Bosch Enhances GVS1000 Long-Range Imaging System

Users can see fine details at 1 kilometer.
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Bosch Security Systems has announced a new configuration for its GVS1000 long-range active-infrared system that facilitates easier integration with Bosch head-end solutions.

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Bosch GVS-1000

The GVS1000 uses two sets of active infrared illuminators for both long and medium-to-short range nighttime imaging. The system provides full Detection, Classification, Recognition and Identification (DCRI) capabilities and enables early threat detection in low light or total darkness. With the GVS1000, users can see fine details, including clothing or letters, at 3,300 feet (1 kilometer) for recognition-level imaging and get 3,900 feet (1,200 meters) of classification-level imaging.

With new support for Bosch's Bi-Phase protocol, customers can now control the GVS1000 with the Divar, DiBos series of digital recorders, as well as the Bosch video management and VIDOS systems. Coupling this advanced day/night, pan/tilt/zoom system with high-performance Bosch head-end solutions makes it possible for customers to seamlessly manage GVS1000 video streams alongside images from other cameras.

Equipped with advanced optics, the GVS1000 includes an IR-corrected long-range lens capable of 60x optical zoom and uses the Bosch Dinion sensor to produce detailed images at far distances in day and night conditions. This long-range imaging is critical for environments such as maritime and port monitoring, defense facilities, large area and extended perimeter protection, where it is often not possible to install the camera near the subject of surveillance.

Designed for precise imaging in any outdoor environment, the system also features a weatherproof housing and integrated wiper.

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