Ip Based distributed surveillance system


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Ip Based distributed surveillance system

  1. 1. Title of the Proposed Project Low Cost IP based Distributed Smart Camera system for Farming Applications Team Members  Kamal Lamichhane [1NT11EC043] 5th Sem ECE  Shiva shish Gupta [1NT11EC102] 5th Sem ECE  Birendra Kumar Sah [1NT11EC024] 5th Sem ECE  Swapnil Kumar [1NT11EC113] 5th Sem ECE  Aruna Kumara [1NT12EC029] 3rd Sem ECE Under the Guidance of Rajesh N Asst. Professor, Dept of E&CE, NMIT Mentor Dr. H.Sarojadevi Professor, Dept of CS&E, NMIT
  2. 2. The product Idea/Overview  It is proposed to develop an IP(Internet Protocol) based Distributed smart camera system which can be adapted to monitor vivid environments of Agriculture and Wild life to accomplish the goal of remotely monitoring and managing the safety and security in a rural/remote setting. It offers the benefits such as remote access, flexibility in design, scalability, and ease of use.
  3. 3. Block diagram showing the system •Various cameras are kept to enclose the entire area under surveillance which has their own separate IP address. •These cameras are under the home network i.e. all are connected to the minicomputer/system through the router. • This system can be accessed from any other place using PC, tablet or Smartphone. Raspberry Pi Based Mini Computer System FPGA Internet
  4. 4. Features of the system i. Easy, future-proof integration ii. Scalability and flexibility iii. Cost-effectiveness iv. Distributed intelligence v. Remote accessibility vi. Easy, reliable installation
  5. 5. Hardware Requirements *IP camera (Required Numbers) Router Raspberry Pi Board *FPGA Development Board Display with HDMI Input Other Accessories
  6. 6. Use of RP & FPGA Board  Credit card size low cost computer used by solely or by integrating with other circuits.  System on a chip, a computer on a single low voltage/Power chip.  Coding can be done on Linux Platform.  FPGA board is used for image/video processing application.
  7. 7. Services Having an IP video system allows the farm owner to connect remotely to the cameras and view live or recorded surveillance footage from his laptop, smart phone, or tablet device. The ability to connect remotely to the surveillance system gives the owner valuable peace of mind while travelling, since he can now monitor his farm, equipment, and operations from anywhere in the world with an Internet or cellular connection. Having secure wireless internet access can also provide many benefits beyond surveillance to a modern day agricultural and wildlife monitoring.
  8. 8. Applications  In Agricultural farm This project is mainly concerned with farming application.  In Forest : Security, wildlife tracking  In any remote area which require regular visit and care.
  9. 9. Farming Applications  Monitor for intruders – Strategically placed farm security cameras will capture images of anyone entering the property. This coverage helps to ensure that only authorized workers gain access to the farm and its facilities.  Protect water supplies – A well-protected water supply is critical to agricultural operations. Farm security cameras can play an important role in protecting this highly-sensitive area.  Prevent break - ins – Implementing farm security cameras around your property can deter break ins. For those intruders who look past the cameras, the surveillance footage can capture them in the act.  Deter theft – Farm security cameras in areas such as holding pens, calving pens, tool shops, and gates will help to prevent thieves from stealing animals and equipment.  Monitor daily operations – Security cameras can also ensure that daily operations such as milking and feeding run smoothly.  Employee monitoring – Video surveillance can be used to monitor employee behaviour so that critical farm operations are properly carried out.  Remote playback and monitoring – With an IP-based surveillance system, farm owners can monitor their property remotely. Footage can be stored digitally and easily searched in cases requiring visual evidence.
  10. 10. Application on : Private and Public Organization Education Government Industrial Retail Transportation Bank
  11. 11. Application on: Home Caring- baby, elder, pets View and monitor IP camera anytime, anywhere!
  12. 12. Possible Innovation at the later stage Image/Video attributes can be extracted and transmitted based on the requirements with the help of FPGA programming. We can build online video surveillance not only for the farming application but also for home, office, playground, college etc with customized design at low cost.
