How many cameras are you realistically planning to expand to? 10? 100? etc. And are you looking to have all of these cameras be wireless? Over how wide an area? This impacts choice of wireless election.
Axis Q16s are quality cameras, on the far high end of the price scale, but with no integrated IR (if real low light is going to be an issue, Lightfinder needs some light and even then is often noisy).
For the video wall, what do you want? You want to control / send video from one room to another? Or do you want to simply connect multiple monitors to a single PC and just drag and drop cameras to each monitor? Recommendation depends on how sophisticated this needs to be.
Overall, your initial approach is gold plated. This may be what you need or the customer wants but it's worth thinking through / comparing to more reasonably priced offerings.
Hello John, Its a pilot project and the approval is presently for 4 cameras. I want to believe if the first phase is implemented successfully, a city wide approval would be granted. So, from our preliminary report to the council a city wide surveillance would be approximately 50 cam. Primarily, we considered wireless for the major part of the project.
However, I am pretty open to suggestion that is tailored towards performance and cost reduction. I really need this to work as this is my first project.