RADWIN’s systems enable the city to install the highest number of cameras per sq mile
RADWIN , a global provider of sub-6 GHz broadband wireless solutions, announced that it was chosen by the City of San Bernardino in California, US for a major city-wide video surveillance deployment spanning 81 square miles. RADWIN 5000 high-capacity point-to-multipoint and RADWIN 2000 point-to-point solutions were deployed in the project. CelPlan, a leading system integrator, was responsible for project design and implementation.
Michael Eckley, San Bernardino Police Department: “Our overriding goal is to enhance residents’ safety and reduce crime. We deployed video cameras in critical junctures and public areas and sought the right technology to transmit video from the cameras back to our control center. After an extensive search we chose RADWIN. The wireless systems came out on top in terms of technology, ease of installation, and speed of deployment.
Jasper Bruinzeel, CelPlan: “We knew from the beginning that RADWIN was the solution that San Bernardino required. The installation was in a challenging RF environment coupled with 4.9 GHz congestion. That’s where the unique Multiband feature of RADWIN’s radios came in handy, enabling us to determine the optimal transmission channel on the spot. Today RADWIN’s systems are transmitting video with the highest image quality with zero video ‘hiccups’.”
RADWIN 5000 and RADWIN 2000 wireless system deliver the highest capacity for long ranges. The radios incorporate advanced technologies enabling superior performance in the harshest conditions, NLOS and extreme weather.
Mike Cook, RADWIN General Manager, North America: “We are proud to have been chosen by San Bernardino for this project. Cities across the United States are searching for solutions that will enable them to enhance the safety of both residents and visitors, and establishing video surveillance networks is critical to that. Our systems are deployed in video surveillance projects in the US and around the world, delivering the peace of mind that municipalities and cities require.”