From monitoring parks and arenas, to protecting museums from theft and damage, law enforcement and security professionals work hard to protect citizens and visitors. Due to the volume of people in public places, ensuring their safety can be a difficult task.
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. offers solutions that make the public safer, including closed circuit television (CCTV) systems that monitor crowds. Access control systems restrict locations to authorized personnel. Integration systems then pull all the systems together.
Harbour Authority of Salt Spring Island
The Harbour Authority of Salt Spring Island (HASSI) is a not-for-profit organization that operates, maintains and manages public fishing harbours. It also provides facilities and services to a wide variety of community and marine stakeholders. HASSI operates eight facilities in five harbours on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. These include Burgoyne Bay, Fulford Inner Harbour, Ganges Centennial Wharf, Ganges Kanaka Wharf, Musgrave Landing, Vesuvius Bay and the former Transport Docks at Fulford Outer Harbour and Ganges.
PETCO Park hits a homerun with its video surveillance solution
PETCO Park is an open-air ballpark in downtown San Diego, California. It opened in 2004 as the home park of Major League Baseball's San Diego Padres. It combines the best sight lines in baseball with breathtaking views of San Diego. Architecturally magnificent, it celebrates the sea, the sky, the natural beauty, cultural diversity and unique spirit of the San Diego area. Innovative design features evoke the timeless traditions of baseball in an intimate setting, with state-of-the-art fan amenities to suit every taste and budget.
Bosch IP Video Helps Protect Valuable Historical Artifacts
Arts and Exhibitions International (AEI) needed a sophisticated surveillance system that would be easy to deploy and manage. AEI also required the video solution to integrate with other systems that protect the more than 100 Egyptian national treasures from the tombs of King Tut and other famous pharaohs. Displayed objects include solid gold artifacts that had never been seen before in the United States prior to the exhibit's opening in Atlanta.
With overlapping video coverage, the new system exceeded the requirements of Premier Exhibitions technicians, who noted it rivaled the security of many of the major museums that had previously displayed the Titanic Exhibition.