Wireless Surveillance for MTR Corporation

Railway is the backbone of a city’s public transit system, carrying citizens around for daily commutes. With an average weekday patronage of 5.5 million passengers, the MTR Corporation in Hong Kong is world-renowned for its commitment to railway operation safety, reliability, customer service and cost efficiency.

In October 2015, the service of MTR Airport Express suspended after Kap Shui Mun Bridge connecting Ma Wan and Lantau Island were struck by a vessel, triggering the ship impact alarms of the bridge. This incident prompted MTR to consider building a video surveillance network on Tsing Lai Bridge to oversee the vessels traveling along the Rambler Channel, to ensure all passing vessels are within the safe height limit.

With P2’s patented MeshInfinity technology, MTR achieves a rapid deployment of a highly reliable wireless surveillance system that provides the abundant throughput for the demanding numbers of IP cameras. The flexibility of MeshRanger overcomes the physical constraint of the bridge structures.

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