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Project SummaryA Ruggedized Camera Encoder (RCE) is a compact and robust system that analyzes a stream of image data in real-time. Typically, video analytics are completed using post processing techniques on a unit that is separate from the camera stream. This system will eliminate the need for post processing which cuts down on turnaround time and the need for a secondary system.
The goal of this project is to deliver a working prototype that will have a small enclosure (tabletop) with two tethered camera inputs, acquiring HD 1080p 30fps image data. The system will be capable of processing the image data in real-time running different video analytics algorithms. It will be capable of streaming compressed image data over GigE to a standard video client for diagnostics.
RequirementsThis section contains the links to the requirements documentation in its various revisions.
- Requirements Rev.A (2/4/2014)
- Requirements Rev.B (2/11/2014)
- Customer Requirements Final Rev.A (3/3/2014)
Note: Customer requirements (needs) are in the first tab and engineering requirements (specifications) are in the second tab.
ConstraintsFactors, usually system-level, that limit your design space. (e.g., cost, total weight, total footprint, total power available)
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Project Goals and Key Deliverables
- Present a working prototype of a ruggedized real-time video encoder.
- Design system model
- Working prototype with 4 demos
See Planning & Execution page.