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Custom motor control of industrial PTZ camera

Student(en):

Betreuer:

Nikolaos Kariotoglou, Reto Hofmann
Beschreibung:

PTZ cameras are traditionally controlled either by joystick or with preset positions. The most common protocol in devices is VISCA and was established more than 25 years ago by SONY; It is outdated and turns out to be the limiting factor when using PTZ cameras for closed-loop control with vision feedback. The goal of this thesis is to redesign the motor control of an off-the-shelf PTZ camera using an Arduino and a motor control shield such that the unit can be controlled by one of the existing vision feedback systems in the lab.

Useful experience:
  • Control theory
  • Micro-controller programming
  • Electronics


Weitere Informationen
Professor:

John Lygeros
Projektcharakteristik:

Typ:
Art der Arbeit: Implementation
Voraussetzungen: Control theory, Experience with micro-controller programming, Experience with electronics
Anzahl StudentInnen:
Status: open
Projektstart:
Semester: N/A