AVIOTEC camera is a video-based fire detector with the capability of detecting both fire and smoke in the scene, it is also fully capable of running standard IVA rules in the camera.
When smoke or fire is been detected, AVIOTEC will sent a Smoke/Fire event to the Cloud VMS and at the same time trigger it’s output. Using this output status, we are able to trigger the Cloud VMS/VSaaS .
Please make sure that these pre-conditions are met:
You have access to a VSaaS/Cloud VMS instance
The AVIOTEC camera that you want to configure is connected to the Cloud VMS via Remote Portal
You have activated the appropriate Alarm Management license in Remote Portal for the respective AVIOTEC camera
You are running the latest firmware for the AVIOTEC. This example was tested with: 7.82.0025.
Below are the steps to configure both the camera and the VSaaS for Fire/Smoke Detection.
For details on how to setup the AVIOTEC camera for Fire/Smoke detection, please refer to the manual for details. In the following example, we will be using “Fire #2” profile, the steps for “Fire” profile is the same, except that “Fire” profile does not allows configuration of IVA rules.
Goes to VCA->Main Operation.
Select “Fire #2” profile
Go to Fire Detection
Configure the Fire detection parameters as required.
Login to the VSaaS instance.
Navigate to the relevant site and add the device to the Cloud VMS (if not already done: https://community.boschsecurity.com/t5/Security-Video/How-to-add-Remote-Portal-cameras-to-Bosch-Clou...)
Create a new VSaaS Service using Live Intervention.
Select the Trigger Device as the AVIOTEC camera, the Triggering Event as "Relay 1 ON" of the camera.
Select Always as the Arming Period.
Provide a self-explanatory Name for the service.
If there is a need to automatic or intervention actions, you will also need to configure it accordingly. Just an idea, you can create a pre-recorded voice message, such as “Fire or Smoke detected, please exit the building in an orderly manner” and use this as an audio announcement that could be triggered by the operator via the EVENTMONITOR web GUI.
The audio file is loaded to the VSaaS and the action will play this audio file to any cameras in the site that has a speaker connected. This can be done using the Intervention action.