BelAir gear fighting crime in Georgia

Wireless technology from BelAir Networks is being deployed to combat crime in two communities in the state of Georgia. The Ottawa-BelAir.jpgbased maker of wireless mesh nodes says the Temple Police Department and the Athens suburb of Washington have “cut the cord” for their new public safety communication networks. In the city of Temple, near the Georgia border with Alabama, police have installed a wireless mesh network to help reduce interstate crime, drug trafficking, prostitution, theft and DUI-related accidents, while the town of Washington has deployed a wireless surveillance network to protect citizens and the many tourists that visit the picturesque community. Together, the networks feature IP-based CCTV cameras to monitor high-crime areas, mobile cameras for police vehicles and wireless voice capability – all supported by BelAir infrastructure.

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