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Discreet Domes From Bosch Gain ONVIF Compliance

Bosch Security Systems : 29 July, 2010  (New Product)
The IP Camera 200 Series of compact dome cameras from Bosch for use in discreet surveillance applications is now compliant with the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) emerging standard
Discreet Domes From Bosch Gain ONVIF Compliance
Bosch Security Systems is extending its IP Camera 200 Series with ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) compliant compact dome cameras. Compliance with the new ONVIF standard means the series offers full compatibility with other ONVIF surveillance products, providing users with greater freedom in specifying a system and helping them save on future upgrades or migration costs.

The series, which now includes four models, is easy to install and operate. Each camera comes with a Secure Digital (SD) flash memory card for storing days of recorded video without a connected PC. No technical expertise is required to set-up the cameras, customers simply insert the SD card, plug in the camera, and viewing and recording starts immediately. A single cable connection provides Power-over-Ethernet and handles viewing and recorded video. No additional equipment is required.

This solution can also be easily extended by connecting a video recorder, such as the Bosch Divar 700 Series, or an iSCSI server. Moreover, efficient H.264 image compression reduces the requirements for storage by up to 30 percent compared with traditional surveillance technology - an important cost-saving feature.

The cameras' dedicated surveillance software enables remote PC viewing of multiple cameras. Video can be archived for later use or to quickly locate specific events using a smart search facility. In addition, the cameras feature built-in motion, tamper and audio detection that can be used to trigger an action, such as setting off an alarm or increasing recording quality to capture extra details in a scene. Two-way audio capability allows operators to communicate with visitors or employees via the camera.

These all all-in-one solutions combine affordability with professional class CCTV performance that has become the hallmark of Bosch. They are thus ideal for small offices, retail shops, convenience stores, and classrooms.
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