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Allegany County
Location: United States
Abstract:

Allconet, an Intranet services partnership between local government and non-profit entities, has implemented a two-phase network that specifically addresses public safety issues and resources, as well reduces operating expxenditures and provides Internet services for the community of citizens and  businesses

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Website:
Practitioner Name: Beth Thomas
Practitioner Tel: (301) 777 2438
Practitioner E-mail: bthomas@allconet.org
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Arizona I-19 DHS
Location: United States
Abstract:

Arizona I-19 DHS is a multi-stakeholders partnership implementing a network of communications to improve the security along 30 miles of the Canamex corridor near the Mexican border. This project involves enhancing the capabilities of law-enforcement agencies and first responders as well as providing local communities with broaband Internet access.


Website:
Practitioner Name: Galen Updike
Practitioner Tel: (602) 364-GITA
Practitioner E-mail: gupdike@azgita.gov
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BASI' Lacoste Stores: multi usage surveillance
Location: Spain
Abstract:



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Website:
Practitioner Name: Axis Communications
Practitioner Tel: 34 91 803 46 43
Practitioner E-mail: pressoffice@axis.com
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Brookline, MA
Location: United States
Abstract:

The Town of Brookline has partnered with Newton, Mass.-based Galaxy Internet Services to deploy and operate a townwide wireless network that will enable myriad applications and services. Brookline's network will also combine licensed public-safety spectrum (4.9 Ghz) with unlicensed commercial spectrum, allowing for use of the network by residents, businesses, and government, as well as emergency personnel. In an already well-connected town, residents should benefit from increased competition and choice in Internet access. The wireless network will serve as an additional broadband option, one that provides flexibility and mobility. The network may be shared; multiple wireless ISPs may offer services to residents and businesses.

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Website:
Practitioner Name: Kevin Stokes
Practitioner Tel: (617) 730 2313
Practitioner E-mail: kevin_stokes@town.brookline.ma.us
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Caisse d'Epargne, France
Location: France
Abstract:

The Caisse d'Epargne Banking Group needed to cost-effectively extend the benefits of video surveillance monitoring into 70 regional branch offices throughout France, while maintaining a high standard of quality and reliability

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Website:
Practitioner Name: n/a
Practitioner Tel: +33 1 49691550
Practitioner E-mail: pressoffice@axis.com
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City of Buffalo
Location: United States
Abstract:

Buffalo's mayor launched in 2008 an initiative to reduce crime in his community. This involved deploying a real-time, citywide surveillance system with high security cameras.



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Website:
Practitioner Name: Steve Surfaro
Practitioner Tel: 978 614 2000
Practitioner E-mail: steve.surfaro@axis.com
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City of Chimbote
Location: P:eru
Abstract:

Chimbote is the largest city in the Ancash Region of Peru, and is also the capital of the Chimbote District in the Santa Province. Located on the coast, Chimbote is the oldest and largest fishing port in Peru with more than 30 fish factories housing some of the world’s finest fish-packing equipment. Chimbote is also the shipping center for sugarcane, cotton, and rice from the Santa valley. The city was largely destroyed

by an earthquake in 1970, and was reconstructed as a model city in the 1970s. In an effort to make the lives of its 450,000 residents more secure, improve law enforcement and reduce the crime rate, the city has implemented a video surveillance system to cover the main shopping areas, industrial areas, and neighborhoods where there had been an increasing incidence of criminal acts.



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Website:
Practitioner Name: Jeff Goodfellow
Practitioner Tel: (650) 799 0073
Practitioner E-mail: jeff.goodfellow@alvarion.com
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City of Hickory, NC
Location: USA
Abstract:

The City of Hickory sought to improve public safety by increasing the local police force effectiveness in key public areas. In addition, Hickory wanted to deploy ancillary services including public Wi-Fi and remote access for Hickory Police Department (HPD). It was apparent

that existing infrastructure did not service key video surveillance areas of the city and existing channel infrastructure in certain areas would not support the necessary communications cabling for cameras.

The Municipal Video Surveillance System (MVSS) project required complete coverage of a concentrated downtown area that encompasses Union Square public park which is surrounded by merchants and restaurants, the weekly Farmer’s Market - also a popular location for fairs

and festivals - Trade Alley and City Hall Parking. SALT Block, a city and educational facility and Ridgeview Public Library also required full video surveillance coverage although they fall outside the concentrated downtown area. The network can currently support a 5 mile radius with the potential to cover up to 50 square miles.

 

The Solution

The Result

Our Partner

The Challenge

Customer:
Hickory Police

Department

Area: Hickory NC, USA

Solution: BreezeACCESS® VL and

BreezeACCESS Wi2

Application: Video surveillance

Carolina Video Security,

Inc. (CVSI) is a provider

of advanced security,

surveillance, intrusion and

access control solutions

To improve public safety

and deploy ancillary services

including public Wi-Fi and

remote access

Deployment of a wireless

access infrastructure ideal

for the diverse needs of

the municipality, using

BreezeACCESS VL for

video connectivity and

BreezeACCESS Wi
2 for

public hot spots

Cost effective city wide

video surveillance coverage

Public hot spot access

utilizing the same network

Multiple frequency

utilization

Flexible video surveillance

camera expansion



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Website:
Practitioner Name: Jeff Goodfellow
Practitioner Tel: (650) 799 0073
Practitioner E-mail: jeff.goodfellow@alvarion.com
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Dallas Jubilee Park
Location: United States
Abstract:

In a zone particularly affected by crime and drug trafficking, installation of video surveillance equipment showed a marked improvement of the public safety situation, with a wireless solution cost-effective and easily deployed and expanded

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Website:
Practitioner Name: n/a
Practitioner Tel: (408) 399 7771
Practitioner E-mail: info@firetide.com
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District of Columbia Public Safety
Location: United States
Abstract:

Terrorist incidents requires immediate and rapid communications among multiple first-responders, including fire, police, and emergency medical services. The District of Columbia has implemented a cost-effective, high-speed, city-wide, wireless data network to enable the use of interoperable, broadband, wireless data applications for public safety communications. Using the Wireless Accelerated Responder Network, or WARN, first responders are able to use full-motion, high-resolution video monitoring and other bandwidth-intensive monitoring tools to immediately share time-critical information in the Washington DC area. District network users include police, fire, emergency management, corrections department, among several other agencies. WARN is an Orthagonal Frequency Division Multiplex (OFDM) network operating in the 700 MHz band under the provisions of a experimental license from the FCC. The project was spearheaded by Suzanne Peck, District of Columbia CTO, at an initial cost to the city of $2.7 million. Since its deployement, the network has been used to deal with a chemical spill at Cardozo High School, to protect the President at his second inauguration, to support public safety during the State of the Union Address, and to protect the public during the Fourth of July celebration on the National Mall.


Website:
Practitioner Name: Robert LeGrande
Practitioner Tel: 1-202-727-2189
Practitioner E-mail: Robert.legrande@dc.gov
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