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Video surveillance boasts 3G connection in Sochi

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The strong demand for fixed-dome and 180/360-degree network cameras products, whose global unit shipments are forecast to increase by more than 60 percent year-on-year, according to IHS’s market research figures, come with yet another twist, 3G connectivity.

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M2M connectivity solution provider Telit Wireless Solutions announced that its GT863-3G terminals equip about 1,300 buses in Sochi’s transport infrastructure, to support live video streaming from on-board security cameras to the Winter Games security and surveillance service centre.

“The buses are an integral part of the infrastructure in place to support athletes and visitors at Sochi’s 2014 Winter Olympic Games and the high-speed data link makes it possible for live video to be streamed from the buses to the Games’ security apparatus”, says the company in a statement.

The Intelligent Transportation Systems: ITS-City project, involved several large companies including a systems integrator responsible for adding the camera systems to the buses. Top coordination was the job of NIS-GLONASS also in charge of Moscow’s very large ITS-City and many other GLONASS projects throughout Russia.

 

Visit Telit Wireless Solutions at www.telit.com

 

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