Bosch claims industry's largest-ever exhibit truck

The new Safe & Sound interactive product exhibit truck features audio and communication systems, as well as video surveillance, access control and intrusion/fire detection technology.
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The new Safe & Sound interactive product exhibit truck features audio and communication systems, as well as video surveillance, access control and intrusion/fire detection technology.

The newly-developed facility has been designed to enable dealers, specifiers and end-users to experience Bosch group products in a ‘dynamic’ fashion.

Measuring 53-feet long and 25-feet wide when parked, the double expandable trailer features 1,000 square feet of exhibition space. Electro-Voice Live X powered and passive loudspeakers, Bosch conferencing systems, and communications technology from RTS and Telex are among the many features of the extensively-equipped vehicle.

The first stop on the Safe & Sound Tour was the ISC West International Security Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas – beyond which the vehicle is due to visit more than 50 locations across North America for custom demonstration and training events.

“Extensive feedback from customers confirms they want the live product interaction available at a trade show without the expense of travel or time away from business activities,” said Jeremy Hockham, president of sales, North America, Bosch Security Systems, Inc. “With the Bosch Safe & Sound Tour, we’re bringing the ‘show’ to our customers – allowing more people to see our products in action and fully understand the capabilities, performance and quality of our systems.”

www2.boschsecurity.us/safeandsound/

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