Date Added: Dec 2009
With a peak tourist population of over 1.5 million people during the summer months, Turkey's port city of Bodrum needed a video surveillance network to help ensure the security of both residents and tourists. In addition, Bodrum needed a solution that could monitor and secure the highly-trafficked port. Due to the size and scope of the network - as well as the inability to trench through the old city - deploying wired solutions was both impossible and cost-prohibitive. A city-wide wireless video surveillance network, connecting over 70 video surveillance cameras wirelessly and Proxim Wireless' Tsunami MP.16 3500 licensed band WiMAX radios were used to wirelessly backhaul all of the video cameras.