ABU DHABI POLICE PROJECT – UAE – 2012

Key Features:

The Modern Transportation system aims at not only increasing the safety of the citizen but also, optimize, coordinate and facilitate the use of the transport network, through making informed and smarter decisions. Consequently, it requires providing accurate information about each element in the system.

In order to do that, transportation system needs to establish a secure and reliable method of communication, to collect data in the field of road transport, vehicles, traffic management and infrastructure related to the transport system. This data will be processed later and will be used for decision making.

The Challenges

• Replacing the installed legacy system, which had no method of communication with any other devices.
• The installed system used to collect data and store it in its built in hardware to be downloaded later on manually, Leading to wasting a lot of time and resources
• Installing a solution that can handle future plans and the increase in data rate.

The Solution

Xceltra Decided to provide Abu Dhabi police department with a M2M remote connectivity solution, the thought process that preferred that solution to other solutions was:

• All the radars weren’t at a clear LOS of each other, eliminating the Radio wireless solutions.
• Using wired solution such as copper or fiber was an inefficient solution in terms of costs, as they weren’t pre-installed in the infrastructure.

The offered solution consisted of LTE Gateways in addition to M2M Gateway. This solution suited the project because:

• Possibility to use dual SIM card, which offers network redundancy
• Support for LTE in 4G network and HSPA+ in 3G network
• Support for several encryption protocols for secure communication
• Secure communication with VPN and firewall
• 3 port internal LAN switch
• Mobile operator independent static IP addressing with M2M Gateway
• Suitable for outdoor use with Robust aluminum casing and A wide Range of operating temperature form –25 to +70 °C.

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