Company : Lantech Communications

Category : Networks Industrial Communication and Software

Key Products : Industrial Switches, Standard Ethernet switching

City Surveillance Project In Romania

City Surveillance Project In Romania

The project adopted around 100 pieces Lantech IPES-3408GSFP industrial PoE managed switches to integrate with hundreds of Sony SNC-VM602R PTZ PoE IP cameras. The cameras are powered by IPES-3408GSFP via 802.3at PoE standard so that the HD video flow and power source can be satisfied with simply one RJ45 cable. 10~15 Lantech switches are connected in ITU ring topology to ensure the network reliability while all the rings are connected with 1000M fibers by RSTP protocol. The interrupt of the surveillance network is not allowed. This network topology not only ensures the high capacity for HD video streaming but also provides the high reliability network for non-stop city surveillance application.

Expressway Lane Control System In South Korea

Expressway Lane Control System In South Korea

Expressway Lane Control System In South Korea

Gyeongbu Expressway connects Seoul and Busan, the capital and the second largest city of South Korea. The 416 km-length expressway is the second oldest and most heavily travelled expressway in the country. The project is to build up the lane control system in Gyeonggi area by the end of 2013, integrating the LCS control and CCTV cameras.

Ip Based Military Truck Network In Vietnam

Ip Based Military Truck Network In Vietnam

Ip Based Military Truck Network In Vietnam

As the country that has the highest economic growth rate since 2000, Vietnam is always an assignable Asian country for its unlimited energy. With the highly growing economy, Vietnam's military expenditure is around 2.5% of its 2010 GDP, equivalent to US$2.48 billion. The project is to build up an IP-based network system for Vietnam People's Army’s truck transportation system in Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam.
 

Tram Project In Finland

Tram Project In Finland

Project Introduction

As the main means of transport in the city centre, Helsinki tram system delivers up to 54.9 million passengers per year (2009). Being one of the oldest electrified tram networks in the world, the company keeps upgrading its system with the latest IP technology. The weather of Helsinki has extreme differences between seasons, which may over 30°C in summer and lower than -35°C in winter. Thus, the most rugged design is one of the key factors to this project.