The new solution replaces the existing equipment by IP cameras with panoramic view on the different exhibition halls, as well as recording and storage of images and video analysis. This infrastructure is managed by the Bosch Video Management System software (BVMS).
The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid has some of the best works of art in the world and Bosch It has helped to ensure that these works of art remain unchanged, helping him in his migration from an analog system to IP video surveillance solution.
With this change, It has provided an integrated security system that replaces the old and diverse facilities, allowing receive and monitor all alarms in a centralized way. The new solution replaces the existing equipment by new IP cameras with panoramic view on the different exhibition halls, as well as recording and storage of images and video analysis. The installation of complete safety is managed by the Bosch Video Management System software (BVMS).
To monitor every piece of art and ensure that no blind spot there is, panoramic IP cameras of Bosch were selected by the Museum to protect the temporary exhibition hall. These teams with fisheye lens provide a full 360º view. Dewarping software transforms the circular image into rectangular images without distortion that you can see with a resolution of 12 megapixel camera with high-definition.
Incorporate the panoramic cameras installed IP Series Intelligent Video Analytics, that continuously scans all images video. If a predefined scenario is detected, an alarm is triggered.
Intelligent Video Analytics continues monitoring the full image circle so the user continue to receive alarms even if security personnel decide to zoom to a region in particular.
The ' mode Museum’ It allows you to predefine a perimeter around a work of art and create a virtual and invisible protective barrier. If an individual violates this perimeter, in an attempt to touch or steal a work of art, an alarm goes off and immediately received both in the control center and mobile devices of security personnel, allowing them to react and act quickly.
This virtual barrier is a much cheaper alternative to conventional infrared barriers.
Also, the exhibition staged in low-light in the room Moneo, as the recent exhibition 'Bvlgari and Rome', the Thyssen Museum- Bornemisza selected series IP cameras 6000 with the latest starlight.
IP cameras starlight from Bosch are designed for low light conditions and provide color images of high quality in almost complete darkness situations. These cameras also ensure that areas with low light to monitor properly and that the management of the Museum does not have to compromise the artistic concept and the atmosphere of the exhibition for security reasons.
"Since the video system is equipped with redundant iSCSI recording solution, the system remains operational even if any of the recorders temporarily lost connection. With this new configuration, the main benefit is that we have a backup system to our recordings that provides a system of trust security and efficient “, explains Miguel Angel Molina, Director of the museum security.
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