Bosch's Professional Series of intrusion detectors were recently recognized at two industry conferences. At IFSEC 2008, the detectors were given the award for Intruder alarm product of the year. The professional series was also chosen for inclusion in the
Bosch Security Systems, a full-line manufacturer of high-quality security solutions, announced today that the Professional Series of intrusion detectors have won two prestigious awards.
The latest additions to the Professional Series, featuring Boschâ€™s innovative new Anti-Mask technology, won the Intruder Alarm Product of the Year Award at this yearâ€™s IFSEC Exhibition held in Birmingham, UK. Winners of the IFSEC Security Industry Awards are selected on the basis of technological innovations that influence and shape the industry, celebrating the very best solutions and initiatives in product innovation, installation and protection. Boschâ€™s new Anti-Mask technology utilizes patented prism lenses and active infrared detection to protect against all known forms of attack, including objects covering or placed in front of the detector, providing superior protection against sabotage.
Boschâ€™s new Professional Series detects intruders without triggering false alarms caused by moving plants, small animals or car headlights. The detectors are based on Boschâ€™s Sensor Data Fusion (SDF) technology, which interactively processes data from up to six different sensors to virtually eliminate false alarms and improve detection levels by up to 35 percent compared with traditional detectors.
At the International Security, Safety and Fire Exhibition (SICUR) held at Feria de Madrid, the Professional Series was also selected for inclusion within the Security category of the exhibitionâ€™s â€˜Gallery of New Products.â€™ The exhibition is held every year with the aims of promoting research, development and innovation within the field of security and defining the practical applications of new products and services in this field. Only products that are clearly ahead of the current state-of-the-art systems are selected by the judges for inclusion in the gallery.