|New Video Management Security System from Bosch|
New Video Management Security System from Bosch
Bosch Security Systems, known globally for their forward thinking and innovative approach to developing security systems, have released the latest version of their Video Management System (VMS).
The latest version of the successful VMS incorporates a closed-circuit TV installation system with total control of all traditional TV/video products as well as all Internet Protocol (IP) systems. This will make it possible for users to transmit their security data over their IP network, in addition to managing their digital audio and video over IP. The new system is integrated with the newest IP video cameras and encoders from Bosch Digital Video Recorders (DVR) and uses switches from the Bosch Allegiant family, thus ensuring it works with optimum security whilst keeping installation and operating costs at a minimum.
Bosch's pioneering Video Recording Manager (VRM), which manages direct-to-iSCSI recording, has also been incorporated into the new VMS. This should help to enhance the reliability of the system, as well as cutting costs further due to its sophisticated features, such as automatic failover and the automatic allocation of available storage within the unit. 2000 cameras can be managed by one VRM server, and more can be added if needed.
Further enhancements of the new VMS include the addition of Bosch's Intelligent Video Analysis (IVA) system, which includes colour filtering capabilities and alerts on various matters such as line crossings, changes in the attributes of an object and object trajectories. The IVA also features a search function that performs a forensic search on content analysis, presenting results in metadata format. These are simple text strings that depict precise image details and are stored along with the video images. This enables users to be able to run search queries in seconds.
The VMS can be set up and configured at any location, and where possible uses the network infrastructure present in most buildings, so removing special coax cabling work. The VMS is firewall friendly whilst being secure; only two definable open ports are required, and the latest .NET remoting technology is supported. In addition to this, system bandwidth can be efficiently used by employing multicast technology. Also, all commands are encrypted, which guards against hostile access to the unit.
The VMS comes with built-in management software, allowing the whole system to be configured at any PC on a given network. Integrated operator client software supplies the user with an easy to use interface for operational commands and system monitoring. This all works together to provide the customer with excellent flexibility and security.
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