Virtual Reality Fire Robot on Internet of Things Platform

Alen Maria Raj, ASIET; Anju Jyothi ,ASIET; Niya Tojo ,ASIET

Virtual Reality, Robot, Raspberry Pi, IoT, Mini Pan Tilt Kit

Increasing human population and technological development has led to increase in fire accidents and hazards. Adverse conditions and physical limitations of human being make fire extinguishing challenging and demanding task. Fire extinguishing is very risky task and it may involve loss of life. Robotics is the emerging solution to protect the surrounding and human lives. Fire extinguishing robot model can be used for extinguishing the fire during fire accidents. It can reduce the errors and limitations faced by the humans during fire extinguishing task. Our designed robot can locate the fire and extinguish fire before it rages out of control. Our proposed robot can efficiently extinguish any kind of fire in a plane geographical location. We propose firefighting scenarios based training system on virtual reality platform. The main objective of this work is to provide information concerning fire incident and how to deal with this critical situation as realistic as possible. The user interacts with our system by means of virtual reality head-mounted display and our custom controller that mimic the fire extinguisher.
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Paper ID: GRDCF013053
Published in: Conference : National Conference on Emerging Research Trend in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (ERTE’19)
Page(s): 236 - 239