Setting the Standard

for Wireless Camera Networks

 

 

WildFire Camera Networks is an IP data networking company specializing in designing, building and managing city-wide & county-wide wireless camera networks for city and county governments and their law enforcement agencies. Through the formation of creative public-private partnerships in the local communities we serve, WildFire is able to bring together their law enforcement, public housing authorities and the private-sector to deploy our advanced wireless technology tools across the entire city or county area, greatly enhancing local public-safety in the process. Accordingly, our police and sheriff department partners report results directly attributable to our technology deployments in crime reduction, in realizing a force-multiplier effect and improvements in officer-safety.   

WildFire is not only a pioneer in this relatively new segment of the video surveillance camera industry, we continue to set the national standard for wireless camera networks through our continued research & development programs. The most recent innovation announced by WildFire is our new line of solar-powered wireless cameras that can be installed virtually anywhere on a standalone basis.

WildFire is currently seeking new community partners through our aggressive national expansion program. We are interested in talking to you about all the benefits our public-private partnerships can bring to the table for your law enforcement agencies and for your community as a whole. These partnerships will bring direct financial assistance provided by WildFire, as well as from outside public and private grant sources. For more information, please contact WildFire’s President, Sheriff Jim Pendergraph (retired, Mecklenburg County, NC...FBI NA 149) at 704-309-1244 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.      

Recent News

18
Jun

Wall Street Journal profiles WildFire's new system in Bedford, TX

Concerned about robberies, scams and killings tied to purchases arranged through Craigslist and other online marketplaces, police and sheriff’s departments nationwide are carving out areas of their stations for people to complete transactions.

At least 70 departments in the U.S., from Boca Raton, Fla., to Bedford, Texas, have created such zones, usually in parking lots or lobbies, according to websites that track the programs.