Video Surveillance Analytics and Wireless Network 'Marriage' To Be Investigated

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HauteSpot Networks' CEO Bob Ehlers will be discussing the intimate relationship between wireless networks and video surveillance as part of the International Security Conference and Expo to be held in Las Vegas on April 2-4, 2008.

"The Perfect Marriage -- Wireless Surveillance and Edge Analytics" will be presented by HauteSpot Networks Corporation CEO Bob Ehlers as part of ISC (International Security Conference and Expo) West 2008 to be held at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday April 3, 2008.

Surveillance cameras need to be placed in locations that are not always easy to wire, hence the need for reliable, high bandwidth, low latency wireless broadband connectivity. But broadband wireless technologies lack the stability and consistency of wired networks, which most current video cameras and encoders assume to be present. A new paradigm for more tightly coupled IP video and wireless broadband is needed.

In this innovative educational session, Mr. Ehlers will show the relationship between wireless connectivity and video and how the two technologies can be converged into a single solution that optimizes performance and improves scalability. The key to this relationship is the use of simple video analytics and a communications protocol between video cameras/encoders and wireless network devices.

With an introduction to wireless networking protocols and topologies including 802.11 WiFi, 802.16 WiMAX, COFDM, Ultrawideband UWB, mesh, and multicast streaming, IPTV, then moving into video compression and encoding technologies such as MPEG and MJPEG and concluding with the discussion of how the two sets of technologies must be managed together, the presentation promises to be both entertaining and educational. This is an ideal course for those in homeland security, enterprise security, service providers, law enforcement and public safety.

About Hautespot Networks
From 20 yards to 20 miles, from CCTV to HD Broadcast production, HauteSpot Networks wireless technology allows any camera or weather station to be located virtually anywhere.

HauteSpot Networks' team of seasoned professionals from the embedded telecommunications and IP multimedia industries set out 2 years ago to develop, and is now currently selling, patent pending wireless technology specifically optimized for the needs of the rapidly growing video surveillance, environmental monitoring, and broadcast production markets.

Our existing customers such as the U.S. Military and Federal Law Enforcement already rely on our wireless solutions to carry high definition real-time video and weather data from remote locations back to wired broadband networks.

HauteSpot Networks' high performance modular wireless routing platform can be easily configured to meet the most demanding needs of HD broadcast, surveillance, environmental monitoring and OEM customers. HauteSpot Networks' proprietary HauteLineTM protocol supports wireless video streaming at rates up to 65Mbps with low latency, no jitter, and predictable delay variation.

Founded in 2002 in San Luis Obispo, California, HauteSpot Networks Corporation is privately held.

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