[ECE 453] Re: Precise Network Node Locations - Need response from everyone

Probably one would be the most feasible and would look cooler if we didn't
have gaps in surveillance.

Kenneth Knox
Senior, Computer Engineering
Clemson University


>
> On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 5:43 PM, <mgarren@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
>> Option one sounds good to me
>>
>>                                 Matt
>>
>> > Hello everyone-
>> >
>> > The network group has put together 3 different scenarios for where,
>> > exactly, to put our cameras and thus network nodes along perimeter.
>> Please
>> > respond to me (bgarris@xxxxxxxxxxx) with your 1st and 2nd picks, so I
>> can
>> > finalize it and so that everyone can keep moving ahead with the
>> project.
>> >
>> > Scenario 1: Small area (Jervey Gym to C2/R3 parking lots, little/no
>> gaps
>> > in
>> >             surveillance
>> >    2 fixed cameras (pointing opposite directions) and 1 PTZ on A1
>> > lightpole
>> >        [corner of entrance to football practice fields]
>> >    1 fixed camera (pointing down hill) and 1 PTZ on corner of Jervey
>> Gym
>> >    1 fixed camera (direction undetermined yet) and 1 PTZ on C36
>> lightpole
>> >        [entrance to C2/R3 parking lots]
>> >
>> >    Notes: small, simple mesh - adequate number of intersections, fewer
>> > nodes
>> >           = fewer enclosures, etc.
>> >           Might be simplest and easiest
>> >
>> > Scenario 2: Medium area (Jervey Gym to Lee Hall (C4 Parking Lot), some
>> > gaps
>> >             in surveillance
>> >    1 fixed cam & 1 PTZ on A1 lightpole
>> >        [corner of entrance to football practice fields]
>> >    1 fixed cam & 1 PTZ on C36 lightpole
>> >        [entrance to C2/R3 parking lots]
>> >    1 fixed cam on C39
>> >        [corner w/ Williamson Rd]
>> >    1 PTZ on G258
>> >        [in between Williamson Rd and Lee Hall Parking Lot]
>> >    1 fixed cam on G263
>> >        [entrance to Lee Hall Parking Lot]
>> >
>> >     Notes: some gaps to deal with in programming, etc., more
>> enclosures
>> to
>> >            fabricate, mount, etc., medium mesh
>> >            Feasible but more work
>> >
>> > Scenario 3: Large area (Jervey Gym to Cherry Rd. intersection),
>> multiple
>> >             large gaps in surveillance
>> >     all 7 cameras on different light poles all along perimeter
>> >
>> >     Notes: large gaps in surveillance (trees, etc.), large mesh, may
>> have
>> >            issues attenuating signals, but would cover a long straight
>> >            stretch of road. Also more intersections
>> >
>> >
>> > PLEASE send me your responses/choices ASAP, as well as any
>> > notes/concerns/helpful or critical input you may have.
>> >
>> > Thanks guys,
>> > Ben Garrison
>> > Networking Group Lead
>> > bgarris@xxxxxxxxxxx
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>>
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