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This session develops the SMART city concept, which takes a look at harnessing wireless technology to extend city wide broadband. We have seen cities and towns across the world develop these ideas to …

This session develops the SMART city concept, which takes a look at harnessing wireless technology to extend city wide broadband. We have seen cities and towns across the world develop these ideas to help optimise traffic flow, improve parking management, create eco cities with smart metre readers, to public safety enhancements through wireless video surveillance.

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  • Slide 2: Advancing the way the world connects As we head into the 21st century the way people connect to one another and to information continues to evolve. Today more than ever people are increasingly mobile. Broadband and wireless technologies are available nearly wherever we go. That puts our world at an inflection point. Video is moving from prime time to “my time.” Consumers are now producers of content as well as an audience. Public safety officials are using wireless technology to ensure communities safety. Mobile business persons expect the same access to information whether they are inside or outside the four walls of their offices. Yet, one size does not fit all in this era of widespread connectivity. It is not just devices connecting to networks and devices; it is about people reaching out to one another. At Motorola we are advancing the way people connect to enhance peoples experiences – whether it is talking to their friend on the phone or accessing information while on the move to make an important business decision. The human factor makes mobility a priority. Humans are nomads. We live, work and play in many locations.
  • Motorola coined the term – MWAN Mesh Wide Area Networks – for outdoor deployments Just like WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network – for Indoor environments This slide shows our traditional target markets. 802.11n enhances them by delivering higher bandwidth, expansion of new applications, and lower cost of ownership Public Safety – streaming high bandwidth data to/from a police car Public Transportation – video to and from buses and trains and passenger WiFi access Video surveillance and video backhaul - just to name a few In the industrial market space this will supplement a MEA network with high bandwidth video backhaul and support for standard wifi clients
  • Feature and data/voice privileges correlate closely to status resulting in a typology driven by range of mobility and level of status.
  • The ADEPT antenna technology, as mentioned before, is a Motorola proprietary design to accentuate the capabilities of a MIMO designed radio Horizontal and vertical polarization provide for two paths for data transmission Software configurable down tilt provides for focused client coverage The four antennas form a more uniform omnidirectional patter
  • As well as client security, intra mesh security prevents attackers with another AP 7181 from intruding on the network without the proper credentials.
  • So now that we know why 802.11n is needed and a little bit about how it improves outdoor access, lets take a quick look at the AP 7181. It uses a full 3x3x2 MIMO to utilize all of .11n capabilities Each radio delivers a full watt of RF power The ADEPT antenna is customer designed to deliver the highest performing Omni coverage on all radios It uses patterned path selection engine MeshConnex for best in class Path selection and network stability It is supported by One Point wireless Suite for network planning and management And when deployed with the .11n AP7131 provides true indoor/outdoor networking

