Monday, May 14, 2012

RADWIN Supplies Wireless for Israeli "Safe City" Video Surveillance

The Be'er Sheva Municipality in Israel has deployed RADWIN 2000 radios in a large-scale video surveillance project.

High-definition cameras are installed throughout the city in places such as traffic intersections and public parks. The RADWIN radios transfer high-resolution video from the megapixel PTZ cameras back to the municipality's control center.

Shimon Halfon, VP Projects, Bynet Systems Applications, said: "RADWIN 2000 systems backhaul video from as many as 8 cameras per site and transmit video over 5 Km with high capacity of 50 Mbps and zero latency. Systems operate in particularly challenging city conditions, including non-line-of-sight, high interference and extreme environmental forces such as strong winds, fog, dust, and harsh climate."