Fire Brigade Robot
Fire Brigade Robot Description
In firefighting and emergency rescue, Fire Brigade Robot can replace firefighters and rescuers to enter dangerous disaster sites.
Such as flammable, explosive, toxic, hypoxic, dense smoke, etc.
The Fire Brigade Robot can carry out fire-fighting and rescue work such as fire extinguishing, smoke blocking, smoke exhausting, investigation, and cooling.
And the collection, processing and feedback of data can be carried out at the same time.
Transmission video latency is less than 250 ms.
The Fire Brigade Robot is equipped with an anti-interference millimeter-wave radar that can penetrate smoke and water mist environments.
It can effectively detect obstacles. Using image processing technology to automatically capture the ignition point.
Fire Brigade Robot Features
1. Strong adaptability
- With independent suspension chassis and six-wheel all-drive design, it can adapt to different disaster sites
- It can climb over vertical obstacles with a height of 63cm and a slope of 35°, and the wading depth can reach 60cm
2. High temperature resistance
- The cooling protection system allows the robot to work normally in a high temperature environment of 800 to 1000 degrees
3. Non-line-of-sight remote control operation
- The robot is equipped with anti-jamming millimeter-wave radar to sense the complex rescue environment
- Transmission video latency is less than 250 ms
- Using image processing technology to automatically capture the ignition point
- It can be customized according to the rescue needs of actual use scenarios
- Can be composed of fire-extinguishing and smoke-exhausting robots, anti-terrorism and riot-repelling robots, unmanned combat vehicles, nuclear environment detection and inspection robots, etc.
Fire Brigade Robot Advantages
|Dimension||2750*1590*2160mm||Lateral overturning angle||30 degrees|
|Weight||1250kg||Minimum ground clearance||310mm|
|Max. Traction||9kN||Max. Remote control distance||1000m|
|Speed||10km/h||Max. Video signal delay||Less than 250ms|
|Vertical obstacle height||630mm||Max. Video transmission distance||1000m|
|Max. Climbing angle||35 degrees||Radar detection distance||30m|
Fire Brigade Robot Buying Guide
What is a fire brigade robot?
Figure 1: Fire Brigade Robot
A fire brigade robot is a type of robotic device that is designed to assist firefighters in responding to and extinguishing fires.
These robots can enter hazardous environments and perform tasks that may be too dangerous or difficult for humans to do. A fire brigade robot is designed to assist human firefighters in difficult situations where risk is greater for human life. A fire brigade robot can perform tasks such as collecting information, giving live video transmission, entering the fire site, clearing the path, etc.
How do fire brigade robots work?
Figure 2: Fire Brigade Robot Control
Fire brigade robots typically use a combination of sensors, cameras, and other advanced technologies to navigate their environment and locate the source of a fire.
They can be equipped with a variety of tools and equipment, such as water cannons and thermal cameras, to help extinguish fires and gather information about the fire scene. A fire brigade robot is controlled via a remote controller which can be used from a max distance of 1000m.
What are some advantages of using fire brigade robots?
Figure 3: Figure Brigade Robot With Water Cannon
Fire brigade robots can provide a number of benefits, including:
Robots can perform tasks in hazardous environments that may be too dangerous for humans, such as entering burning buildings or working in areas with high levels of smoke or toxic gasses.
Robots can work quickly and tirelessly, allowing firefighters to focus on other tasks and potentially save more lives and property.
Robots can use sensors and other technologies to gather detailed information about the fire scene, which can help firefighters make more informed decisions about how to respond to the fire.
Are fire brigade robots used in real-life fire fighting situations?
Figure 4: Real-Life Situation
Baijirobot have already tested their fire brigade robots in real-life situations in china. Local fire brigade departments of Shanghai, Sichuan, Beijing, etc have used fire brigade robots in real-life situations dealing with fire rescue missions. These robots are primarily used in research and testing and in some specialized applications such as hazardous materials incidents.
They provide valuable assistance to human firefighters by exploring burning buildings and gathering information, such as the location of fires and the presence of dangerous gasses. Some robots also have fire-extinguishing capabilities. However, firefighting heavily depends on human physical abilities and decision-making abilities, and it is still difficult for robots to replace human capabilities in most fire scenes. As technology improves, it is likely that fire brigade robots will become more prevalent in real-life firefighting situations in the future.
What types of tasks can fire brigade robots perform?
