Moscow City Council has selected provider of carrier wireless infrastructure provider InfiNet Wireless to run its video monitoring programme for Safe City project in the Russian capital. The council also selected telecommunications service provider A-Tel who worked alongside Dateline, the integrator, and InfiNet Wireless to deploy point-to-point and point-to-multipoint technologies to cover a network designed to deliver live video streams from a series of cameras dotted around the 960 square miles city. InfiNet Wireless' mobile point-to-point backhaul system InfiLINK 2x2 was selected for the backbone network, while InfiMAN 2x2 was deployed for point-to-multi-point needed for last mile access and camera connectivity. Both integrated and connectorised antenna models were selected, operating in the 5 Ghz and 6 Ghz spectrum. Due to Moscow's dense urban landscape and radio interference, coupled with limited availability of free radio spectrum left to operate with, InfiNet's Instant Dynamic Frequency Selection (Instant DFS) was deployed in all units. The RUB 192.7 billion programme would run from 2012 to 2016 to ensure 100 percent coverage of transport infrastructure, municipal services, sports facilities and any other public areas, with the main focus of the project on crime prevention and anti-terrorism.