Human Detection Robot
Natural calamities and disasters such as building collapse, earthquake etc. are some of the most disastrous situations mankind faces and, in such situations, rescuing survivors is the most critical job. From the early 70s, according to the UN, the number of catastrophic events worldwide has quadrupled. When considering disaster response, it goes to the reason that more the help, the better than none. Our proposed work, Human detection robot, can be used in disaster struck areas to detect the presence of humans who are trapped. The rescue team can save a lot of time and effort with the help of these robots. The robot moves in the area controlled by the rescue team. with the help of the live video streaming the rescue team can analyze the situation and plan the rescue operation accordingly. Whenever a person is spotted the robot alerts the rescue team with a message and the current location so that the rescue team can reach there and save the person as soon as possible. Being able to locate individuals quickly can have life-saving implications and result in better outcomes for severe injuries. In the case of a person with a significant leg injury, discovering their whereabouts a few hours earlier could mean the difference between saving their limb or undergoing an amputation that would have long-term consequences. Additionally, the advantages are not limited to humanitarian concerns. If rescue personnel can promptly verify that everyone in a collapsed building has been identified, it will hasten the clearing of roads, removal of the debris, and the community’s ability to begin the rebuilding process.
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