Colorado utility turns to microwave backhaul for video surveillance

November 2009
Urgent Communications;Nov2009, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p8
Trade Publication
The article discusses the use of microwave radio system from Exalt Communications to backhaul surveillance videos. To protect myriad wells and reservoirs in Castle Rock, Colorado from vandalism, cameras were installed for surveillance. Microwave backhaul was the choice because Castle Rock wants to eventually be able to support other applications including transmission of diagrams to field personnel and automatic vehicle location.


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