- Volume 41 Issue 4
In this paper, a capsule body shaped surveillance/monitoring device is developed. The device includes a camera and GPS module to transmit live video data and real time GPS coordinates respectively using the Intel Edison module. A control application is developed for the smart phones and tablets to wirelessly view the live video stream and location of the capsule device and also to switch between the multiple capsule devices installed at different locations. The coordination between the developed device and the smart phone / tablet is done using the wireless function of the Intel Edison module.
IoT;Throw-shaped camera;Wireless Control System;Live Video Streaming;GPS
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Grant : BK21플러스
Supported by : 금오공과대학교