LenelS2 today announced a strategic agreement with Bosch Building Technologies to resell Bosch IP cameras in North America and Europe. As a result of the agreement, end users will have access to the complete Bosch IP camera portfolio through LenelS2’s Value-Added Resellers (VARs). The Bosch IP camera portfolio integrates with all LenelS2™ video management solutions to enhance critical video analytics capabilities that help protect people and assets and optimize building health and efficiency. The integrated solution joins the Carrier Healthy Buildings Program suite of offerings to help deliver healthier, safer, more efficient and productive indoor environments. LenelS2, a global leader in advanced security systems and services, is a part of Carrier Global Corporation (NYSE: CARR), a leading global provider of healthy, safe and sustainable building and cold chain solutions.
The relationship provides a convenient, single source for LenelS2 VARs to procure and build their video surveillance solutions. VARs will be able to leverage a unified support infrastructure for products across both company product lines. LenelS2 and Bosch are developing tighter integrations between products to enable advanced features for future product releases. Bosch cameras integrate with all LenelS2™ OnGuard® and NetBoxÔ ecosystem video management solutions including LenelS2 NVR (LNVR), UltraView, VRxÔ, and NetVRÔ. Bosch cameras also integrate with Milestone XProtect® in support of LenelS2 and Milestone’s distribution agreement.
“Bosch Building Technologies is a longtime partner and member of the LenelS2 OpenAccess Alliance Program (OAAP), so this was a natural step to take,” said
Jeff Stanek, president, LenelS2. “This alliance further supports our commitment to providing open platforms and comprehensive Healthy Buildings solutions, enabling our customers to select the best solutions for their security needs.”
The Bosch camera portfolio is feature-rich, reliable and includes a wide array of products from small form factors ideal for offices to cameras designed for industrial applications such as utility and transportation infrastructure. Bosch cameras also incorporate advanced video analytics, bandwidth management features, industry-leading hardware and software cybersecurity. Bosch cameras feature a full library of essential and intelligent analytics capabilities which can proactively detect a variety of objects and events, which helps to create healthier, safer workspaces.
“By providing direct access to our portfolio of IP cameras, this collaboration makes it easier for LenelS2 VARs to meet the needs and requirements of end users with intelligent Bosch devices,” says Tanja Rückert, president, Bosch Building Technologies. “This agreement will enable innovative solutions made possible with features like built-in video analytics, tighter product integrations and greater choice for customers.”
LenelS2 and Bosch have decades of combined industry experience in providing customers with proven security solutions. Bosch Building Technologies has been a part of the LenelS2 OAAP since 2010.
LenelS2 is a global leader in advanced physical security solutions, including access control, video surveillance, event monitoring and digital signage. Our technology includes web-based and mobile applications enhanced by cloud-based services. Incorporating open architecture, LenelS2 provides scalable, unified security management to customers ranging from global enterprises to small- and mid-sized businesses. Easy to install and use, LenelS2 products are supported by an experienced, responsive support team dedicated to providing exceptional service. LenelS2 serves markets worldwide including corporate, education, healthcare and government. LenelS2 is a part of Carrier Global Corporation, a leading global provider of healthy, safe and sustainable building and cold chain solutions. For more information, visit LenelS2.com or follow LenelS2 on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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