Telemtry transmitters and controllers case studies

Raytec IR CCTV Captures Rare Wildlife Footage

WildlifeCCTV captures some never seen before footage using IR LED technology International wildlife specialists, WildlifeCCTV, have enlisted the help of CCTV lighting manufacturer Raytec to capture some never seen before footage, using the latest in Infra-Red LED technology.In the thick, dense, woods of North America, WildlifeCCTV were able to capture footage of a rare species of brown bear, known for its reclusive nature and its unusual mannerisms. Raytec's high performance, low energy, surface...

Indiana’s Department Of Transportation (INDOT) Deploys Proxim Wireless For State-wide Intelligent Transportation System

  Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) Deploys Proxim Wireless for Statewide Intelligent Transportation System In order to help monitor and manage traffic throughout the state, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) has deployed an end-to-end Proxim wireless network for a state-wide Intelligent Transportation System (ITS). This wireless network connects traffic and video components over hundreds of square miles throughout the Northwest Indiana and Indianapolis areas,...

Proxim's Tsunami Surveillance System Takes The Secure-way On The Egnatia Motorway

  Wireless networking technology enables users to easily install and deploy network video products in areas where Ethernet cabling is not readily availableIntroductionEgnatia Motorway is a modern, closed motorway 670 kilometres long and 24.5 metres wide over the greatest part of its length that runs across Epirus and Northern Greece from Igoumenitsa to Evros-Kipoi on the Turkish border. The Egnatia Motorway is one of the largest road construction projects in Europe and it is of vital i...

Post Falls Police Department Goes Wireless With Proxim's Tsunami Transmission System

Tsunami's security, power and performance have led to its increasing adoption by government agenciesThe Post Falls Police Department (PFPD) serves the 20,000 citizens of Post Falls, Idaho with over 30 officers. In the past, access to the network was only available while the officer was behind his/her desk at the police station or when dialling in via a cumbersome radio frequency modem. The radio frequency modem system was extremely slow and was abandoned in 1991 after approximately two years, le...