Wireless Surveillance using Rasberry Pi
Wireless surveillance monitoring using Raspberry Pi is a project where you can monitor your home, office, or any other place. You can take still images, watch live streaming and also record the videos.
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In this project you will need a Raspberry Pi, Pi camera, and a Power supply for the Raspberry Pi. You will be using a Linux based OS for Raspberry Pi and Pi camera configuring files and a motion software for recording the video when there is a motion in the room.
- Raspberry Pi 3 B: Raspberry Pi is a Microprocessor which has 40 pins with 27 GPIO pins, it has a 1 Giga Bytes of RAM and a SD card slot for the storage or the ROM,it can be used as a mini computer for low computing operations, it has a dual band LAN, faster Ethernet, Bluetooth, it also has USB and HDMI ports for connecting devices. This device can be used as a server which we are doing in this project.
- Micro SD card: You will need a minimum of 8 gigabytes SD card for this project, this SD card is used as the ROM of the raspberry pi. Use 32 Gigabyte or 64 Gigabytes of
- Display: You can use any kind of display for the project, like monitors, TV or any size display that fits your requirement to configure the Pi.
- Pi Camera: Use the Pi camera to capture still images, live streaming and for video recording.
- Power Supply: Raspberry Pi needs a power supply of 5V and 2A Micro USB type.
- Mouse and keyboard: You will need this to control, monitor, and to configure the Pi.
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- Install the Raspbian OS into the SD card, and boot the Raspberry Pi.
- Download and install the Putty software, this software helps us to access the camera remotely through SSH(Secure Shell Protocol).
- Connect the Raspberry Pi to a Wi-Fi network and check for the IP address of the Pi.
- Connect the Pi camera and enable the camera option in the settings.
- Download the Motion software for the Pi camera and run it in the daemon mode.
- Write a shell script to execute the commands in the terminal for surveillance, still image capturing and recording when there is motion.
Project Brief:The Raspberry Pi when configured and all the required software has been installed then the Pi is ready to be used for surveillance then write a shell script to execute all the terminal commands one by one in order to capture an still image, or for live streaming or for motion capture. After finishing all the configure steps the surveillance system is ready to be installed in your home, or office, or any place where you want to monitor.
- Raspbian OS(Debian Linux): Raspbian operating systems are based on Linux, Raspberry pi are also compatible with Windows and IOS but prefer any Linux based OS
- Putty: Putty is free and open source terminal emulator, serial console and network file transfer application.
- Motion software: Motion software is a software specifically built for Raspberry Pi camera, this software is used to capture images or record video when there is a motion detected.
Linux (terminal commands)
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