Adding my 2 cents here... and I'm being generous with the value of my comment, maybe just 1 cent... AI should be able to help a lot with the recognition tasks. Edge Computing AI, done in the camera module might have to be custom developed for the application, but if you have the AI folks... (read more)
Ive been using Filemaker pro as a Database as its easy to tailor make the DB to suit your need, get the images imported, and set the fields up as pull down menus. FMP is compatible with Mac/PC ad the software is robust and well supported. Data can then be exported as required,... (read more)
My friend Charbax of ARMDevices.net posted a video about STM's 60GHz Short Range RF system. This module was announced recently at Embedded World 2019, it is designed to provide high bandwith link over short distances. It seems to be perfect for transfering images from camera traps that are... (read more)
I think that tracking would be an interesting way to go, but the issue is that if you do discover who takes it and the person is dangerous, how can it be handled. I guess it's more of a game of deterrents and understanding why people take the cameras. If they just think they are security cameras... (read more)
When you mention 'location' you refer to the location of the images from where they are imported from? And not the gps location from the EXIF data if it's available, right?
Yes, that's right -- I should have said the 'directory of those images'.... (read more)
You are right in that cyberpoaching is becoming an increasing risk. I have seen various cases where information posted on social media has provided too much information and then ended up in the wrong hands (e.g. ... (read more)