Buffalo, NY police force protects citizens with city-wide wireless video surveillance.
When Mayor Byron Brown took office in 2006, he
pledged the people of Buffalo to reduce the city's crime
rate. A key part of his plan was to deploy a real-time,
city-wide video surveillance system to augment the
public safety efforts of his police force. The solution he
sought needed high-resolution cameras that could read
license plates from 200 yards away and provide officers
with evidence-grade, real-time streaming video.