Bosch Expands Inteox Camera


Bosch has announced it has expanded the Inteox open camera portfolio with the addition of two fixed cameras: The Flexidome and Dinion inteox 7100i IR cameras. The AI-powered cameras bring a new level of efficiency to a variety of indoor and outdoor applications for city surveillance, airports, government, and traffic.

The new fixed Inteox cameras offer video analytics, 4K resolution, built-in infrared illumination, and durable housing to perform in rugged environments to meet varying customer requirements around the clock. With Camera Trainer, a machine learning software embedded in all Inteox cameras, system integrators can tailor Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) to detect objects and situations. For example, operators can teach the camera to recognize if a barrier on a parking lot or at a railway crossing is open or closed. Another example is teaching cameras to detect and subsequently blur ATM or card payment terminals. To quickly respond to changing or varying requirements system integrators can add third-party software apps to Inteox cameras via the Azena Application Store. The cameras also offer advanced configuration and continuous health monitoring from anywhere via the Bosch Remote Portal, a cloud-based service offering for device management.

The Flexidome and Dinion inteox 7100i IR object classification (OC) models command the necessary computation power to enable deep neural network-based video analytics, like Traffic Detector. The pre-trained AI detector, available out of the box helps system integrators to meet the strict requirements of traffic applications. It tackles more complex tasks like accurately classifying vehicles at crowded intersections, roadways, and tunnels. Traffic Detector can detect and count cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, bicycles, and people. Combined with IVA, Traffic Detector data is augmented with object speed, GPS location, and color.


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