Video has long been on the front line when providing security for places and activities such as the Super Bowl or school campuses. When people speak of video security in public locations, it is typically being used for crime prevention or detection, crowd control, accessing the 911 network or securing critical infrastructure. Public locales include airports, parking lots, school campuses, temporary events or even entire cities such as downtown London.
The challenge is how to connect these cameras and security devices when often times there is no fiber or copper available and the capacity/latency needs of today outstrip the capabilities of legacy 5GHz wireless systems. Siklu’s Fixed 5G mmWave solution have been stepping up to this challenge for over a decade, and our latest product portfolio introductions are intended to keep pace with the rapidly evolving security network needs. Evolutions such as video analytics and AI to process the vast amounts of data being collected.
During this one-hour session we covered in detail:
Robert Clement from Blue Violet Networks also joined us to discuss his experiences in deploying a mmWave security network on a large college campus.