Milwaukee partners to install surveillance system
| 03.03.2008 | 14:36:57 | Views: 3604 | ID:
March 3 '08: Wi4Net has announced a new partnership with the City of Milwaukee to install wireless surveillance cameras and a network monitoring facility, a press release announced. Along with the partnership is Pivot3 Inc., makers of high capacity and high definition digital storage.
"The first phase of the project includes a wireless 4.9 GHz-based backhaul network throughout the city's 97 square miles," the press release reported. "Initially connecting 15 cameras, the network is designed to scale to more than a hundred cameras in the future. Video is streamed to a centralized monitoring center, including a highly scalable storage solution from Pivot3 equipped with 18 terabytes of raw storage capacity."Officials said that the partnership and its components represent a flexibility in the city's ability to increase its storage capacity and to take advantage of the the licensed 4.9GHz spectrum which helps municipal agencies share information on a variety of formats such as video, messaging, data, voice with added encryption capability. National Blueprint Tags: Intelligence & Situational Awareness, Legal & Intergovernmental P3, Communications & Public Info, Economic & Infrastructure.
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