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Bosch provides integrated safety to skyscrapers in Warsaw

by Geny Caloisi
Central Point, a new skyscraper built atop a metro station in downtown Warsaw, Poland, features Bosch’s integrated safety and security system. One of the Bosch solution’s key benefits is that it can be easily adapted to how tenants would like to use their office space in the future.

There are 21 floors in Central Point, which has 19,100 square meters of space. Building owners needed a flexible and scalable solution because occupants come and go. They also wanted a solution that could quickly adapt to individual occupant needs, new or existing, requiring minimal changes to safety and security infrastructure if new tenants wished to change the floor layout, so announcements and voice alarms could be heard by everyone, regardless of how the office space is divided.

Bosch integrated every single component of the custom safety solution. With Avenar panel 8000, the system manages all the building’s detectors, interfaces, and other safety components. Paviro’s voice and fire alarm are connected using Smart Safety Link. Paviro can also be used to play music, for example, in the lobby of the building or to manage all announcements in the building. The Access Management System allows flexible access control for the building and elevator entrances. Video security cameras are installed around the building’s perimeter and in each storey of the skyscraper and its central lobby.

With Bosch BIS Building Integration System software, the building’s complete safety and security system can be monitored from one central location. Thanks to the full integration of all solutions, the building management is, for example, automatically notified when fire detectors need cleaning. In addition, with the BIS, staff can view a floor map showing precisely where an alarm was triggered and by which detector, enabling them to manually verify the event by switching to the nearest video camera.


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