PHOENIX: Drone Aided Disaster Management System

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2019
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There are traditional ways that we have used to control and deal with the after math of fire hazards and natural calamities like earthquakes and cyclone. But as the technology has developed in recent years we have come up with a more innovative method to tackle this problem which we believe can save more lives. Our solution is PHOENIX. It is a pair of drones that are designed for surveillance and survival package delivery in the case of a disaster management. The reason why we chose to work with drones is because one of the major aspect of a drone is that it can reach where a person cannot. In many disastrous situations that is a major factor in saving lives. Traditional methods has to work from a distance and is inaccessible in tight places. Our drones can provide an overview of the whole effected area and show exactly where to send rescuers and resources to save maximum lives and goods. In case of disasters these drones can be used for surveillance and also for deployment of fire extinguishing agents and emergence survival kits. These small changes can cause a major difference in a life and death situation. We believe that in the right hand our project can save a lot of lives in disaster situations.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
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North South University
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