RADWIN (www.radwin.com), a global provider of sub-6 GHz broadband wireless solutions, has announced that the city of Herzliya, Israel deployed the RADWIN 2000 high capacity point-to-point systems for a SAFE CITY video surveillance project.
RADWIN 2000 connect video cameras installed throughout the city to the police headquarters, facilitating immediate detection and response to criminal activity and security breaches. Mer Systems, a system integrator and a subsidiary of Mer Group Security Division and RADWIN’s partner, was in charge of project design and implementation.
Rotem Yoeli, CEO of Mer Group Security Division: “The city of Herzliya is exceedingly pleased with the RADWIN-based surveillance network. It empowers them to react in seconds to potentially dangerous situations and significantly enhance citizen and visitor safety. RADWIN’s systems deliver real-time video with highest image quality and their unique air interface overcomes severe interference from free city Wi-Fi access points.”
RADWIN PtP transmit high-quality video from public areas to police headquarters
Roni Weinberg, RADWIN’s EVP Global Business: “RADWIN and Mer Systems are providing Herzliya with a high-performance wireless video surveillance network to boost public safety and reduce crime in the city. RADWIN’s wireless systems have been chosen for hundreds of smart city projects globally, and our extensive portfolio of point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and FiberinMotion® mobility solutions are helping municipalities and police forces to effectively secure their cities.”
RADWIN is a global provider of wireless Point-to-Point, Point-to-Multipoint and FiberinMotion solutions for broadband-in-motion. RADWIN’s solutions deliver voice, video and data with unmatched high-capacity for long ranges.
Mer Systems, a subsidiary of the Mer Group Security Division, is a system integrator providing turnkey security, safety and communication projects to governmental authorities, municipalities, military forces and private organizations throughout the world.