[Dewayne-Net] Boundless' CEO to speak at NYC Wireless: Using

Dewayne Hendricks dewayne at warpspeed.com
Mon Dec 26 02:25:43 PST 2005

City-Scale WiFi to Fight Crime
Reply-To: dewayne at warpspeed.com

[Note:  For readers in the NYC area.  DLH]

>From: Steve Morton <smorton at BoundlessS.com>
>Date: December 26, 2005 11:11:26 AM PST
>To: info at dandin.com
>Subject: [please forward to Dewayne Hendricks] Boundless' CEO to
>speak at NYC Wireless: Using City-Scale WiFi to Fight Crime
>NYCwireless December Meeting Announcement
>All are invited - please re-post everywhere !
>Wednesday, December 28th, 2005 at 7:15pm
>568 Broadway at Prince St, NE corner
>Suite 404
>New York, NY 10012
>1. Steve Morton / Boundless Security Systems: Can City-Scale WiFi
>Reduce Crime ?
>        What are the obstacles and opportunities for city-scale
>wireless video surveillance, especially in crime-plagued
>neighborhoods ?
>        A fascinating discussion about BoundlessS.com's new WiFi
>video surveillance system that greatly enhances image clarity,
>network capacity and mobility. This could be a tremendously
>effective tool for law enforcement that could help reduce crime.
>How can privacy concerns be balanced ? Steve will also cover system
>design, and possible deployment schemes ? followed by an extended
>Q&A session.
>2. Year-end roundup and NYCwireless-2006 resolutions
>3. Workshop breakout sessions: small group discussions from novice
>to advanced questions
>Happy Holidays,
>Steven G. Morton, CEO, CTO

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