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First Responder Tracking & Vitals Monitor. Team 39 Gino buzzelli Isaac elbaz Timothy Hemingway Matthew hogan Jonathan pahl Samuel Pezzino. Problem Statement. According to the US Fire Administration in conjunction with FEMA: 46.5% of fatal injuries are due to heart attacks.
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First Responder Tracking & Vitals Monitor Team 39 Gino buzzelli Isaac elbaz Timothy Hemingway Matthew hogan Jonathan pahl Samuel Pezzino
Problem Statement According to the US Fire Administration in conjunction with FEMA: 46.5% of fatal injuries are due to heart attacks. The monitoring of vitals will aid supervisors in preventing injury or death of first responders. Tracking location will allow for rapid recovery of injured personnel. The mapping of building’s interior will give fire fighters a better understanding of a hazardous situation.
Current System’s Shortfalls PHASER - does not provide location data which is necessary to rapidly extract injured first responders GLANSER – provides location data but does not provide vitals HARRISGR100– provides mapping and location data however does not provide vitals
System Overview Command Center Fire Fighter Unit
Vitals Monitoring • Real time monitoring of vitals will help prevent life threatening conditions such as: • Heatstroke • Heart attack • The fire fighter unit will monitor: • Heart Rate • Body Temperature • Blood O2 levels
Tracking Tracking of personnel in a hazardous environment will allow for rapid extrication in the event of injury. Tracking will be accomplished by triangulation. Triangulation data will be used in conjunction with the mapping module to produce an interior model of the building.
Interior Mapping The firefighter unit will be connected to a LIDAR device to measure distances to obstructions from the individual. This data will be used to construct a map of the interior of the environment.
Work Schedule Breakdown Required development time: 198 Days Required budget for development: $2,122,275.00