Baby polar bear "Flocke" at Nuremberg Zoo now admired on big screen around the clock
· The 750-GB Dibos storage device transmits the images when Flocke is sleeping
Two Bosch AutoDome cameras with 26x optical zoom, day-night changeover and PTZ (pan/tilt/zoom) function ensure outstanding image quality. The Autotrack function automatically controls the high-tech camera, unobtrusively following baby Flocke's every move.
Visitors can even marvel at Flocke, who is just four months old, when she is sleeping thanks to a Dibos video recording unit from Bosch. The unit continuously records images and stores them in its 750-GB memory to be transmitted on the screens during times when the crowd favorite is resting. This means that Flocke is always on hand to greet her guests. In peak times, the zoo can expect between 20,000 and 25,000 visitors in a single day.
The Bosch video system is helping Nuremberg Zoo to meet the huge public demand to catch a glimpse of Flocke, and the company is simultaneously showcasing the merits of its high-performance video systems to a broad public.