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  • 1. Municipal Services Networks Improving Cities through Private Broadband Technologies Ian Bayly Sales Director Wireless Network Solutions
  • 2. Agenda
    • Municipal Challenges Today
    • Wireless Technology Advancements
    • Motorola’s City Mesh Solution
    • Case Studies
  • 3. Changing the Way we Connect
  • 4. Growth in Broadband Services
  • 5. Pressures on Organisations Today
    • Attract businesses and jobs
    • Ensure public safety
    • Support all residents
    • Reduce operating expenses
    Do More With Less – Be “Smart” Applies to cities, campuses and other large facilities
  • 6. Smart City Concepts
    • Collect real-time information
    • Harness technology
    • Anticipate and respond faster
      • Traffic optimisation
      • Smart utilities
      • Parking management
      • Video
      • Access control
      • Mobile LAN access
  • 7. Public Access Residential and visitor carrier offload Transportation Video to/from buses & trains Traffic light control Public Safety Police, EMS and Fire Education Outdoor campus coverage Utilities Smart metering for water, gas, electric & refuse Video Surveillance Wireless backhaul for camera monitoring Can one high capacity network support all of these applications? Many Uses for Wireless Broadband Networks
  • 8. The Evolution of Municipal Networks City-Wide Voice Basic Communications Public Safety Public Works Mutual Aid City-Wide Data Electronic Communications IT Backbone Command Center 999/112/Dispatch City-Wide Wireless Broadband Mobilised Communications Asset Management Video Surveillance Incident Management City-owned wireless networks are quickly becoming a necessary tool to manage city operations and services.
  • 9.
    • City-Wide Broadband Using 802.11n Technology
  • 10. The Progression of Wi-Fi Bandwidth (Mbps in 20 MHz channel) Year Ratified 1999 802.11 802.11b 802.11a 2003 2009 802.11g 11 Mbps 54 Mbps 54 Mbps 54 Mbps 150 Mbps 150 Mbps 2.4 GHz 5.X GHz *Gartner Market Dynamics: Enterprise WLAN Equipment, Worldwide, 2010-2014 (April 2010) 802.11n
    • Today over 144 million WiFi devices are
    • used in businesses worldwide.
    • By 2014 this number will grow to almost
    • 500 million devices.
  • 11. Low Cost WiFi Infrastructure
    • Use advanced WiFi technology to create a private network which is inexpensive to deploy and maintain.
      • No spectrum to purchase
      • Multiple transmitters for reliable coverage
      • Multiple receivers for strong links and fewer nodes
      • Fully compatible with the WiFi devices you already own
  • 12. The Ideal Citywide Solution
    • A single network which would offer:
      • Low cost
      • High capacity
      • Reliable and secure service for all users
    • Outdoor WiFi Mesh Technology
  • 13. 11n = High Capacity Private Network
    • Fibre speed connections throughout the network coverage area using wireless:
      • Multi-radio 802.11n technology
      • Advanced multi-polarity antenna
      • Outdoor link management
      • Full mobility supported throughout the network
  • 14. Network Capacity at the Mesh Layer Single stream 11n 5.8 GHz 20 MHz channel 65 Mbps burst data rate Vertical polarisation only 3x3 MIMO Dual stream 11n 5.8 GHz 40 MHz channel 300 Mbps burst data rate Vertical and horizontal polarisation offers true diversity
  • 15.
    • ADEPT stands for AD vanced E lement P anel T echnology
      • Superior antenna system design
      • Integrated vertical and horizontal polarization for every band
      • More compact and aesthetic – gives more choices for mounting locations
      • No coverage gaps from multi-antenna “shadowing” or “notching”
    What is ADEPT?
  • 16. Reliable and Secure
    • A network needs to support all user groups reliably – The AP 7181 helps by using:
      • ADEPT Dual Polarity antennas for improved coverage
      • Motorola MeshConnex ™ routing
      • 16 virtual networks on each radio
      • Multi-layer WPA-2 enterprise class security
  • 17.
    • Client access security includes:
      • WPA, WPA2-PSK, WEP, 802.11i, RADIUS, 802.1X (includes EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS)
      • Strongest WiFi security available
      • Used by the U.S. federal government
    • Encryption is accomplished with WEP, AES-CCM, and TKIP
    • Secure Mesh with AES protects the node to node communications
    • Authentication is achieved with 802.1x (Infrastructure/Client) and MAC address hardware authentication
    Complete Security
  • 18.
    • The AP 7181 offers
      • High performance 802.11n radios
      • 300 Mbps high capacity mesh layer
      • Proprietary ADEPT antenna system
      • MeshConnex™ routing engine
      • Seamless indoor/outdoor connectivity
    Elevate Bandwidth to the n th Power
  • 19.
    • Smart City Examples
  • 20. Case Study: Barcelona, Spain The Vision Motorola Solution Motorola Solution Value
    • City wide wi-fi network design exclusively for municipality use
    • Extend LAN network outdoors
    • Enhanced productivity and security
    • Optimisation of city mobility services
    • Eighteen specific applications to be supported by the network
    • Global Digital City of Excellence
    • 400+ Motorola MWAN 4300 series
    • Mounted on city traffic lights
    • Expansion planned to cover entire city
    • Positioning Barcelona as test centre of new innovative third party applications.
    • Key applications include fixed and mobile cameras, traffic light controllers, parking management, GIS applications and mobile intranet access for the municipality’s management team.
    • Trusted vendor with technology leadership
  • 21. Case Study: Toledo, Spain
    • Problem
    • Motorola
    • Solution
    • Motorola Solution Value
    • Toledo a municipality located in central Spain, 70 km south of Madrid.
    • UNESCO World Heritage Site
    • Population of 78,618 and an area of 232.1 km²
    • Challenge - how to reduce urban traffic
    • Toledo installed a new Urban Mesh network for traffic management, throughout the city centre
    • Wireless connecting CCTV cameras
    • Result
    • System live in December 2008
    • Installation was completed in under 1 month thanks to Duo small size and EMS
  • 22. Case Study: Hollywood, Florida Problem Motorola Solution Motorola Solution Value
    • High cellular data costs
    • Lost revenue from parking
    • Poor management of water resources
    • 700 Motorola MWAN 4300 series APs for city-wide access (2.4 / 4.9)
    • Motorola Point-to-Multipoint and Point-to-Point for connection to fiber
    • Wireless water meters
    • Smart parking meters
    • The city expects to achieve over $23M in savings over the next 15 years.
  • 23. Case Study: Stratford, Ontario Problem Motorola Solution Motorola Solution Value
    • Energy conservation goal that required smart metering
    • Goal to drive economic development through its Smart City initiative
    • Many public agencies that use cellular data extensively
    • 400 Motorola AP 7181 11n access points for full city coverage
    • Motorola GPON AXS1800 fiber-Ethernet system provides backhaul.
    • The network was designed using BroadbandPlanner.
    • Motorola One Point Wireless Manager is managing the network.
    • Stratford will be brought into the forefront of Canada’s energy
    • conservation programs and broadband technology initiatives.
    • The network is already exceeding expectations.
    “ When we looked at the spectrum for the scan and what we needed to achieve in building a carrier grade network for our community there was only one partner that really met the objective and that was Motorola.” Dan Mathieson, Mayor of the City of Stratford
  • 24. [email_address] + 447710637397
    • Dev
    • Bank
    • Dept of
    • Edu.
    • Gov’mt
    • University
    • Operators
    • Business
    • Dept
    • Health
    • Regulators
    • Consumer
    • Rural
    • Dev
    • Schools
    • Public
    • Safety
  • 25. Municipality Applications
    • Automate Manual Processes
      • Parking Monitoring -- Meter Reading
      • Hollywood, FL is funding their network through cost savings like these
    • Improve Personnel Efficiency and Accuracy
      • Full mobile office -- Remote ticket writing from scene Providence, RI experienced a 20% increase in in-field time from each officer
    • Reduce Crime  Save Budgets
      • Public space wireless cameras -- In-car monitoring of video Los Angeles saw 30%+ decrease in crime when cameras went in.
    • Turn Fiber Grants into City Networks
      • Wired speed without digging -- Deploy city mesh for same price
      • Faster Deployment -- Easier to expand or attach
      • Stimulus package will include many grants for fiber expansion – City IT, DOT, HSA
    • Traffic Optimization
    • - Dynamic traffic light management -- Utilise existing CCTV networks
    • Eliminate Leased Line Costs
      • Traffic controllers -- Fixed Cameras
      • Parking Pay Boxes -- SCADA
    • Industry estimate of £370 annual ROI per user for WLAN How much more for connectivity OUTSIDE the office?