brands’ value-added resources for customers, including the ability to request a remote product demonstration, the availability of free online training, 24/7 access to the Vanderbilt webshop, plus the aforementioned weekly webinars. Vanderbilt and ComNet’s business mantra is built on a foundation of customer-focused core values such as empowerment, collaboration, and high performance and Wilks credits this mentality with their ability to keep information flowing to their base during the present pandemic. “The ACRE brands moved early to kick-start online webinars and ramp up awareness of their already existing online training and shopping options. Now more than ever, it is important to keep customers up to date on the latest offerings,” Wilks explains. “Our commitment has always been to make their customer’s security journey the best possible experience, and that is what this Online Events and Learning page primarily focuses on,” he concludes.

What’s new with video management systems (VMS)?
What’s new with video management systems (VMS)?

Video management systems (VMS) have been around almost since the advent of IP cameras. During those years, VMSs have evolved from software that provides basic functionality to more user-friendly systems offering a growing list of capabilities, many of them related to analysing data as well as recording and displaying video. But the evolution is far from over. We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: What’s new with video management systems (VMS), and what are the new opportunities?