Fire brigade robots can be equipped with a variety of sensors and tools, such as cameras, thermal imaging, and gas detectors. Some robots have the ability to move through tight spaces and climb stairs, while others can be controlled remotely to search for victims or extinguish fires.
A Fire brigade robot can perform tasks such as collecting information from a fire site, guiding a safe path for firefighters to enter the site, exhausting the dangerous gasses and smoke, and other tasks as well.
A Fire brigade robot can act independently when entering the fire site to create a safe path. It can dodge obstacles and return back on its own. Fire brigade robots can also detect the presence of harmful gasses in the atmosphere, where a human can fail at this task.
Can fire brigade robots replace human firefighters?
Firefighting is a physically demanding and dangerous job that requires a high level of skill and training. Firefighters not only fight the fire but also conduct rescue operations, provide emergency medical care and perform other life-saving tasks.
A fire brigade robot can not completely replace a human firefighter in terms of skills but when it comes to assisting, a fire brigade robot can perform dangerous and risky tasks where human life can be in danger while performing. Additionally, decision-making and adapting to the dynamic and unpredictable environments of a fire scene is difficult for robots, as it requires a level of situational awareness, judgment, and common sense that AI is still far from achieving.
However, fire brigade robots can provide valuable assistance to human firefighters by exploring burning buildings and gathering information, such as the location of fires and the presence of dangerous gasses. They can also help to extinguish fires and perform other tasks that would be dangerous for humans. In this way, they can help to make firefighting operations more efficient and safer for human firefighters. It’s possible that fire brigade robots could become more prevalent in real-life firefighting situations in the future, but they will not replace human firefighters.
What are some challenges of using fire brigade robots?
There are several challenges that must be overcome when using fire brigade robots, For example:
- Navigation: Navigating a burning building can be difficult for robots, as the environment is often smoke-filled, dark, and cluttered with debris. Additionally, buildings can be complex, with tight spaces and stairs. To overcome this problem, Baijirobot has equipped the Anti-jamming millimeter-wave radar on the robot.
- Environmental factors: the robot should be able to handle different environmental factors such as high temp, multiple terrains, and intense heat during the fire rescue operation. The most challenging part is to make a robot sustainable for high temperatures. In our case, the Baijirobot fire brigade robot can survive and work well even at 800-1000 ℃ temperature.
- Cost: Fire brigade robots can be expensive to purchase and maintain, which can be a barrier to their widespread adoption.
- Training: The operator must be trained to effectively operate the robot and make quick decisions on the field
- Limited Capabilities: Robots currently have some limitations in terms of physical capabilities, and decision-making, thus their capabilities are limited when compared to human firefighters
- Communication: Firefighters must be able to communicate effectively with the robot and vice versa, which can be difficult in high-noise environments or when the robot is out of sight or radio range.
- Operational conditions: robots are not designed to handle the high pressure and variable conditions of fire service operations, which puts a constraint on their operational time
- Deployment: Robots can be heavy, bulky, and complex to transport and deploy, which can make them challenging to use in rural areas or in buildings with limited access. However, Baijirobot has designed an independent suspension chassis for the fire brigade robot. This chassis uses a 6-wheel drive system and the combination of these two features make fire brigade robot adopt multiple terrains environment.
A typical fire brigade robot might face these challenges hard to overcome but Easy to use and equipped with high AI technology, Baijirobot Fire brigade robot is designed to overcome these challenges. Whether it comes to cost, limited capabilities, navigation, deployment, etc, our Fire brigade robot is designed to work flawlessly despite these difficulties.
How long do fire brigade robots typically last?
Figure 5: Fire Brigade Robots
It’s hard to give an average lifespan for fire brigade robots because it will depend on the specific design of the robot and how it’s used. It’s always a good idea to check the manufacturer’s recommendations and warranty when buying a robot. Baijirobot offers 1-year free warranty over their fire brigade robots.
Robots that are used in hazardous materials incidents or in other specialized applications may have a shorter lifespan due to exposure to corrosive chemicals or other harsh conditions. For example, robots designed to work in toxic environments may have a lifespan of a few months or years, while robots designed for more general use may have a lifespan of several years.
However, Baijirobot ensures that the fire brigade robot will last longer than a typical robot. Along with 1-year warranty for non-artificial damage, Baijirobot also offers a paid lifetime warranty support for their products.