Development of an Automated Rescue System

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Volume-4 Issue-8                      
Year of Publication : 2013
Authors : Santhoshi Shingirikonda , K Vanisree


Santhoshi Shingirikonda , K Vanisree. "Development of an Automated Rescue System". International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT). V4(8):3651-3655 Aug 2013. ISSN:2231-5381. published by seventh sense research group.


In order to effectively provide efficient rescue system for the ships in any position if they catch fire or any other fire accidents in the ships, a kind of An Automated Rescue System is designed with ARM as its core controller, collects the fire pollutant indexes consisting of exhaust particulates, sulphur oxides, carbon oxides, as well as nitrogen oxides through different gas sensors and takes adva ntage of Global Position System(GPS) to obtain the Ships exact position, after that, the information collected is sent as a SMS to the Centre control computer via GSM. Moreover, in order to provide Rescue Departments convenience in supervising the Lost Shi ps or Fire caught ships, the system also uses Global System for Mobile Communications wireless transmission in which it alarms when the ships are caught up with fire and about sink. Practical run shows that the system is well realized with the function of GPS positioning, remote data transmission, Sensing the fire emitted gasses and the precision of the system is not more the 2,5 percentage


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