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Archive: February 2016

Seasonal Considerations for Wireless Mesh Networks

Posted on February 24, 2016

All over the globe, the wide variety of seasonal shifts precipitate unique challenges for security monitoring and video surveillance. Changes in weather patterns, increased tourist activity and crime rates, as well as the occurrence of seasonal events and festivals, can all affect the ability of public officials such as law enforcement to perform certain tasks.  Read More


3 ways wireless mesh enhances video surveillance

Posted on February 18, 2016

The security monitoring capabilities of video surveillance are uncontested. Nearly every industry has something to gain from the sheer amount of visual information that a video camera is capable of capturing. Law enforcement can use these feeds to search for clues that might help in an investigation. Merchants and retailers use them to deter theft, catch perpetrators in the act and develop profiles of shoplifters. Oil, gas and construction companies use video surveillance to promote the safety of workers and maintain legal compliance. Transportation services rely on video cameras for a safer in-transit experience.  Read More


The Internet of cameras: Mesh networks’ role in smart cities

Posted on February 04, 2016

With the rise of the Internet of Things, billions of devices will become "smart" or "connected." As early as 2020, the IDC predicts that there will be up to 28.1 billion installed IoT units. While many of these connected devices will be intended for consumer use, many others will be used for more utilitarian purposes, not the least of which are security cameras.  Read More


Wireless mesh technology gives rise to the new neighborhood watch

Posted on February 01, 2016
Category: Public Safety

Video surveillance has served authorities as an invaluable security monitoring tool for decades now. Government and defense, transportation, oil and gas and a variety of other industries have relied on surveillance solutions to improve safety, and when necessary, be compliant with legal codes.  Read More