Bosch Launches New Portfolio of IP Cameras
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In today’s dynamic world, there isn’t a one-size fits-all video security solution. From retail to industrial, each business has unique requirements for video surveillance solution. A smart combination of the cameras offers solutions beyond security and to help users to make more informed business decisions to increase customer experience and their return on investment.

Bosch launches a new range of fixed dome, bullet and box cameras from the new IP 4000i, 5000i and 6000 series offer resolutions up to 5 megapixel and low-light solutions like Bosch’s starlight technology. Next to that, these cameras now have Essential Video Analytics on board as standard.

With video analytics, this means valuable data can be retrieved quickly from hours of stored video and you are alerted whenever it’s needed, providing improved levels of security 24/7. However, it doesn’t end there. In addition to advanced intrusion and automatic detection with timely alerts, it enables users to go beyond security and use video data to make more informed business decisions. For example, gathering business statistics such as counting the number of people entering or leaving the store while securing the main entrance or using video data to help enforce health and safety regulations. Triggering automatic alerts in case the number of people in a queue exceeds a certain level to improve service levels or identifying patterns in customer activity to optimise store layout and improve customer experience and sales, making these cameras perfect for small and medium businesses.

To ensure that captured video data meet the highest level of relevancy, the video analytics capabilities of these cameras need to go hand in hand with sufficient image quality. The cameras are available in a range of resolutions from 720p up to 5 megapixel with up to 60 frames per second. In challenging lighting conditions, the new fixed box and dome cameras offer Bosch’s starlight technology. This is combined with 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second to provide crisp and detailed color images in extreme low-light situations. This enables users to make use of the camera’s full video analytics capabilities, like color filtering, even in scenes with minimum ambient light. It substantially improves the levels of security and enables new opportunity to use. When light levels drop to zero, the cameras can offer a built-in infrared illuminator to allow users to detect objects (up to 30m) in complete darkness. With a High Dynamic Range these cameras ensure perfect exposure of (moving) objects - even in challenging, unevenly-lit scenes.

Bosch constantly pushes the boundaries of technology to develop intelligent solutions that go beyond the highest security demands of today and deliver clear business advantages. As the customers expect from Bosch, all new IP 4000i, 5000i and 6000 cameras are simple to understand, easy to install, offer outstanding quality.