Fire fighting robot with vision camera and gas sensors

 
 
 
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    Yearly there are 150+ deaths are occurring due to fire fighting operations. Most of the deaths are due to presence of poisonous gases being present in the fire fighting areas. If we able to inform fire fighter worker about the presence of gases and hazardous situation, we can able to save their lives.  In now-a-days  robots play a vital part in industry and normal life of human beings , robots  are  the assemble   of  different parts or things which are made by human in order to complete any work with more accuracy.  “Fire Fighting Robot with gas sensors”. The design is costless and will do lot of work. It can be used in industry and for domestic purpose. Important parts involved in the construction of robot are gas sensors, water tank, wireless remote and wireless android device Wi-Fi enabled Camera, A wireless robot will do effective work, thereby making it possible to control the robot from remote location. Keeping all above factors in mind the Robot is capable of being remotely controlled and live video buffering i.e. possessing a multimedia interface was convinced and developed.

     

     


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    Arduino IDE, raspbian Jessie lite OS, python IDLE, fire Robot, carbon dioxide sensor, carbon monoxide sensor.

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Article ID: 12404
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i2.21.12404




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