  13. 13. Scalability  Different Systems can be networked.  Adding cameras to the existing network doesn’t require additional infrastructure.  Changing camera location doesn’t require additional infrastructure work and cost.
  14. 14. Market  The market for video surveillance as a service is, however, facing challenges with respect to the high infrastructure cost, this product can be the best solution for this problem.  Due to wireless system and ease of installation, this will be the perfect product compared to expensive video surveillance.  High demand for remote monitoring in agriculture sector  High demand for remote monitoring in wild life.  System can be used for any remote monitoring applications  Mobile/Tablet Apps can be developed for attracting the customers.
  15. 15. Project development cost The cost of Components  IP camera: (3 Numbers) 12000.00  Router 4000.00  Raspberry Pi Board 4000.00  FPGA Development Board 50000.00  Display with HDMI input 6000.00  DVR (Digital Video Recorder) 4000.00 Total 80000.00 The cost of contingencies 10000.00 Product development cost and 10000.00 Any other expenditure Total: Rs. 1, 00,000.00
  16. 16. Support System For experimental and testing setup Electronics and Communication Department Facilities will be utilized. The department can provide space for the project and pc’s for subsequent testing.
  17. 17. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Literature/ Market Survey Preliminary Design Procurement of Components Networking Algorithm Development Integration of different modules Testing and Report Preparation MONTH TASK PROJECT TIMELINE
  18. 18. Comparing with Present Products in the Market  Replace the software based system with reconfigurable hardware based system.  Ease of Installation and use.  Reduced cost  Offer free attractive Apps for hand held devices.  Software cost is reduced.  Added feature
  19. 19. Conclusion  A Video surveillance system for sophisticated Farming application for real time purpose is very much required in the present days.  Using IP camera based system owners can know the condition of their property from remote locations and also keep records. It is definitely an efficient surveillance system at farm to monitor.  It will be a cost effective product with broader market possibilities such as farming, forest security, home security, industry/retail etc.  Proposed product provides solution in a wireless, optionally handheld manner with larger scalability when compared to existing approaches.
  20. 20. Initial experiment
  21. 21. References  Kofi Appiah, Andrew Hunter, Philip Aiken and Katrina Lewis, “Autonomous Real-time Surveillance System with Distributed IP Cameras”, ICDSC ACM/IEEE International Conference 2009.
  22. 22. Thank you
  23. 23. IP Camera IP camera is a combination of a camera and a computer. The camera can be connected directly to the network. It has built-in software for a web server, FTP server and e-mail client. Some advanced versions support motion detection and alarm input/output ports.
  24. 24. Difference between IP and CCTV Camera  Analog CCTV systems connect to a DVR (digital video recorder) using coax cables and BNC connectors (not networked).  IP Cameras connect directly to an existing Ethernet network. This connection could be wired or wireless and they can be accessed from anywhere.
  25. 25. FPGA A field-programmable gate array (FPGA) is an integrated circuit designed to be configured by a customer or a designer after manufacturing—hence "field- programmable". The FPGA configuration is generally specified using a hardware description language (HDL). Given the importance of digital image processing and the significance of their implementations on hardware to achieve better performance, this work addresses implementation of image processing algorithms like median filter, morphological, convolution and smoothing operation and edge detection on FPGA using VHDL language.
  26. 26. The team •Kamal Lamichhane [1NT11EC043] Currently studying in 5th semester Electronics and communication Engg. CGPA=9.71 •Shivashish Gupta [1NT11EC102] Currently studying in 5th semester Electronics and communication Engg. CGPA=8.95 •Birendra Kumar Sah [1NT11EC023] Currently studying in 5th semester Electronics and communication Engg.CGPA=8.90 •Swapnil [1NT11EC113] Currently studying in 5th semester Electronics and communication Engg. CGPA=7.80 •Aruna Kumara [1NT12EC029] Currently studying in 3rd semester Electronics and communication Engg. CGPA=8.20