Mesh Helps Public Safety Keep an Eye Out

Smith, Brad
February 2008
Wireless Week;2/1/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p20
Trade Publication
The article discusses the installation of wireless mesh surveillance network, MotoMesh from Motorola Inc., to help public safety in the U.S. Police departments, transportation agencies and other government units in the U.S. are installing mesh networks to have real-time surveillance in some problematic areas. However, the American Civil Liberties Union is complaining that use of the system could interfere with freedom of speech.


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