As the IPM2 is a network centric wireless device it allows for easy connection to
routers and other network devices. IP cameras can be connected directly to the IPM2
unit. Several IP cameras/Video encoders can be connected to the mesh network.
The IPM2 can be used to wirelessly connect a number of rapidly deployable PTZ IP
cameras around a location/facility. These cameras can then be connected through
an IP backbone to the viewing centre.
Performance and capabilities
1km LOS point-to-point (500mW Tx with dipole antennas)
upto 20Mb/sec TCP/IP data rate
single transceiver for all video/command/control data
The same radio can be used for the UGV, OCU and repeater so can be easily swapped
out or interchanged with each other.
As the link is IP and bi-directional the PTZ camera can be viewed and controlled
over an IP network.
The IPM2 is ideal for use as both the video payload and control links of UGVs. Low
latency coupled with the COFDM's ability to mitigate multipath effects allows UGVs
to be operated in NLOS environments.
Megapixel PTZ cameras with Integrated IPM2 OEM Module
Due to it's small size the IPM2 OEM module is ideal for integration with PTZ megapixel
IP CCTV cameras. The IPM2 unit enables cameras to be wirelessly connected and controlled
The IPM2 can be used in the UK on the unlicenced 1394MHz band thus avoiding overcrowding
on the 2.4GHz band. Also, the proprietary protocol and AES security features ensure
The IPM2 unit can be used in numerous security related applications including covert
surveillance and "hides". The "hide-and-sleep" feature allows a covert system to
be setup and then activated remotely when required.
Streaming IP Video
Camera PTZ Control
IPM2units are currently being used by some of the UKs
fire and rescue services to provide thermal imaging video feeds from the tender's
aerial platform back to the Incident Commander.