In the modern era, law enforcement agencies are faced with the challenge of managing and optimizing diverse technologies to ensure seamless communication, data transfer, and real-time video streaming. The implementation of Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) in police force operations presents a transformative solution to address these challenges, promoting efficiency, agility, and enhanced decision-making capabilities.


A metropolitan police force tasked with safeguarding a vast urban area while using technologies like mobile devices and officer-worn body cameras, faces challenges with the current network infrastructure, dealing with issues like bandwidth, reliability, and security limitations.

  • Bandwidth Constraints:
    The current network struggles to support the increasing demand for data transfer, particularly when officers simultaneously rely on mobile communication devices and transmit high-definition video feeds from their body-worn cameras.
  • Geographic Disparities:
    Policing a large metropolitan area involves diverse geographic locations, each with its connectivity challenges. Traditional networks struggle to provide consistent and reliable coverage across all areas.
  • Security Concerns:
    Law enforcement data, especially video footage captured in the field, demands stringent security measures to prevent unauthorized access or tampering.


A leading solution provider collaborated with Lanner to design a jointly developed in-vehicle uCPE appliance for mobile SD-WAN, which required the following features:

  • Multi-WAN Connectivity --
    To ensure reliable communication in remote areas, the platform must be capable of supporting multi-WAN connectivity, encompassing broadband, Wi-Fi, and PTCRB-ready LTE and 5G, to facilitate intelligent routing and optimize bandwidth for dependable communication in challenging locations.
  • Diverse I/O Configurations
    The platform needs to boast a wealth of I/O peripheral connections, including serial COM ports, HDMI video outputs, RJ-45 LAN ports, USB ports, and Digital I/O ports. This array caters to the varied requirements of in-vehicle and mass transportation applications.
  • Weatherproof
    The appliance should be designed to withstand harsh environmental conditions, featuring a fan-less design compliant with E13, UL/cUL 62368-1 standard, and pass MIL-STD-810G shock and vibration resistance certifications. It should be able to operate within a wide temperature range, from -40 to 70°C, ensuring operational safety and productivity.
  • Hardware Security
    To guarantee the highest level of encryption and protect mission-critical data, video, and voice communications, the platform requires onboard TPM for crypto-processing and tamper resistance at the hardware level.
  • Location Tracking Capabilities
    Whether used on or off-road, the platform should be equipped with a GPS tracker and G-sensor to facilitate crucial GPS location tracking of vehicles. Additionally, it should integrate support for the Controller Area Network (CAN) bus to enable comprehensive vehicle diagnostics.

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The integration of mobile SD-WAN into police force operations offers a transformative impact on how law enforcement agencies harness technology, ensuring a more connected, secure, and responsive approach to public safety.


Lanner provides rugged in-vehicle uCPE platforms ISD-V330, featuring the Intel® Atom x6000E processor which consume and deliver low-footprint computing close to the source of data generation. Offering multi-modem aggregate wireless connectivity, the ISD-V330 features three PTCRB-ready PGN removable caddies supporting 5G/LTE failover communications, plus an onboard M.2 slot for Wi-Fi.

Designed to be deployed in the mission-critical vehicles like police car, ambulance, mobile command vehicle, the ISD-V330 adheres to E13/MIL-STD-810G shock and vibration resistance standards and operates within a wide temperature range from -40 to 70C.

The ISD-V330 features a rich array of I/O connections, including serial COM ports, HDMI video outputs, RJ-45 LAN ports, USB, and Digital I/O ports. The compact design includes a built-in CAN bus port for diagnostics and behavior analysis.

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