Mesh Wireless Video Camera POD

Mesh Wireless Video Camera POD
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Type: MESH Wide Area Networks
Brand: Zebra Technologies
Model: MESH POD

Motorola's Mesh Camera POD is an instantly deployable, mesh enabled, wireless video solution. Integrating Motorola's Mobility Enabled Access (MEA) technology directly into Sony's — IPELA® camera has created a solution that is robust, portable and more cost effective than conventional wireless video systems. Utilizing either licensed 4.9GHz or unlicensed 2.4GHz frequencies, the Mesh Camera POD (Portable on Demand) can be quickly deployed to create instant video surveillance at incident scenes or special events. Users can wirelessly access high quality video feeds while stationary or while traveling at highway speeds.

Features:

Fast Deployment for Incident Response and Event Video Surveillance
The integrated POD design and scalability of Motorola's Mesh Camera provides an ideal solution for temporary deployments at events that require video surveillance. Since the mesh network self-forms when the cameras are powered up, video monitoring can be instantly deployed to improve situational awareness and incident response. Mobility Enabled Access (MEA) technology offers the ability to quickly scale up the video system by simply adding mesh enabled cameras, clients or other mesh devices to expand coverage. 

Portable on Demand
The Mesh Camera POD kit includes the Sony SNC-RZ50-MT wireless video camera, a vandal resistant dome, rugged tripod mount, antenna and two mesh cards at either 4.9GHz or 2.4GHz. One card is inserted into the camera and the other into a PC, laptop, or PDA with a PCMCIA Type 2 slot. Mesh Camera POD domes and cameras are powered by an included 12V DC deployable battery designed to function for over eight hours on a single charge. The entire kit is packaged in a rugged carrying case for portability on demand. 

Dynamic Mobile Video
Intelligent MEA technology routing supports high speed mobility. Mesh Cameras can send video signals to moving clients even while the cameras are moving at vehicluar speeds.