Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Aruba Networks announced that the Clinton, Conn., public-school system selected the company’s wireless LAN technology for use in wireless, video-surveillance systems within the district. The system uses Panasonic cameras to collect surveillance video over Wi-Fi links and makes it available to school officials and mobile police vehicles over an encrypted Wi-Fi channel. According to the company, it is able to display individuals’ faces at a distance of more than 400 meters and read license plates at more than 200 meters.