Coast Guard Uses Motorola Gear Along Fla. Coast (12/19)
Tuesday, December 19, 2006 | Comments
Motorola said its fixed solutions are being used by the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) to provide links for communications systems that help protect the U.S. border. The USCG uses Motorola gear to provide connections for Project Hawkeye in the port of Miami, one of the country's busiest seaports. The Project Hawkeye sensors and long-range cameras with infrared capabilities act as eyes on the coast to prevent threats by sea in support of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The Motorola equipment is used along 23 miles of the south Florida coastline to interconnect Hawkeye's entire network of sensors, cameras, RADAR and vessel identification equipment to the USCG central command center, as well as to other ancillary port watch locations. General Dynamics is the reseller responsible for the installation and maintenance of the deployment at the port of Miami.

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