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    BVMS Operator Client is saving the IP addresses it was connecting to. The last entered User Name and IP address are automatically displayed in the Logon splash screen once BVMS Configuration Client and Operator Client are started. Check this article and find out how you can clear the drop down menu connection list in BVMS Operator Client.
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    Logs are definitely important. We would even say they are the most important thing for a system to function properly. At some point, the Central Support Team may ask you to provide them with the BVMS Configuration Collection. This article explains you how and where you can get the BVMS Configuration Collection of your system.
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    a week ago
    Question Dear Bosch, you have so many nice articles related to BVMS on the knowledge base( 😉 ). I would really like to have a consistent overview of the available information. Answer Sure! Status Article Description   Bosch Visio Design Icons Set of Visio Design icons for Bosch products. 2020-08 Updated BVMS - Device Compatibility This document describes how BVMS works with older and newer Bosch cameras. 2020-08 Updated BVMS - Single port connectivity  This document describes how the SSH functionality works.   BVMS - Configure time services  This document provides a guideline on how to configure time services.   BVMS - Merging VRM systems  This document describes how to merge two VRM systems into a single system.   BVMS - Operator quick guide This document serves as a quick guide for operators. 2020-02 Updated BVMS - Streamlining This document describes the streamlining concept. 2020-02 Updated BVMS - Configuring a Microsoft iSCSI target This document explains how a Microsoft iSCSI target can be configured. 2020-08 Updated BVMS - Deployment guide This document describes how a BVMS system can be deployed from the commandline. This is useful when using software deployment environments. 2020-08 Updated Virtualization - A concept explained This document explains virtualization. 2020-08 Updated BVMS - Upgrade guide Described the process on how to upgrade a system (checklist)   BVMS - BIS Connectivity Describes how to connect BVMS to BIS 2020-08 Updated BVMS - SDK help Provides instructions and examples on how to use the BVMS SDK   BVMS - Keyboard shortkeys Shows a (normal computer) keyboard and the shortkeys that are available for BVMS.   BVMS - OPC Server Describes the functionality available in the OPC server.   BVMS - Mobile Video Service Describes the Mobile Video Service conceptually.   BVMS - GDPR Description on how GDPR impacts BVMS.   BVMS - Network design guide First version composed together with ASA. Feedback welcome! 2020-08 Updated BVMS - Upgrade guide Describes how to upgrade a BVMS system step by step. 2020-09 Updated BVMS - System design guide Previously known as pre-sales guide.   BVMS - Policy based recording Describes the “cameras and recordings” tab, in addition to the product manuals. 2021-01 Updated BVMS - Blueprints Shows general BVMS system design blueprints.   BVMS - Activate demo license Describes how customer can generate and activate their own demo license. Includes link to the LIF file. 2020-08 Updated BVMS - AE Specification Architects and Engineering specification.   BVMS - Automatic login of Operator Client Describes the parameters which allow the operator client to automatically login. Updated!  BVMS - ONVIF Compatibility Lists the tested ONVIF devices.   BVMS - Configuring LDAP Explains how BVMS can be connected to a LDAP environment.   Safe software delivery Describes how customers can check the integrity of the installation zip files.   BVMS - Client installation package Describes how a reduced client installation package can be used. 2020-10 Updated BVMS - Decoding performance Shows the workstation performance   BVMS - Migrating SQL Database Describes how to migrate the SQL database to a different server. 2020-08 Updated BVMS - Securing the security systems Describes how to secure a BVMS system.   BVMS - ANPR by ISS Describes how to configure ISS SecureOS and BVMS to combine ANPR functionality.   BVMS - IEC62676-1 Describes how BVMS meets the requirements specified in IEC62676-1   BVMS Lite - Quick start guide Describes how BVMS Lite can be set-up.   How-to: Transition from Project Assistant to (B)VMS Have you ever wondered how to best transition from the Project Assistant to (B)VMS?   Software-defined video surveillance storage Describes the collaboration between HPE, SUSE and Bosch in modernizing video surveillance storage.   BVMS Person Identification - Data Protection Information The attached document aims to provide concerned parties, such as customers, users, operators or consultants, with an overview of data privacy and protection related features of BVMS Person Identification. 2020-08 Updated Software Service and Support Describes how software moves through the product lifecycle.   VRM eXport Wizard Describes how to use the VRM eXport wizard 2020-11 Updated BVMS Project checklist The BVMS Project Checklist is an Excel-based tool which makes it easier to design a BVMS system.   BVMS - Automated firewall configuration How does BVMS 10.0.1 (or newer) configure the firewall during the installation of the system?   BVMS - Store snapshot of all cameras My customers asks me to store the field of view of the cameras connected to BVMS. Is there an easy way to achieve this without opening every camera manually?   BVMS - Demonstrating (JPEG) cameras How can I use "virtual" cameras to demonstrate BVMS?   How to create CA signed certificates for cameras and distribute  Configure video authenticity / integrity using CA signed certificates New 2020-08 BVMS - Operator collaboration using Slack  Configure BVMS to integrate with Slack. New 2020-08 BVMS - Person Identification Camera Placement Guide  Describes best-practices on camera placement when using person identification. New 2020-10 BVMS - Tattile configuration  Describes how to configure Tattile (LPR) cameras and BVMS.
