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|Title: ||A video security and remote monitoring system|
|Authors: ||Ng, Tsz San|
|Department: ||Department of Electronic Engineering|
|Issue Date: ||2006|
|Supervisor: ||Supervisor: Dr. Po, L M. Assessor: Dr. Pao, Derek C W|
|Abstract: ||Nowadays, many families in Hong Kong employ housemaid to take care their families and
babies. Most of them plan to install a remote monitoring system in order to monitor the
working attitude of their housemaid. On the other hand, many Small and Medium Enterprises
(SME) also plan to install some portable and powerful devices to do dangerous and
disgusting jobs to replace human beings. But there are some problems, like limitation of
budget and area to install as well as where to install the system. They are also afraid that the
investment cannot reach their expected result.
In our project, I will develop a movable device by an embedded Linux device, Kuro-box.
This is a self-movable device; its functions include video recording, motion detection with
email alert, remote control moving direction / remote access via World Wide Web, high
portability (with wireless internet access) and user-friendly interface. This device provides
SMEs a platform to develop their own remote basic tools because it is built with embedded
Linux which allows some demo programs to run on it easily. SMEs can perform some trail
tests on this device before investing money.|
|Appears in Collections:||Electronic Engineering - Undergraduate Final Year Projects|
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