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Traffic Integration

Operation Green Light (OGL)
Multi-State Wireless Broadband Network Built OGL is a cooperative bistate effort – supported by federal, state and local agencies – to improve traffic flow and reduce vehicle emissions on major routes throughout the Kansas City area. The goal of this initiative is to develop and implement a system to coordinate traffic signal timing plans and communication between traffic signal equipment across jurisdictional boundaries. The Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) is responsible for overseeing all aspects of OGL.

OGL logoETI designed and implemented broadband wireless access networks using Alvarion equipment. Today the OGL network covers all the planned 19 cities – an area of some 400 square miles.  Traffic congestion has indeed been eased as has pollution and the project is considered a complete success.

Read the entire OGL case study.


Wireless Communications Infrastructure

City of Lees SummitCity of Lee’s Summit, Missouri
Wireless Communications Infrastructure Installation

This project replaced an existing ISDN network with a wireless infrastructure connecting each of Lee’s Summit’s fire stations and city buildings. The new infrastructure will provide data and voice-over IP phone communication for remote city buildings, increasing operating efficiency and delivering a substantial cost savings to the city.

Chanute KansasCity of Chanute, Kansas
Wireless Communications Infrastructure Installation

ETI was contracted to design, install and deploy of a fiber and wireless network infrastructure to support the City of Chanute. This new infrastructure connects all city services, the seven Chanute Unified School District 413 buildings and the Neosho Community College.

Lenexa KansasCity of Lenexa, Kansas
Wireless Communications Infrastructure for Fire Stations and City Vehicles

As the pilot project for OGL, ETI is currently installing a citywide communications infrastructure that includes both fiber and wireless technologies. The system supports traffic signal coordination; video, data and mobile communications between city facilities (both fixed and mobile) such as fire stations and mobile 900 MHz equipment in emergency vehicles.


Wireless Video Network

St. LouisCity of St. Louis, Missouri
Wireless Video Network for the St. Louis Police Department

ETI partnered with United Technologies to successfully implement a wireless video security infrastructure for three of the City of St. Louis Police Department’s dispatch locations. The network empowers the dispatch locations to remotely monitor strategically placed video surveillance equipment.


Video Surveillance

Kansas City MissouriCity of Kansas City, Missouri
Wireless Video Surveillance Network for the Emergency Operations Center

The city contracted with ETI to install a wireless video communication network that now enables remote video surveillance and monitoring of key locations across Kansas City.


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