Bosch camera wins 'GOOD DESIGN' award

Company's Dinion HD 1080p camera model stands out in protective equipment category


For its outstanding design, the Dinion HD 1080p surveillance camera from Bosch recently received a 2011 GOOD DESIGN Award in the category Protective Equipment. This prestigious prize, which is awarded annually by The Chicago Athenaeum and Design museum and the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies, is part of the oldest and world's most recognized programs for design excellence. It attracts submissions from design firms and manufacturers from all over the world.

Olav Boiten, product manager at Bosch Security Systems says: "When coming up with the new design, the objective was to express pure Bosch brand identity. The focus was great attention to detail and quality in order to successfully operate in the highest segments of the surveillance camera market." The new camera boasts a completely redesigned casing, providing enough space for the sophisticated high definition technology inside.

In the surveillance market, Dinion cameras by Bosch are widely known for best-in-class technology delivering uncompromising vision, ultra-high resolution images with excellent low light operation and color reproduction. The devices are particularly well suited for the surveillance of colorful settings with a high amount of activity, where attention to detail is crucial for safety and security. With its built-in HD-optimized Intelligent Video Analysis, the camera automatically flags critical situations on screen to assist the operator in monitoring a busy environment.

The outstanding quality of Bosch Security Systems Design has been repeatedly recognized by the GOOD DESIGN Awards in recent years. In 2010, Bosch scooped up an award for the CSS 900 Ultro Discussion System, and in 2009, the MIC Series 400 Stainless Steel Camera received the honor.

For more information on the Dinion HD 1080p camera, visit www.boschsecurity.us/imageology.