Municipal Government

wireless-policeAlliance Corporation has partnered with industry-leading vendors to bring you a complete wireless solution for Municipalities.

We will help you design a wireless network and supply you with everything you need from the wireless routers and bridges to the cable, antennas and towers.

Some of the challenges that our customers have solved using broadband wireless networks include:

  • Connecting municipal buildings together and saving money by owing the network
  • Automated gas and water monitoring
  • Increased public safety with video surveillance networks for police



Case study: City of Nacogoches, Texas builds a wireless backhaul network for wireless meter reading (Airaya) Click here

Case study: Video surveillance on public transit in Indianapolis improves City of Indianapolis promotes customer service by deploying a city-wide wireless audio and video surveillance network on its entire transit fleet (Airaya) Click here
Case study: Farmington, New Mexico Fire Department builds a private wireless IP network to connect remote stations and provide video surveillance (Airaya) Click here

Case study: Real-Time Video Streaming Maryland Department of Natural Resources (RAD) Click here

Case study: Cancún Improves Public Safety With Redline Click here


Not only have we chosen the best products , we work with the best wireless specialists, companies that will work with you to design and build your wireless network if you need it.

Contact Alliance Corporation today for help with your wireless project today.


Avondale, AZ

Avondale is a technologically progressive city that relies on wireless communications for the majority of its public safety services. The amount of traffic over their wireless network has grown steadily over the years to accommodate population growth, additional services, and more users. City officials realized demands on the wireless system were increasing more rapidly than initially expected. More specifically, the City wanted to install a water monitoring system as well as a network of high resolution video cameras to monitor traffic at busy intersections which introduced the need for highly reliable Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications.

The City knew their existing network did not have the capacity to handle the new M2M applications and its ability to grow was limited. Adding more traffic would soon result in a slow and unreliable network, unsuitable for public safety applications.

The City required a network that would be:

• Reliable enough to handle critical M2M data from water quality monitors

• High capacity to support multiple public safety applications including video surveillance

• Economical with a low total cost of ownership

• Easily scalable for future network growth


Avondale hired Network Infrastructure Corporation, a network integrator, to assess their options and oversee the installation of the new network.

After considering wired and leased line options, Redline’s AN-80i, part of the RDL-3000 Virtual FiberTM family of wireless systems, was chosen for Avondale for 3 key reasons:

1. It offers the reliability of fiber for critical M2M data

2. It is powerful enough to accommodate a variety of applications — from voice to cameras to water sensors

3. It has the flexibility with a low total cost of ownership and simple scalability via software upgrades

Avondale began the network transition by replacing some of the old wireless equipment with Redline systems. City officials immediately noticed an increase in the reliability of connections and improved signal integrity. This was enough to convince them to replace the entire network with Redline wireless systems.

With this new reliable network the City was able to install an M2M system for water quality monitoring. Redline wireless systems were connected to water sensors placed at the wells and water pumps to send real-time data to a central monitoring station where an automated system is programmed to detect any possible tampering. Redline is ideal for this application because the systems deliver consistent connectivity, provide the highest level of data integrity and offer high reliability to ensure critical data is delivered end-to-end.

Redline’s wireless system also delivered so much improvement in capacity the City was able to add high resolution IP video cameras to monitor traffic at busy intersections around the City. Critical images from the cameras are reliably captured and delivered to help improve traffic flow and safety.

In addition to having a robust and reliable network, Avondale is enjoying a low total cost of ownershipbecause, unlike systems that run on leased lines, the Redline network is completely owned and managed by the City and does not come with recurring costs. Avondale can easily manage their network growth by adding additional systems or enhancing performance of existing ones through software upgrades — when they need it.

Download the city of Avondale case study