Working with Government
Effective, rapidly deployable security solutions
Due to increasing threats to our national security, government organisations are working harder than ever to ensure civilians and public assets are protected and secure. We are the pioneer in our field. We work with legislative bodies to provide wireless security solutions that reduce the risks of terrorism, extortion and theft.
Not that every challenge is caused by threats to security; communications continuity in both remote rural and busy urban environments, as well as during natural disasters, can equally be a challenge to government-controlled infrastructure. Wavesight’s incisive network solutions can make all the difference between management and disorder.
Connecting the latest surveillance camera systems with cable or fibre is not always possible, or cost effective, so a wireless option is the only way.
Wavesight enables your fixed video system to function as though it were wired. Base stations with the world’s high data throughput easily deliver enough capacity for today’s network and tomorrow’s expansion.
Security and safety, for both property and personnel, is vital in many industries. Video surveillance systems need to be dependable, and optimized to perform at the highest possible calibre.
The need for integrated communication solutions combined with increasing data demands means that control rooms and first responders need communication capabilities they can depend on. In an emergency situation, every second count, reliable and robust in communications are imperative.
Backhauling voice and data traffic remote from several radios to strategically locate links the Command Centre when no cable exists.
Easily integrated into your existing communications, Wavesight helps you protect utility assets with the ability to apply security applications on the network without sacrificing critical bandwidth and latency for the time sensitive applications that can be carried on the Wavesight network.
Smart highways and smart cities integrate multiple information and communication technology solutions securely to manage a city’s assets. Wavesight technologies enable the smart city concept. The aim of the smart city is to improve quality of life by using urban informatics and technology to deliver services efficiently.
Wirelessly transporting voice and data traffic from remote locations to an central location where no cable connection exists, has advantages: lower cost-to-deploy, ease of installation, little or no maintenance, and offers the same or better user experience, with no recurring monthly expenses.
Transportation hubs such as airports, seaports and train stations are a high priority for security. In addition to anti-terrorism protection, authorities are concerned about many issues including smuggling, safety, anti-theft and management. Connectivity to wide coverage surveillance cameras is mission critical and must be reliable at all times.
Wavesight radios provide connectivity that is highly reliable. They can be used to provide connectivity beyond the reach of tradition wire-line. They are also perfect for backup. For roadways and railways undergoing construction Wavesight can provide temporary connectivity links that can be easily moved to a different stretch of roadway or railway when needed.
Impressively low latencies and high capacity combined with data management ensures that your critical communications get transmitted in real time and remain uncompromised regardless of distance and landscape.
Today most fibre connectivity is used for backhauling requirements, but sometimes it is not a viable solution because of its high cost and the impracticality of laying fibre in busy cities or difficult terrain. In these circumstances, wireless backhaul is the best solution.
FIXED WIRELESS ACCESS – THE FIRST AND LAST MILE
Fixed Wireless Access is an application that connects stationary or ‘fixed’ user equipment located at the edge of the communications network to the network core via a wireless connection. Also referred to as “The First or Last Mile,” it is the beginning or final connection between customer equipment and the network core.
Running fibre cables over wide areas for a small number of customers may not be feasible or economic. The viable and proven alternative is wireless point-to-multipoint (PMP) radio system. Here, a sector base station (the point in PMP) is located above ground level and transmits over a line-of-sight path to multiple remote terminals (the multi-points) connected to users.
Locating three or four sector base stations can provide a 360-degree coverage area, serving dozens of remote terminals. In a telecom service application, base stations deliver high-speed broadband signals to remote terminals, located at businesses or residences. For industrial markets, the remote terminals can connect to sensors and CCTV and offer remote monitoring and control of critical field operations.
Supplemental networks allow end-users in industrial, government and enterprise markets to operate their own private wireless network independently and separate from public commercial wireless networks.
It allows for sharing facilities with other organisations without the concern of network security, as well as control over operations without RF interference from nearby radios, and without being subjected to prioritisation if traffic is carried over a commercial cellular network.
A private broadband communications network for first responders has many benefits for public safety agencies. However, a national public safety broadband network’s reach may be limited to cell sites installed on public network infrastructure, such as cell towers.
A supplemental high-speed, low latency point-to-multipoint wireless network provides greater video coverage over wide areas in a secure and reliable manner.
Three of the most critical and demanding backhaul applications are:
Video applications: the backhaul system needs to fulfil the throughput requirements of carrying multiple streams of data while maintaining low-latency, as video surveillance is a real-time application which is sensitive to latency.
Backhauling data for a cellular network: This requires low-latency over the backhaul link, as well as high throughput rate. So this requires a solution that not only provides high throughput, but also maintains low latency.
Corporate networks: The three major requirements of backhauling corporate networks, regardless of the application, are reliability, throughput and security. Businesses depend on these links and need timely availability of the data, so it is critical that the links installed for these applications are extremely reliable and secure.
Wireless radios deployed in Manama
Wireless radios deployed un the City of Mumbai
Wireless radios deployed across Adani ports in India
Wireless radios deployed across Anglian Water sites in the UK
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