Client Use Case
Each May, The City of Richardson hosts the Wildflower Arts and Musical Festival - an award-winning event that draws over 70,000 people to the City. Spread over three days and six performance stages, more than 80 musical acts are showcased.
With a huge crowd spread over a large area in a limited space, the City of Richardson required a flexible security camera solution that was completely independent of power, camera mounting infrastructure, and video transmission networks.
The Solution - Mobile Surveillance Trailers
WCCTV provided the City of Richardson with two WCCTV Solar Surveillance Trailers - completely autonomous video surveillance solutions that can be rapidly deployed at practically any location to provide short-to-medium term security.
The surveillance trailer can be supplied with up to 4 of WCCTV's 4G Pole Cameras which deliver live and recorded video via 4G LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity, so users can remotely access the cameras any time from any device.
The Result - Increased Situational Awareness
The WCCTV surveillance trailers provided the event organizers with a remote patrol enabling the festival to proceed in a safe and efficient manner.
Each trailer sent live video back to a command station where operators were able to use WCCTV's Multi-View Software which allows up to 64 cameras to be monitored simultaneously.
In addition to being able to quickly identify and respond to developing incidents, the voice address system allowed operators to remotely challenge suspicious behavior before incidents could develop.
“The WCCTV Surveillance Trailer was perfect for providing safety at our event. We were quickly able to deploy cameras to remote locations without being constrained by power or communications.
The WCCTV Trailers were installed quickly by City employees and provided important coverage to event organizers and law enforcement throughout the event, supporting those on the ground to provide a safe and enjoyable event for all.”