Link will use Firetide's wireless mesh equipment to cover a 130 square kilometre area with 42 nodes. The network will carry HD video from nearly 50 outdoor cameras from Axis.
The Milestone XProtect video management software will be used to monitor the video feeds. The software can potentially be used to integrate Moreton Bay's existing analog CCTV cameras.
"Firetide represents the very best in cutting-edge wireless technology, with its wireless infrastructure mesh optimised for the transmission of surveillance video," said Alex Baulden, senior network engineer at Link.
"The security and reliability of communications were critical, and performance we've seen in the field is impressive," he added.
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"Our HDTV cameras are compliant with the SMPTE standards in resolution, frame rate, colour fidelity and aspect ratio to ensure that a rich viewing experience with excellent image detail is achieved," he added.