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Public Safety Application

Netronics: Empowering the Community

As Public Safety issues grow increasingly more complex to address, the end goal still remains straightforward: to empower the community with reliable security services and enable the routine of daily life to proceed comfortably


Don’t leave Public Safety hanging on a wire: Securing the community with Broadband Wireless

Making Public Safety work in the community entails a vast web of independently mandated departments, from law enforcement agencies and first responder units to firefighters, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), hospitals and beyond. Getting all of these players “on the same page” can often mean the difference between crisis and control.

The key to it all? Seamless, inter-departmental networking empowered by Netronics broadband wireless systems. Wireless enables every agency to communicate freely with its counterparts by making mission-critical data, video feeds and mobile services available in real-time to all the links in the public safety chain.

When networking requires the ultimate in reliable infrastructure to ensure public safety - the choice is Netronics. From linking together video surveillance feeds from roadways, city centers and shopping malls to connecting the campuses of various public safety agencies and providing mobile broadband for officials on-the-move, networking with traditional landline infrastructure is just too difficult.

Beyond the physical obstacles involved in trenching cable virtually everywhere, there is the expense. Leasing dedicated E1 or T1 lines for public safety purposes is a costly recurring expenditure that city finance planners can ill afford.

Don’t leave Public Safety hanging on a wire

Netronics industry-leading wireless systems link together Public Safety agencies in a network that is independent of landline infrastructure. They enable real-time, mobile broadband access to critical databases, seamless voice services, live video feeds from geographically-spread surveillance cameras and a host of other services. Wireless literally creates a new and more efficient paradigm for public safety agencies to work together, save costs and significantly utilize existing manpower more effectively.

Netronics in the Oil Field: As Rugged asthe People, Places, and Machines it Must Connect

Surveillance and Monitoring
Miles of unprotected pipeline make an attractive target. Expensive wellhead equipment can be vandalized. Netronics solutions enable you to efficiently keep an eye on your remote high value sites, for both security and operational data.

Building connectivity
Seismic surveys create vast amounts of data in remote locations. Now that data can be wirelessly sent back to headquarters for immediate analysis.

Enhanced security services
Tie in your wholly-owned, Netronics wireless network to local shops, malls, bank networks, roadways and more. The public will feel safer and public safety agencies will enjoy quicker response times and more effective handling of the myriad incidents they deal with – from stopping a crime in progress, to arriving on the scene of a traffic jam or rushing to fight a fire in a warehouse on the outskirts of town.

Video surveillance
Video surveillance has proven to be an effective means for both deterring and solving crime in a wide variety of community settings. But fixed camera networks are ineffective without the means to deliver images to the wide variety of players who need to access them. The flexible deployment and built-in cost efficiency of Netronics wireless systems make it the ideal delivery network for video-based security applications. Applicable in industrial zones, warehouses, remote mission critical facilities, high crime/high risk areas and beyond, wireless makes surveillance simple. No need to access the local fiber network (if there even is one); simply position a camera with an attached wireless unit wherever you need it and images are ready for quick relay throughout the network. Firefighters, police patrol cars and rescue workers can view an incident prior to their arrival on the scene and save precious time in assessing how to respond.

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