Video surveillance is the process of monitoring or observing the activities, behavior, or movements of individuals or groups, for enhanced security. It is used by retail stores, government departments, hospitals, transportation and logistics companies, and law enforcement agencies. However, video surveillance requires strong network infrastructure for efficient data transmission, which incurs high TCO. These includes replacement and upgrading costs of video surveillance equipment, cost to maintain network infrastructure, and cost of hiring professional expertise. Wireless video surveillance connects wireless network access points to surveillance equipment such as cameras, storage devices, and video recorders for efficient monitoring from a remote location and negates the need of investment in network infrastructure.