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Wireless Surveillance For Traffic Monitoring Seminar

DVTel : 09 March, 2010  (Technical Article)
DVTel and Fluidmesh Networks are holding a Webinar from 11am to 12 Noon ET on March 18th on the use of wireless video surveillance technology as a means of monitoring road traffice
Highways are a fundamental piece of our transportation system. Due to their fundamental role in today's society, there has been an increasing interest in the recent years from traffic authorities to be able to monitor traffic along highways and major intersections and to be able to provide support in case of emergency. A video surveillance system can provide such a service but the size of the deployment, the lack of an existing data infrastructure, and the requirements of traffic authorities pose some challenges which need to be overcome. A flexible Video Management System and a top notch wireless infrastructure are the bread and butter of CCTV system for traffic control and two ammunitions you need to have in your portfolio if you decide to go after this business.

DVTel, a leader in IP based video surveillance systems, and Fluidmesh Networks, a leader in IP-based wireless systems for security applications, have partnered up to give you additional insight in designing, deploying and successfully maintain a video surveillance system for traffic control.

Topics covered in the webinar:

* The Problem - what was this transportation customer trying to solve when looking at their solution?
* The Requirements - what were the goals for the system that they would ultimately choose
* The Solution - discuss all the parts of the solution and how it met the customer needs
* The Highs and The Lows- what went well and lessons learned
* Q&A
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