Complete Turnkey Standalone Remote Surveillance System, Just add Sunlight!

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Innovation delivered by AvaLAN Wireless, Mobotix and Sloan Security Group

Solar Powered Remote Surveillance System

Solar Powered Remote Surveillance System

This new technology innovation offered by AvaLAN Wireless, Mobotix and Sloan could change the way remote surveillance is conducted in the future, said Matt Nelson , CEO of AvaLAN Wireless.

AvaLAN Wireless Systems, Inc., providers of outdoor long range industrial wireless Ethernet products, together with Mobotix, a leading pioneer in network camera technology and Sloan Security, the producers of the Genlux solar platform, have combined to offer a complete industrial grade turnkey stand alone remote surveillance system, to be shown at the ISC West Security Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. This new solution combines the best of each company’s technologies. The surveillance system utilizes a solar powered pole with a low power digital IP-based surveillance camera and a low power long range industrial Ethernet radio. The system can easily be deployed in emergency situations or permanently installed for longer term usage.

This complete standalone unit is an industry-first solution, providing vandal-proof secure remote surveillance with no power or cabling required. It offers customers the unique ability to capture megapixel video, process it on the solar pole and stream it back to a NAS system (Network Attached Storage) or view it live from anywhere in the world. This is accomplished with much lower costs than are typically associated with NVR/DVR technology. No other solution on the market offers the end user a leading-edge solar platform with megapixel video capture, on-board processing and wireless backhaul communication in one combination. Already adopted by major Fortune 100 customers for perimeter, off grid, security and surveillance, this solution promises to deliver what the remote surveillance and monitoring market has been seeking for years.

Live demonstrations will be held at the upcoming 2011ISC West Security Conference, AvaLAN’s Booth# 6057, April 6-8, 2011.

About AvaLAN Wireless Systems, Inc.
Founded in the heart of California’s high-tech Silicon Valley in 2004, AvaLAN Wireless (“AvaLAN”) is an industry leading developer and manufacturer of long range industrial wireless radio technology. AvaLAN’s products are designed to enable affordable wireless connections in perimeter or remote locations. Specializing in the unlicensed 900MHz, 2.4GHz, 4.9GHz and 5.8GHz radio spectra, AvaLAN offers a number of Ethernet bridge products and point-to-multipoint wireless networking products. AvaLAN Wireless Systems, Inc. is headquartered near Huntsville, Alabama and can be contacted at 866-533-6216, by email at info(at)avalanwireless(dot)com, or by visiting http://www.avalanwireless.com.

About MOBOTIX AG:
MOBOTIX AG sees itself as a software company with in-house hardware development in the area of digital, high-resolution and network-based video security solutions. The company focuses on the development of user-friendly complete system solutions from a single source. The publicly-traded company with headquarters in Langmeil, Germany, is known as the leading pioneer in network camera technology since its foundation in 1999 and its decentralized concept has also made high-resolution video systems cost-efficient. From 2010 onwards, MOBOTIX will extend its product range to include intelligent home automation products that are developed in-house. Whether in embassies, airports, railway stations, ports, gas stations, hotels or highways, over 100,000 MOBOTIX video systems have been in operation on every continent for years.

About Sloan Security Group
Sloan Security Group, Inc. is an award-winning high security construction company based in Boise, Idaho with a well-deserved reputation for working closely with its clients to complete high quality work on schedule, even under extreme conditions. They team up with contractors ranging from Bechtel and Fluor to small minority owned contractors, public agencies such as DoD or Fortune 500 companies to complete some of the most challenging security construction projects in the United States and beyond.

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