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This diploma thesis focuses on usability of the Linux operation system in security camera
 
This diploma thesis focuses on usability of the Linux operation system in security camera
JABLOCOM EYE-02. This camera is equipped with Atmel AT91SAM9260 microcont-
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JABLOCOM EYE-02. This camera is equipped with Atmel AT91SAM9260 microcontroller.
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In the first part is shortly described the way how the operation system has been
 
In the first part is shortly described the way how the operation system has been
 
prepared for the use in this device. This is followed by some introduction to Linux device
 
prepared for the use in this device. This is followed by some introduction to Linux device
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the video sensor a one for the ISI, which is in the kernel not yet supported.
 
the video sensor a one for the ISI, which is in the kernel not yet supported.
 
The conclusion describes reached results and possibilities of future development.
 
The conclusion describes reached results and possibilities of future development.
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* '''Vít Jiří''', mailto:vitji968b@seznam.cz
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* '''Píša Pavel''', mailto:pisa@cmp.felk.cvut.cz
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* '''JABLOCOM s.r.o.''', mailto:www.jablocom.com

Revision as of 17:17, 5 May 2010

Evaluation of Use of GNU/Linux Operating System for Security Camera EYE-02

Author: Vít Jiří

Diplomové práce 2009

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This diploma thesis focuses on usability of the Linux operation system in security camera JABLOCOM EYE-02. This camera is equipped with Atmel AT91SAM9260 microcontroller.

In the first part is shortly described the way how the operation system has been prepared for the use in this device. This is followed by some introduction to Linux device drivers, their usual structure and development methods. Next chapters describe driver development for some devices used in the camera, this is CMOS video sensor and PIR motion sensor. The video sensor is connected to the microprocessor using specialised ISI interface, so the thesis presents two drivers – one for the video sensor a one for the ISI, which is in the kernel not yet supported. The conclusion describes reached results and possibilities of future development.