Increase public safety, improve services and spur economic development with Redline broadband wireless systems designed to meet the needs of municipalities, utilities, police, hospitals, and schools.
Local and state governments are increasingly looking to technology to satisfy the demand for more public services. They need to extend and enhance services across their communities and seek innovative solutions for their M2M applications.
Governments worldwide use Virtual Fiberâ„¢, Redlineâ€™s next generation broadband wireless technology, to:
Improve Public Security
Improve public safety and protect employees, property and vital assets.
Create Reliable Networks
Connect campuses, schools, and hospital facilities to distribute applications or share data.
Connect Utilities Operations
Reduce costs and ensure reliable delivery of sewer, water, and energy services.
Bridge the Digital Divide
Provide Internet access to schools and communities to improve education and economic prospects.
Redlineâ€™s Virtual Fiberâ„¢ technology is software manageable and upgradable to easily handle a variety of M2M applications- from Data Acquisition to Video Surveillance.
Improved Safety and Reduce Congestion
The Utah Department of Transportation improved safety and reduced traffic congestion with Redline Virtual Fiber in an M2M application that connects closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras, variable message signs and ramp sensors. Redline was selected because of its capacity, performance and ability to cover the area quickly and at much less cost than laying miles of fiber.
Municipalities and states in Mexico have successfully improved security for citizens and tourists by installing a wireless video surveillance network throughout the city with Redlineâ€™s rugged broadband wireless products equipped with VideoLINK software. Redlineâ€™s products were chosen because their high capacity and long range enable more high-resolution video cameras to be reliably connected.
Connect remote offices or locations, and reduce the cost of delivering services throughout the community with Redline Virtual Fiberâ„¢ technology. Redlineâ€™s industry leading capacity, bandwidth, and security features combine to deliver high-speed, reliable wireless connectivity to locations where traditional fiber installation is cost prohibitive or simply not feasible.
Reduce costs and ensure reliable delivery of sewer, water, and energy services using Redlineâ€™s rugged wireless broadband products and robust SmartLINK software for utility M2M applications. Redline offers industry leading capacity, range, and real-time performance to extend central SCADA / AMI systems to remote Smart Grids, water filtration and sewer treatment plants.Connect offshore platforms and provide ship-to-shore broadband M2M communications to network operation centers with Redlineâ€™s advanced wireless technology that minimizes the effects of fading and reflections over water and allows the use of smaller antennas for less wind load.
Police and fire services and private security companies are using Redlineâ€™s wireless video surveillance solutions to improve public safety and protect employees, property and vital assets. Cover more area with more high-resolution video surveillance cameras and get the highest quality video with Redlineâ€™s discreet broadband wireless products and powerful VideoLINK software.
Improve health care services and eliminate monthly leased line costs using Redlineâ€™s private network solution to connect campuses and hospital facilities and distribute applications or share data.Speed diagnosis by sharing high resolution medical images and other diagnostic data with Redlineâ€™s industry leading bandwidth and low latency.
Network World Lists Redline as One of 10 Most Interesting Cisco Partners
According to a recent Network World article, Redline was recently listed as one of the 10 most interesting Cisco partners seen at Cisco Live, the companyâ€™s European User Conference.
Discussing Network Challenges for Digital Oilfields in Basra
The growing importance of digital oilfields in enhanced oil recovery was highlighted at this show, as well as the general need to have the capability to connect people in the field with employees in offices, and machines to other machines in M2M communications.