In 2018, Kilauea, the youngest and most active volcano on the island of Hawaii erupted causing significant property damage and disruption of services in the active lava flow zone of the Big Island. Working with the State of Hawaii, Banyan Networks assisted the State Department of Transportation with remote video monitoring of extremely dangerous road conditions throughout the lower Puna region of the Island. Within days of the eruption, we deployed technicians to sites across the Big Island to mount remote video cameras to survey seismic activity, fissures in the highways, and plumes of dangerous gases. Being a local on-island resource, Banyan Networks’ technicians were prepared and ready to deploy critical infrastructure in a hazardous environment. We are pleased to have been able to assist the State in providing services to protect the public from a potentially dangerous situation.