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Volume 6 Issue 2
Fire Fighting Robot with Human Detection and Audio Recognition
|Anakha A R, Hajira N, Meenakshy S, Nayana S, Arya S
|This paper presents innovative approaches to firefighting robots, addressing critical challenges in fire safety. CeaseFire, equipped with water and CO2 sprays, ensures real-time operations prioritizing human safety, offering user-friendly handling and extended control range. The DaNI(sbRIO)-powered robot excels in rapid fire detection and extinguishing, providing a reliable solution for hazardous situations. In parallel, the YOLOv4-tiny implemented on a limited hardware robot enhances accuracy in victim rescue during firefighting missions. The Arduino UNO-based mini fire-fighting robot autonomously detects and extinguishes fires, minimizing risks to firefighters and incorporating user intervention through an Android app. Additionally, a modular robot employs computer vision, temperature, and UV-TRON sensors for enhanced fire detection, pathfinding, and extinguishing, promising a significant advancement in autonomous firefighting technology. AFDER, an Autonomous Fire Detecting and Extinguishing Robot, integrates robotics, computer vision, and firefighting tech, autonomously navigating with lidar-based mapping and obstacle avoidance. With precise fire detection and targeted extinguishing capabilities, AFDER reduces human intervention, proving adaptable to diverse environments. Collectively, these advancements showcase the potential to revolutionize firefighting, safeguard lives, and address the complex challenges posed by fire emergencies.
|CeaseFire, DaNI(sbRIO), YOLOv4-tiny
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|Fire Fighting Robot with Human Detection and Audio Recognition - Anakha A R, Hajira N, Meenakshy S, Nayana S, Arya S - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12993
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