Teleste technical support was a key factor during the troubleshooting and successful appraisal of the San Diego WSS sensor data network. Teleste personnel worked on-site with Intelesis Technologies Corporation technicians to resolve the
camera addressing and bandwidth issues, Data Bridge address scheme, and so forth, and provided long-term technical support via phone. The Teleste Encoder/ Decoders have performed flawlessly since activation on/or close to April 19, 2003.
- To provide a system against threats to harbors, ports and terminals, and other overseas activities.
- To optimize the surface and underwater detection of hostile intruders, for example swimmers, small craft, and underwater sleds.
- To detect terrorist activity against domestic U.S. ports.
- The surveillance system is designed to provide “Post 9/11” protection and comply with the Navy’s force protection policies against threats to harbors and overseas support activities.
- The system uses strategically placed visual, thermal, radar, and sonar sensors to optimize the surface and underwater detection of hostile intruders, for example swimmers, small craft, and underwater sleds.
- The sensors are fully integrated with the WSS as a comprehensive surveillance network for perimeter surveillance, port surveillance, and force protection.
- Local security personnel operate multi-camera, radar, and sonar sensors on a command control console.
- The Teleste encoder/decoders have performed flawlessly since activation on/or close to April 19, 2003.
- System installation and maintenance by Teleste and Intelesis Technologies Corporation.
"Teleste technical support was a key factor in the troubleshooting and successful checkout of the San Diego WSS sensor data network."
– Cal Ogata, the prime integrator on Waterside Security System project.