Bosch announces new intrusion training sessions for Modular Alarm Platform

Bosch announces new intrusion training sessions for Modular Alarm Platform

Supporting up to 1,000 users and 32 touch keypads, the intrusion Modular Alarm Platform (MAP) from Bosch is a powerful and sophisticated solution that is suitable for different applications such as airports, banks, shopping malls and public buildings requiring up to 1,500 addresses and 500 areas. To ensure the effective design, installation, and maintenance of this modular system, Bosch offers system integrators tailored courses at its headquarters in Grasbrunn near Munich, Germany. Participation in the MAP Partner Program is free of charge and qualifies system integrators as certified MAP partners.

Bosch is announcing the training dates early for next year's term to allow participants to register on time and to plan ahead. The first round of these two-day courses will be held in February, with others following in May, and July. Each course can include up to ten participants. The training program covers various aspects such as technical information and software knowledge, as well as hands-on exercises that include the set-up and programming of the system. In addition, all seminar participants are given access to the Bosch extranet website for MAP, providing them with software, firmware updates, and related documentation. Furthermore, a dedicated technical support hotline answers all MAP-related questions. This comprehensive training and support package allows system integrators to remain up-to-date and benefit from the latest technical additions in their daily business. By adopting this approach, Bosch Security Systems ensures that the integrators' customers enjoy the quality they have come to expect from the Bosch brand.

Launched in 2010, over 200 system integrators in more than 30 countries across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa have already participated in the MAP Partner Program. “The strong, continuous demand from system integrators for this training testifies to the success of MAP as an intrusion solution,” notes Gunther Friebe, MAP trainer at Bosch Security Systems. “At the same time, customers choosing the MAP can rely on its optimal application of the system since it is provided by a certified partner.” The benefit of the MAP Partner Program is also confirmed by former attendees, such as Juris Putninš from Citrus Solutions, Latvia: "Planning and designing a sophisticated intrusion solution such as the MAP on paper is one thing; getting it working correctly and keeping it updated is another. The information and skills as well as the ongoing support I received in Grasbrunn this year helped me to achieve both.”

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