Motorola's MOTOMESH Helped Tackle Security at Super Bowl XL

While eyes were on game, police meshed with video surveillance to secure Ford Field

The MOTOMESH Multi-Radio Broadband Solution supports up to four radio networks in a single access point. It enables complete municipal-wide wireless connectivity in both 4.9GHz licensed and 2.4GHz unlicensed frequencies. The system also leverages Motorola's proven Mesh Enabled Architecture (MEA) technology, giving users a self-forming and self-healing mobile broadband connection for video and data applications. The MOTOMESH radio architecture allows municipalities to provide dedicated bandwidth, network connectivity and security for municipal WiFi, public works and public safety users over a single integrated wireless infrastructure.

"With more than a dozen MOTOMESH network deployments either completed or underway, Motorola is establishing a leadership position in public safety and municipal WiFi deployments," said Richard Licursi, Vice President of the Mesh Networks Product Group at Motorola. "The Super Bowl proved to be an ideal place to deploy MOTOMESH, since it provided first responders with mission critical mobile access to video surveillance. We were honored to have been chosen by the city of Detroit to help keep those in and around the Super Bowl as safe as possible."