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. 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 supports 3rd party cameras as well, but they need to be compliant to ONVIF Profile S.
It is possible to add ONVIF compliant cameras to Bosch Video Management System as live only devices or as VSG devices (then the cameras will also record). This article explains how to add an ONVIF camera as VSG device in full Bosch Video Management System (BVMS 10.1).
We recommend using Bosch Workstations and Servers. They are fully tested and optimized for Bosch Video Management System.
ONVIF camera. Please refer to BVMS - ONVIF Device compatibility for additional information.
PC/ Server/ Workstation
This article lists the initial troubleshooting steps and concrete instructions for collecting logging for issues with ONVIF cameras, added to BVMS system. We will classify the different issue scenarios one can have using ONVIF cameras in BVMS system. Depending on the issue the article lists the required logging to start initial troubleshooting.
Camera integrated as NTCIP with SUNGUIDE software works great, but as ONVIF there are issues with the focus. When trying to adjust the focus from the SunGuide software, there are no changes with the camera image.
ONVIF control of the thermal DZ was never planned for the MIC-9000i in the launch of the product. However, you can get the Pan and Tilt via ONVIF Device Manager to work by enabling the PTZ configuration of the stream.