Helium 5G powers MosoLabs video monitoring

  • May 9, 2023
  • Steve Rogerson

California-based wireless company MosoLabs has launched for property managers and business owners a secure video monitoring system powered by the Helium 5G network.

MosoLabs’ wireless products empower people to use and expand decentralised, blockchain-powered networks as well as private networks. It is launching Trellis, a secure video monitoring system with video AI analytics, real-time view and video event recording.

The Helium 5G-ready Moso Leaf camera and doorbell with Trellis secure video monitoring are available now. Bundles are also coming soon, and will consist of a combination of the CBRS LTE small cell radio, cameras and video doorbells, all powered by the Helium 5G network.

MosoLabs’ mission is to build wireless products that allow property managers and facility owners to manage their business sites better. MosoLabs helps small and medium businesses easily deploy and manage their own CBRS network, while scaling the installation of CBRS-connected IoT devices to gain insights into their facility’s security and equipment effectiveness.

“Launching Trellis is the result of hard work and dedication by the team, as well as the collaborative efforts with the Helium ecosystem,” said Andy Lin, co-founder of MosoLabs. “We are thrilled to see the fruits of our work come to life and excited for what the future holds for MosoLabs. I believe this new, secure and cost-effective video monitoring will be a tremendous opportunity for property managers.”

Thanks to CBRS LTE, MosoLabs cameras have a longer range and are more secure than wifi alternatives. In addition, the deployment of CBRS products is simpler, and initial costs are reduced because connectivity is completely wireless. In fact, the company says by choosing Trellis, property managers can save up to 95% on wiring installation costs for their buildings since indoor radio connectivity has a range of up to 30m, while outdoor radio connectivity extends up to 300m.

The Helium network is a decentralised wireless network, providing accessible, open-source and low-cost wireless coverage for a wide range of 5G and IoT devices across 192 countries worldwide. With Helium, MosoLabs offers property monitoring with secured data transmission and the ability for users to earn crypto as their network grows.

“With innovations like Trellis, MosoLabs continues to demonstrate the value of community-driven wireless networks in powering the next-generation of smart home devices,” said Abhay Kumar, CEO of the Helium Foundation. “MosoLabs continues to be a dedicated ecosystem partner, driving utility and usage to the Helium network.”