STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVES
The main objective of this system is to enhance the existing monitoring system of the College of Computer Studies to provide more efficient security system for the College.
The specific objectives of this project are as follows:
To replace the existing CCTV cameras with an added feature that is capable of Night Vision and capable of capturing a more quality pictures/videos. To install a Solar Panel that will serve as source of energy of the proposed system.
To add more memory disk space. Enhancing the monitoring system will produce a more quality videos, which will result to a larger size of each.
To improve the safety and security of the students, faculty members and other staffs by means of continuous monitoring within the building premises.
To assist in identifying offenders so authorized people can be notified in apprehending and implementing disciplinary actions to offenders.
SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS
The following Scope of the proposed system are: (1) The existing CCTVs will be replaced with new CCTVs that has the following specifications: 600TVL Resolution, Weatherproof cameras for indoor or outdoor use, 120 feet of night vision, and Camera Weather rating IP66 (2) The CCTV will be powered by the Solar Panel for a less consumption of electricity. With this, the CCTV can still work whenever loss of electricity occurs. (3) More memory disk space (1 TB HDD) will be added for storing higher quality and larger size of the captured videos. SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS
(4) The added CCTVs can improve the security and safetiness of all the students, faculty and other staff inside the building because of the added features of each CCTV and by means of monitoring the building 24/7/365. (5) The proposed system is effective and helpful in providing valid evidence if any complain arises.
The following are the limitations of the proposed system: (1) CCTVs that will be installed cannot capture the whole area that it covers because the cameras are fixed and cannot function as a 360° camera. RELATED LITERATURE/SYSTEMS
Mr. Morgan stated in the article about Queens Park bridge fire sparks renewed calls for CCTV and wardens in Crewe of , “There’s no protection in the park whatsoever which leaves it open to vandalism, theft and whatever. The park needs CCTV and wardens to help combat the vandalism.” (Ryan, 2012)
Dandeker (1999) regards surveillance as a ‘feature of all social relationships’ that involves the management of information and the supervision of individuals’ activities.’
German and Philippine solar technology developers are pushing for a massive installation of solar panels on rooftops of households, commercial establishments and buildings as these could help ensure the country’ energy security over the long term. (Remo, 2012)
“The CCTV has been instrumental in the solution of many crimes both here and abroad. Pasay’s new policy is in line with our peace and order campaign with emphasis on deterring crimes like burglary, theft and even kidnapping” Mayor Antonino Calixto said in the article ‘Pasay requires CCTV cams in some shops’. (Morelos, 2012)
Lyon stated, (1994) ‘in other words, surveillance is simultaneously a means of social control and a means of ensuring that citizens’ rights are respected. As a result surveillance can be seen as the outcome of both the quest of citizenship and of strategies to increase the level of control, having positive, as well as negative, ramifications’.
According to the article ‘Quick Guide to Choosing a Night Vision Camera’, the main criteria for selection of a night vision CCTV camera are: Resolution – This is described by the number of vertical lines the camera can display. Sensitivity – Measured in units of Lux, it describes when...