IWCE 2010: Wireless Killer Apps - Mobile Real-time Video Surveillance

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IWCE 2010: Wireless Killer Apps - Mobile Real-time Video Surveillance

  1. 1. Mobile Real-time Video Surveillance Ksenia Coffman, Firetide IWCE 2010: Wireless Killer Apps March 12, 2010 1
  2. 2. Users of Wireless Video Surveillance Public Safety Municipalities Transportation Industrial Utilities Service Providers Federal/Military 2
  3. 3. Wireless Options 3
  4. 4. Point to Point Pros Dedicated connection Highest bandwidth for backhaul Cons Does not scale; no flexibility Single point of failure 4
  5. 5. Point to Multi-Point Pros Simplicity of design Cost effective when tall assets are available Cons Limited scalability: bandwidth divided by # of subscribers LOS required to each subscriber unit Base station creates a single point of failure 5
  6. 6. Multi-Point to Multi-Point (Mesh) Pros Reach & scalability with multi-hop connections Flexibility – can be deployed a PtP, PtMP or mesh Distributed intelligence vs command-and-control approach of PtMP Cons Variable performance from different vendors More complex design vs PtP or PtMP 6
  7. 7. Mobile Real-time Video – Killer App Enabled by Mesh 7
  8. 8. Mobile Video: Real-time Visibility 8
  9. 9. Wireless-enabled Campus 9
  10. 10. Cal State Long Beach PD 37 cameras How used Overt surveillance Integrated with dispatch Wireless offload for ALPR cameras Funding PD budget 10
  11. 11. Outfitting Patrol with Mobile Video 11
  12. 12. Transit Security 12
  13. 13. Video Streaming: Seoul Subway World’s first subway installation of this kind Real-time video from trains @ 50 mph Extremely harsh conditions 13
  14. 14. Wireless ‘Look-in’: MBTA, Boston • 500 busses, 8 cameras each • Mobile-to-mobile surveillance • Passenger and operator safety; liability protection 14
  15. 15. Critical Infrastructure & Industrial Ops 15
  16. 16. Open Pit Mining Diagnostics & weight data Video surveillance – operator safety & location 16
  17. 17. Key Requirements for Mobile Video Fixed and/or mobile infrastructure High throughput Low latency < 1.5 ms per hop Low packet jitter (variation in latency) Zero packet loss & end-to-end QoS Specialized infrastructure required APs not suitable for real-time, high-bandwidth mobile video surveillance 17
  18. 18. Wireless Saves Time, Money LA County Sheriff’s Dept. Buffalo, NY Rockford, IL Denver / DNC ‘08 Dallas, TX NASA Dryden Yuma Intl Airport Downtown Chicago 18
  19. 19. Thank You! For a copy of the presentation, please contact: Ksenia Coffman, Firetide kcoffman@firetide.com See more case studies at: www.firetide.com/video2 Follow Firetide on twitter: http://twitter.com/firetide 19

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