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Environmental impact investigation
Scope: 2 students completing 30 credits (20 weeks) each
Products installed in indoor as outdoor environments are subjected to a wide variation of impacts from such as vibrations and movements in constructions, vehicles, from weather etc. In surveillance cameras it is important to understand these environments and have knowledge of how to collect and analyze data from it so it can be used for optimizing the image quality for the end user.
The market for surveillance cameras is expanding fast and as the market grows the demands increase for new applications and new user environments. Future cameras facing new demands for high zoom range optics where a small movement of the camera body can be very critical and affect the image quality. Any impact on the camera body can result in a jerky image which is hard to look at or result in that following a target will be troublesome.
Many camera modules on the market are adapted to the demands of the handy cam segment, for example hand movement. However the environmental impact that handy cams are subjected to differs much from surveillance cameras which as described above are subjected to sometimes harsher environments.
- Mapping of environments where surveillance cameras are installed considering impact from vibrations, weather etc
- Collect data about the environments and investigate how such data can be used to optimize image quality in cameras. How can data be collected, other sources of information?
- Input to mechanical testing
- Overview the different techniques that can be used for image stabilization
- Installation considerations
- System overview: Hardware (mechanics, electronics), software. Considering power consumption (heat), size
For more information, contact Johan Borg [email protected]
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