Emergency Services Drone

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2020
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Bangladesh, a low-lying deltaic country, had its long history with natural disasters like floods, cyclones, droughts, tidal surges, tornadoes, earthquakes, river erosion, high arsenic contents of groundwater, and soil salinity. But manmade disasters like infrastructure collapse or break out of fire have worsened the scenario in the recent past. In an underdeveloped country like Bangladesh with its limited resources, drones can play a vital role in these manmade disasters for emergency response or rescue operation. Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles are aircraft which can be controlled remotely without having a pilot aboard. Since drone's first appearance for serving military purposes, UAVs have successively become a vital part of the world we know today. This paper represents the Emergency Services Drone project. It is intended to explore the project's capability in emergency service operations while containing features to collect data and extinguish the fire with the sole purpose of saving human lives.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
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North South University
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