The new DINION IP imager 9000 HD camera from Bosch Security Systems is especially designed for perimeter protection and the surveillance of critical infrastructures, such as power plants and water treatment facilities. These types of applications require robust and reliable IP video surveillance solutions that proactively guard the property’s fences day and night, regardless of weather and lighting conditions. The DINION IP imager 9000 HD has an extremely rugged design and built-in active infrared lighting to withstand harsh weather condition and penetrate darkness. Its unique features ensure that relevant objects of interest are captured with the highest level of detail possible through the Bosch specific intelligent Auto Exposure feature. And this is irrespective of any disturbing backlight or front light, while maintaining the lowest possible network burden benefiting from the intelligent Dynamic Image Noise Reduction feature reducing significantly the data bit rates and storage requirements.
Perimeter protection often struggles with fluctuating back and front light during the day. These fluctuations, caused by sunlight or other illuminated objects in the scene disturb video surveillance images. The Bosch Intelligent Auto Exposure feature (iAE) overcomes this challenge by automatically adjusting the camera’s settings to increase the dynamic range of the camera. As a result, iAE ensures that moving objects or those of interest are enhanced and can be easily identified. At night, the camera’s built-in active infrared lighting offers additional assistance, allowing objects up to 120 meters away to be detected even in complete darkness (0 lux). Overall, the Bosch DINION IP imager 9000 HD ensures that all relevant details are captured in highest quality thanks to its Bosch unique built-in technologies and full HD 1080p resolution day and night.
The Bosch unique integrated Intelligent Video Analysis package proactively supports security guards around the clock in focusing their attention on relevant incidents when something or someone breaches pre-defined alarm rules which can be set by the user.
Furthermore the Bosch Intelligent Video Analysis package (IVA), is ideal to also help securing unmanned facilities, such as petrol depots or pipelines. The Bosch camera continuously analyses the scene and automatically triggers alarms should one or more predefined rules be breached. In order to minimize the risk of false alarms, up to eight different IVA alarm rules can be combined and are active at the same time to provide a robust video surveillance solution. Security guards are notified when certain situations need their attention regardless of where they are. Since they cannot be everywhere or watch everything at the same time, IVA alerts can also be sent to mobile devices. Another advantage of IVA is that it adds sense and structure to IP video material in the form of metadata already being defined in the camera, allowing users to find relevant evidence among hours of recorded video quickly and easily within minutes or even seconds.
An ever-increasing need for image detail and in turn higher resolution, leads to a continuously growing amount of video data. As a result, IT infrastructures are often stretched to their maximum and system costs driven by data transmission and storage cost increase substantially. Especially storage capacity accounts for a large percentage of these costs. Consequently, it becomes apparent that cameras’ bitrates need to be managed and optimized to ensure a minimum of network burden and storage costs. As with all the other Bosch IP cameras, the DINION IP imager 9000 HD is equipped with intelligent Dynamic Image Noise Reduction (iDNR). This makes use of the fact that in video surveillance a lower bit rate is needed when there is little movement. iDNR continuously analyses the content of the scene, dynamically adjusting the bitrate depending on the amount of movement. In average scenes, this saves up to 30 percent on bitrate and thus storage requirements, while equally reducing the network strain by only using as much bandwidth as is needed. The camera has the capability to temporarily store data and decide through its embedded intelligence when data streams are being send through the network to the recording unit checking always for free network capacities.
The entire Bosch IP portfolio is designed to seamlessly integrate with software and recording solutions from Bosch and other vendors. Third-party integration is ensured by the ONVIF conformity of all Bosch IP cameras, as well as by the Integration Partner Program (IPP), which simplifies the interoperability of video surveillance products. The IPP portal provides access to a comprehensive library of software development tools, services, and information about compatible software and products.
More information is available from: ipp.boschsecurity.com.