Simulating Evacuation Plan of Fire Disaster Based on Cloud Surveillance System
Keywords:A* Algorithm, Cloud, Escape Route, Fire Detection, Pathfinding, Sketch UP 3D, Unity 3D, 3D Modeling,
AbstractIn the past, most of the fire detection is temperature sampling, but temperature abnormality may cause a false alarm. Past studies of fire detection are causing the alarm, people who want to exit the building can only escape with the exit signal light. It cannot be based on the situation to build the escape route for the people. Therefore, a simulated evacuation planning of fire disaster base on real-time cloud surveillance system is built in this study. The system monitors whether there is a fire in the video. If the system finds the fire, it makes the file and writes the flame spread information immediately. The users install the positioning application and the simulate application made in this study. First, the positioning application will locate user’s device and download the file which contains the information of fire continuously. If the positioning application finds the information, it will send the Intent to turn on the simulation application and simulate the situation immediately. According to the information of fire, the proposed application will recommend the escape route to users in real time, and let users exit as soon as possible. The result is that the time of detecting fire is 0.004 seconds, the time of completing the escape route is 0.004 seconds. Finally, the accuracy is 99.9%.
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