RADWIN announced that their wireless system has been
deployed by the Mira municipality in Venice, Italy for a city-wide wireless
video surveillance network.
“Today our solutions are deployed in video
surveillance projects worldwide – ranging from safe city projects, traffic
surveillance, border control and perimeter security,” said Roni Weinberg,
The RADWIN-based wireless surveillance network in Mira
watches over the city, providing personnel in the command center and the police
department with real-time video for effective detection and response to crime
and other incidents as well as traffic monitoring.
“RADWIN’s wireless systems enabled us to deploy a
highly sophisticated video surveillance network that transmits video from
multiple camera sites, including parks, schools, shopping areas and highways.
Thanks to RADWIN, Mira municipality can boost public safety to the benefit of
its residents,” said Enzo Serpani, technical coordinator for the Mira
Video Surveillance Project.
Teletronica, an Italy-based system integrator, was in
charge of project implementation.
They recommended RADWIN 2000 for this safe city project
based on RADWIN 2000’s ability to transmit high-resolution video non-stop.
RADWIN’s systems operate in harsh weather conditions, non line-of-sight
conditions and in high RF interference,” said Teletronica’s Engineer
Last month, Network Embedded Technologies (NWET), a WISP
based in South Africa, announced the
deployment of RADWIN‘s equipment as part of a turnkey security and surveillance
By Telecomlead.com Team