About 11 years ago, my partner and I designed and implemented six IQeye cameras with Cisco Aironet 350 WLAN connectivity. This system was installed in San Diego where a service call involved about a 4,800 miles round trip from Ohio. Not much room for error during implementation or servicing down the road!
This new WLAN edge exponentially changed the possibilities and the rules for anyone who pioneered that edge technology. The edge moved out as far as IEEE 802.11 standards for implementing in the 2.4, 3.6 and 5 GHz frequency bands when the base version of the standard was released in 1997. With advances in both network product design and IP cameras, a WLAN edge is both simple and common place today. So how many of you regularly use the WLAN capabilities of IP camera installations today? Look forward to your comments!
Paul C. Boucherle, Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and Certified Sherpa Coach (CSC), is Security Sales & Integration’s “Convergence Channel” columnist. A principal of Matterhorn Consulting, he has more than 30 years of diverse security and safety industry experience including UL central station operations, risk-vulnerability assessments, strategic security program design and management of industry convergence challenges. Boucherle has successfully guided top-tier companies in achieving enhanced ROI resulting from improved sales and operational management techniques. He is a charismatic speaker and educator on a wide range of critical topics relating to the security industry of today and an accomplished corporate strategist and marketer whose vision and expertise in business performance have driven notable enterprise growth in the security industry sector. Contact Paul Boucherle: firstname.lastname@example.orgView More by Paul Boucherle
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