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Successful Migration from Analog to Digital Video Traffic Surveillance

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  Case Study

Successful Migration from Analog to Digital Video Traffic Surveillance


The advantages of traffic surveillance cameras have become broadly acknowledged over the past several decades, and seeing multiple video cameras at a single intersection is now common in major cities throughout the world. However, video surveillance technology has evolved rapidly, and in recent years the adoption of IP over analog systems has become a major trend. This has created many new and unusual challenges in network design and implementation.

  The Challenge

A city with a population of over two million came to the conclusion that it was time to upgrade their city-wide traffic video surveillance from analog to digital. To monitor an expanding urban center, legacy CCTV cameras and coaxial cables were becoming inefficient and unsuitable for application across an ever-growing area...... read more


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