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Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
Crimson security template
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  • 1. Crimson Security<br />Bradley Brown<br />Jacob Randall<br />Justin Mooney<br />Kellie Frazier<br />Owen Kidd<br />Richard Morris<br />Project Supervisor: Dr. Kenneth Ricks<br />1<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />
  • 2. Agenda<br />Project Overview<br />Design Specifications<br />Schedule<br />Subsystems<br />UI Options<br />Environmental Impacts<br />Budget<br />Q & A<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />2<br />
  • 3. Project Overview<br />Problem Statement<br />Design a consumer electronic device capable of detecting individuals entering a defined space and notify the “owner” of the unauthorized entry via text message or e-mail complete with a picture and/or video.<br />The device will be no larger than 6’’x 6’’x 6’’, easily relocated and have removable memory. <br />3<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />
  • 4. Design Specifications<br />Stand-alone device<br />Dimensions:6”x 6”x 6”<br />Lightweight<br />Durable<br />Physical power switch<br />External charging<br />Memory back-up of the last 25 events<br />On board storage<br />Avoids false alarms<br />E-mail/Text notifications<br />Time stamp<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />4<br />
  • 5. Schedule<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />5<br />
  • 6. Boards<br />Genesi MX<br />Genesi 5800B<br />Pico ITX Builder<br />Arduino<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />6<br />
  • 7. Genesi MX<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />7<br />
  • 8. Genesi 5800B<br />Owens slides for specs of each board. Try to create uniform lists between each board so they are easy to follow for the audience.<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />8<br />
  • 9. Pico ITX Builder<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />9<br />
  • 10. Arduino<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />10<br />
  • 11. Camera Candidates<br />1. CMU 2<br />2. Web Cams<br />Logitech quick cam pro<br />3. <br />Justin and Jacob slides for specs of each board. Try to create uniform lists between each board so they are easy to follow for the audience. <br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />11<br />
  • 12. Camera 1<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />12<br />
  • 13. Camera 2<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />13<br />
  • 14. Camera 3<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />14<br />
  • 15. Sensors<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />15<br />
  • 16. Wireless <br />Bradley<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />16<br />
  • 17. Housing<br />Kellie<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />17<br />
  • 18. Option 1<br />Board: Genesi MX<br />Camera: [name]<br />Wireless: Built-in<br />Sensors:<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />18<br />
  • 19. Impact<br />Security<br />Protect personal spaces from intruders<br />Small and easily relocated<br />Short charging times <br />19<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />
  • 20. Budget Breakdown<br />20<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />
  • 21. Budget Breakdown<br />21<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />
  • 22. Introduction<br />I’m not a dancing bullet.<br />22<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />
  • 23. Option 1<br />Genesi<br />23<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />
  • 24. Ugly Details<br />Low light pictures<br />Budget<br />Power Consumption<br />24<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />
  • 25. Conclusion<br />25<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />
  • 26. Q & A<br />26<br />The University of Alabama Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />

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