OpenEye, the cloud video platform company, has added Bosch
to the OpenEye Web Services (OWS) ecosystem. Users can now leverage sensor and
alarm events from their Bosch intrusion panels to generate more actionable
alerts and operational intelligence.
“This integration enables our channel partners to deliver
greater value to clients by tying control panel events like intrusion alarms to
the associated video clip,” says Rick Sheppard, CEO of OpenEye. “This makes the event data produced by door
sensors, glass break protectors, motion sensors and smoke alarms is more
actionable from a business intelligence and life safety perspective.”
With the Bosch intrusion integration in OWS, users can expect:
- Real-time intrusion event notifications with quick link to video associated video
- More actionable alerts thanks to event thumbnails and door/area names included in alert details
- Video verification of intrusion evets for complete situational awareness
- Reduced false alerts by using panel armed state as part of alerts logic
- Faster and more intuitive video search
Bosch panels send intrusion event data over the LAN to a recorder, which then transmits it to the OWS cloud. The integration supports any Bosch Mode 2 compatible, including the B and G Series hardware. This integration requires specific OWS license levels.
Bosch is a global technology company based in Germany. Bosch provides solutions for a safe, secure and enjoyable building and offers a broad spectrum of services, from video surveillance to access control to break-in notification systems.
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