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08/01/2020

Bosch 3000i includes analytics as standard

The Bosch IP 3000i cameras offer something that the company says the market has never seen before in such competitively-priced cameras; built-in Essential Video Analytics as standard.

This opens up new possibilities for IoT applications and smart data capture that help to improve security and even go beyond it with video analytics features such as detecting blocked emergency exits or queue notification. Smart solutions that until now, have not been available to customers looking for a cost-effective video surveillance solution.

Previously, built-in intelligence was only available from the IP 4000i range and above. But, true to the Bosch philosophy of offering intelligent systems for everyone, applications suitable for such cameras can now also benefit from solutions that go beyond security and obtain valuable data for business intelligence.

Essential Video Analytics is ideally suited to these smaller applications because it can be used for advanced intrusion detection such as identifying a person entering a pre-defined field, loitering, or leaving an object behind.

Another use case for Essential Video Analytics is it can be used to enforce detected blocked exits or analyse behaviour including people counting which can be used to improve customer service. So in addition to a competitive price tag, IP 3000i cameras add even more value for businesses.

The IP 3000i portfolio includes a range of four form factors that are highly affordable. It offers complete flexibility for everyday surveillance in standalone installations such as small retail stores or for general surveillance in commercial buildings, offices and banks.


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