Nearly every organization is facing one of their biggest challenges, getting and staying open in a post-pandemic new normal.
For many, keeping track of and controlling building and room occupancy will be a safety mandate. Manually tracking occupancy is nearly impossible. Government, organizations, and businesses of all types, sizes, and occupancy levels will benefit from an automated solution to reliably maintain safety compliance.
- Warehouse and Manufacturing
- Office Buildings
- Theater and Sports Venues
- Gyms and Spas
Bosch has created a new application called DENI which allows staff at entrances to focus on visitor interaction, while allowing a camera with video analytics mounted in "birds-eye-view" near the entrance to automatically determine when the next person can enter based on known occupancy and mandated maximum limits. A single Bosch panoramic 7000i camera at a wide entrance can process nearly 20 people entering or exiting simultaneously.
In the video below, Joe and Matt show us how the DENI application running on a PC with a single Bosch camera can create a green or red indication on a monitor that streamlines operations and procedures for staff.
System Diagram for Overview Demonstration Video Above
Scalable and Customizable
The Bosch DENI solution is scalable and customizable for multiple entrances and is based on a system design that can include many variables to meet the size, traffic flow and volume, and operational requirements of facilities.
- Multiple Entrances per Location
- Multiple Monitors per Location
- LED Colored Light Signaling
- Audio Message Prompting Based on Occupancy
- Waiting Area Music Between Audio Prompts
- Public View Display or Rolling Cart Monitor Deployment
- Multiple Bosch Camera Model Options
- Alarm Panel Integration
DENI and Video Analytics Programming Click-by-Click Tutorial