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Gear to record video of the pedestrian crossing and the speed of Eastbound traffic in front of Earlham on National Road West.   
Gear to record video of the pedestrian crossing and the speed of Eastbound traffic in front of Earlham on National Road West.   
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To do (ordered):
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* Test-drive current Axis camera "in-situ" on the wind geny's tripod.  Use the PMP1 for the interface with the directional WiFi antenna.  Location is likely to be the shrubbery near the East side of the entrance.
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* Research all-in-one systems, see Alan's email.
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* Research discrete speed sensors, pay close attention to the interface and data stream.
Possible technologies:
Possible technologies:
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* Mounting pole
* Mounting pole
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Location is likely to be the shrubbery near the East side of the entrance.
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Image volume calculation:
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* 60 seconds/minute x 60 minutes/hour x 24 hours/day x 7 days/week x 4.5 weeks/month = 2,721,600 seconds/year
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* 1 frame/second x 20 KB/frame x 2,721,600 seconds/year = 54,432,000 KB/year or 53,156 MB/year or 52 GB/year
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Software architecture:
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* Cache 2 minutes locally
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* Use infobomb stack to transfer and append to current day's movie
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* 4a-3:59a movies, sync with infobomb and roll-over, simple trac or fancydir listing by year-month
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Questions for Doug:
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* Interface - 1 second frames, manual video review, automated video review, speed/video correlation,
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* Overall duration, 1 year?
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* Better density

Revision as of 20:51, 10 August 2008

Gear to record video of the pedestrian crossing and the speed of Eastbound traffic in front of Earlham on National Road West.

To do (ordered):

Possible technologies:

Image volume calculation:

Software architecture:

Questions for Doug:

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