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    a week ago
     The attached documents show the different design options that are available when designing a BVMS system. For BVMS 10.1, we have extended the blueprints with Person Identification, the Access Management System, and updated the Enterprise overview.
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    2 weeks ago
    From BVMS 10.0 onwards BVMS is an ONVIF Profile S conformant client. Cameras which are listed as Profile S compliant product on the ONVIF website are supported based on the ONVIF Profile S functionality. In the table below you can find an overview of the tested and supported ONVIF cameras for BVMS.   Version List of tested cameras BVMS 7.5 BVMS 7.5 list of tested ONVIF cameras  BVMS 8.0 BVMS 8.0 List of tested ONVIF cameras  BVMS 9.0 BVMS 9.0 List of tested ONVIF cameras  BVMS 10.0 BVMS 10.0 List of tested ONVIF cameras  BVMS 10.0.1 BVMS 10.0.1 List of tested ONVIF cameras  BVMS 10.1 BVMS 10.1 List of tested ONVIF cameras    The table below shows in which situation a specific camera can be connected to BVMS and is supported. BVMS version BVMS 9.0 and older BVMS 10.0 and newer ONVIF Profile S compliant camera Yes Yes Yes Yes BVMS tested camera Yes No Yes No           Supported camera Yes No Yes Yes   For BVMS version 10.0 and above, please make sure to go through these steps: Please check the List of tested cameras. If the device is not listed in the List of tested cameras, then please check   here   and make sure that your device is ONVIF Profile S compliant. If your camera is not listed in the tested cameras and is not listed on the ONVIF website as Profile S conformant, we cannot help you when you have an issue with this device. You should approach the device manufacturer to certify the device as ONVIF Profile S conformant. For example, if you have an   Axis camera, M1004 model, please fill in your product details in the Application Type, Profile(s), Manufacturer and the Product Name fields, under the   Product Search   option, and press on the “Search” button: 3. If your device is ONVIF profile S compliant you can contact Bosch Central Technical Support and request assistance. Additional information: Cameras listed as tested are owned by Bosch and issues can be fully investigated by Bosch. Cameras not listed as tested are not owned by Bosch. Solving issues might take longer as it requires collaboration with the camera vendor. Bosch support teams might need to refer to the camera manufacturer’s support line to help fixing the issue. We consider the firmware listed on the ONVIF website as the minimum firmware version of a camera. Please let us know if you run into issues with newer firmware versions so that we can investigate those accordingly. If the problem is a firmware regression, we might need to refer you to the camera manufacturer for support.
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    ‎12-21-2020 12:06 PM
    Question: Let’s suppose that you have one setup which consists in an Adam 6060 I/O module, BVMS 10.1 and a DINION IP thermal 8000 camera. Can the state of an ADAM relay module be changed when the IVA from the camera generates an alarm?
