Published on 15 Sep 2011
|Total Recall supports a wide variety of remote surveillance systems providing a complete turnkey solution|
Proxim Wireless Corporation, a leading provider of complete indoor and outdoor wireless broadband systems, recently announced the deployment of Total Recall's Crime Eye Surveillance System which secures the Diamond District in New York City. The deployment uses Proxim's Tsunami 8100 MIMO radios in place of fiber optic cables to connect the cameras together and to provide communication for remote viewing of images.
"The deployment along 47th St. uses high definition cameras which can focus on a specific subject anywhere on the street of the Diamond District," said Peter Millius, Director of Business Development for Total Recall. "The footage recorded by the cameras can be saved for up to 30 days and is displayed on monitors in the Diamond District. Deploying wireless is much cheaper and faster than running fiber so customers can have a surveillance system deployed within days versus months, which also saves money. We chose Proxim because they have an end to end wireless portfolio optimised for video transport that suits each of our different applications."
Total Recall supports a wide variety of remote surveillance systems providing a complete turnkey solution. Its primary focus is citywide surveillance but it supports enterprise class solutions and small town systems as well. Its long history in video surveillance (CCTV), Access Controls, Perimeter Detection, Wireless connectivity, Command Centers and Covert Systems gives it the experience and the expertise required to develop a proven high quality system for citywide solutions. It can take projects from concept to system completion for major cities, private, corporate and government markets. Come visit Total Recall at booth 2251 at the 2011 ASIS show in Orlando 9/18-9/20.
Proxim offers a complete line of radios which support backhaul for standard to high definition cameras, solutions for small 3 camera deployments to 1,000+ camera deployments with both licensed and unlicensed high capacity radios for long distance backhaul aggregation. Proxim also offers repeaters that allow radio communication to non-line of sight locations. "Come see our complete line of radios at the ASIS show next week. We have deployed radios supporting CCTV backhaul for more than 10 years and our equipment is interoperable with many IP cameras and video encoders. We are exhibiting at ASIS booth 3375 and we can provide you with a solution for your surveillance projects,"
said Geoff Smith, Proxim's VP of Sales for the Americas.