Hungarian city’s network is used to complete the city-wide monitoring system

Infinet Wireless announced that the Hungarian city of Kaposvar completed the first major phase of its city-wide monitoring project using CCTV and broadband wireless technologies supplied by the company and implemented through Infinet Wireless’ local Hungarian partner Sinus Networks.

With its high resolution video and audio capture and recording capability, the system is designed not only to monitor crime and anti-social behaviour in public areas but also to provide telemetry, traffic and vehicle information around the region.

Kaposvar has taken a unique architectural approach to designing the system, basing the entire ‘physical’ network purely on wireless technology rather than the traditional copper or fibre architecture typically utilised in these types of networks.

Infinet’s InfiMan 2×2 P2MP (point to multipoint) wireless platform forms the key building block of the wireless network, providing high capacity, broadband wireless network coverage to multiple key camera locations from each single unit.

The CCTV surveillance system is now fully operational and operating, with more than half of the planned camera sites now installed and monitoring key areas of the city.


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