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    ‎12-10-2020 12:35 PM
    This guide is meant to help you adding new cameras in VRM in Configuration Client and display their images in Operator Client. Before adding a new camera there are a few things that need to be taken into consideration: You are not exceeding the maximum number of channels allowed. Each unit has a maximum number of channels. For example: DIP 5000 AIO the maximum number of channels is 42 DIP 6000/ 7000 AIO the maximum number of channels is 128 You have the neccesarry number of licenses installed on the system The units come with 8 channels pre-licensed. If you want to add more cameras or encoders/ decoders, you need first to make sure that licenses have been purchased. The system has enough storage to cover the retention time of the cameras. If there is no storage available,   there is a risk that your system will stop recording. The bandwidth available of the unit is not exceeded. For example: Bandwidth   DIP 5000 AIO: 170   Mbit/s Bandwidth   6000/ 7000 AIO: 550   Mbit/s Article requirements: Operator Client Configuration Client Camera PC/ Server/ Workstation
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    ‎12-10-2020 12:02 PM
    Depending on the license type you have installed in the Bosch Video Management System (BVMS), you can add a  certain number  and different types of cameras/ encoders.  BVMS s upports 3 rd  party cameras as well, but they need to be compliant to  ONVIF Profile S. This article explains how to add new ONVIF cameras to a system that runs in full Bosch Video Management System (BVMS) via the Configuration Client. We recommend using Bosch Workstations and Servers. They are fully tested and optimized for Bosch Video Management System. Article requirements: BVMS installed ONVIF camera PC/ Server/ Workstation
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    ‎12-04-2020 01:23 PM
    A possible situation can occur when you have, for example, one DIP 3000 with BVMS 8.0 and CPP7.3 cameras. The cameras are not working because the firmware is old. The problem that might arise could be: Configuration Client will display a message like: "unknown platform" Gaps in recordings or not recording at all VCA settings cannot be changed Logs warning: "2020-11-22 04:49:29.339;cameraId=10.13.22.98\0\1;Sender;Error;This device has an abnormal high storage consumption. To protect other recordings, storage allocation is reduced. But this may result in recording gaps for this device"
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    ‎12-01-2020 04:08 PM
    The attached document describes how a Tattile camera can be connected to BVMS and describes the provided functionality in the BVMS operator client. We recommend keeping the Tattile camera documentation and BVMS configuration manual at hand to fine tune the system configuration to the specific needs of your project.
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    ‎11-30-2020 08:53 AM
    The BVMS Project Checklist is an Excel-based tool which makes it easier to design a BVMS system. The attachments include a document describing how to use the project checklist and the project checklist itself.
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    ‎11-23-2020 10:54 AM
    Compared to hardware, in which it is relatively easy to define an end-of-support concept based on the expected lifetime, software behaves totally different. In theory, when the environment does not change, software can still be running ten years after it has been installed. As new versions of the software are released regularly, it is important for customers to know what they can expect from Bosch Building Technologies when the software is purchased. This document describes how Bosch Building Technologies handles the life-cycle of the BVMS, BIS, AMS, and APE, and in which state a specific release can reside. Additionally this document lists the up-to-date situation for all of those software packages.
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    ‎11-17-2020 10:33 AM
    Which Bosch encoders and decoders are compatible with BVMS? Up until some years ago, new released cameras, encoders, domes and decoders that are introduced into market after a BVMS release could not be connected to an existing BVMS version because these cameras where not known to the BVMS. In the BVMS 4.5.1, a new concept was introduced. This concept treats Bosch video encoders and decoders as generic devices, and automatically recognizes specific device functionality (for example the number of streams, relays and inputs). Based on this information the, at that time, unknown device is added to the system and can be used by the operator. The attached document provides a detailed description of this functionality.
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    ‎10-20-2020 07:32 AM
    The attached documents should help you to make the upgrade process as smooth as possible. The upgrade itself is not restricted to BVMS software only. The supported software and firmware versions can be found in the release notes of the related BVMS version. An attachment is added to this article for each BVMS version. Currently the upgrade guides for BVMS 8.0 and 9.0 are attached to this article. From BVMS 10.0 onwards a description on how to migrate systems has been included as well.
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    ‎10-14-2020 07:47 AM
    Do you want to know more about designing a BVMS system?
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    ‎10-09-2020 10:38 AM
    In order to use the software modules, the software needs to be licensed and to receive licenses for the software, the keys need to be registered online. This article explains how to license a system that runs in full Bosch Video Management System (BVMS) mode with help of Security Systems Software License Manager tool (SLMS).
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    ‎10-09-2020 09:38 AM
    This technical brief will provide the step-by-step procedure on how to configure “BVMS” presets and save views. In order to better utilize system resources, BVMS no longer pre-allocates 99 black presets to newly added PTZ cameras in the system. BVMS does not read any existing presets already configured in the camera.  
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    ‎09-24-2020 01:03 PM
    Exporting video with Video Analytics meta data is very useful in the process of optimization of Video Content Analytics performance. One could configure VA, record particular scene and then replay this scene over and over again using different VA configurations. Moreover the video could be exported and replayed multiple times with different VA configuration settings. This article describes the different possibilities - BVMS Operator Client and BVMS Viewer, VRM eXpport Wizard, Web Interface of a Bosch Camera. The choice of the tool depends on the way the camera and recording are managed. 
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    ‎09-10-2020 04:34 PM
    This article explains how to find and calculate the specific size of BVMS logs on your server when the log starts to overwrite your own data.
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    ‎09-10-2020 11:25 AM
    Our portfolio contains quite a variety of (mobile) video clients and applications. To get a fast first overview we created the attached table to compare the most important ones.
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