A fire fighting robot using Potassium Carbonate Liquid instead of water to create a cooling reaction faster when sprayed in fire to put out fire

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2019
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In this report, we present a multi purpose fire fighting robot to be used to fight fire and save lives. As we know firefighters does a life threatening job to save peoples’ lives when there are fire accidents, but they put their own lives at high risk in the process. The firefighters can themselves get burned, inhale smoke, get injured in various ways and are exposed to chemicals as well. Many firefighters lose their lives while doing their job. What we intend to do is save lives of fire accident victims as well as not keep lives of firefighters at risk by making a robot. Our robot can be controlled by a remote controller and with the help of a 360 degree camera installed in it we can operate it by seeing live feed. The main purpose of our robot is to spray Potassium Carbonate into fires which creates a cooling process and removes fire faster. Our robot will also be able to clear out smoke with a fan so the victims trapped can be able to breathe oxygen instead of inhaling smoke and put out fire.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
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North South University
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