Fire Fighter Robots
Fire Fighter Robots Description
Fire Fighter Robots can replace firefighters in where
- high temperature
- thick smoke
- strong heat radiation
- easy to collapse
And other key parts of the dangerous environment.
Fire Fighter Robot can carry out fire rescue work such as fire fighting, smoke blocking, smoke exhausting, investigation, and cooling.
The Fire Fighter Robots has strong ground adaptability and can climb over vertical obstacles with a height of 63cm and a slope with a slope of about 35°.
Fire Fighter Robots Features
- Super ground adaptability:
- Able to climb over vertical obstacles with a height of 63cm
- Can pass through waters with a depth of 60cm
- Able to climb slopes with a gradient of about 35°
- Non-line-of-sight remote control operation
- Equipped with anti-jamming millimeter wave radar
- Use image processing technology to automatically capture the ignition point
- Transmission video delay is less than 250 ms
- Plenty of power:
- High-capacity and high-efficiency lithium battery pack
- Able to drag 4 full fire hoses and walk 100 meters
- We have customized robots for firefighting and smoke exhausting, anti-terrorism and rioting robots, unmanned combat vehicles, nuclear environmental inspection and other robots for customers
Fire Fighter Robots 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 Fighter Robots Buying Guide
How Does A Fire Fighter Robot Work?
Figure 1: Fire Fighter Robot Robot
The Fire Fighter Robot is operated by a remote controller which works at max 1000m range. The robot is easy to use and it’s equipped with a perception system that compliments the control of the robot. Fire Fighter Robot is powered by the high capacity Lithium battery pack, graded with high efficiency. There are some advanced AI image processing sensors installed in this robot that can automatically detect smoke or flame and lead the robot on its way to rescue.
Fire Fighter Robot can carry 4 full-size water hoses and can drag them to 100 meters.
How Are Robots Used In Firefighting?
Figure 2: Fire Fighter Robot against fire
Fire Fighter Robot can easily penetrate smoke screens with the help of equipped features. Fire Fighter Robot can also run faster than human firefighters, they can also handle a lot of heat abuse because of the strong shell. The robots can sense the direction or source of the fire with their advanced image processing system, and allow the user to act upon that information from a safe distance. Fire Fighter Robot can also handle fire anonymously.
Fire Fighter Robot can tackle fire easily and they can provide field information to the user. Multiple sensors on the robot monitor the situation which can be very helpful to identify the cause of the fire. Robots can also collect samples from the field. Firefighters can also use the robot to exhaust smoke and clear their vision on site.
What are the disadvantages of Fire Fighter Robots?
Like every other computer-based technology, Fire Fighter Robot do have disadvantages as well. Keep in mind that these disadvantages don’t affect the performance of our Fire Fighter Robots.
- Not be used for large fires
- Have limitations of remote control range
- Video transmission works for 100 meters
- Need more than 1 battery pack for long operations
- Firefighting robots are expensive to produce
- Need maintenance
- Requires trained staff
What Are The Advantages Of Fire Fighter Robots?
Fire Fighter Robots have various advantages including:
- Fast mobility
- Strong durability
- Can penetrate through thick smoke
- Protects firefighters
- Can crawl through obstacles
- Uses image-processing technology for information
- Long remote range of 1000 meters
- High-efficiency battery pack
- 4 full-size water hoses.
What Is The Future Of Firefighting?
Fire Fighter Robot are surely the bright Future of the firefighting profession, and here’s why?
Figure 3: Fire Fighter Robot with water hoses
The firefighting profession has been around for more than 19 centuries and by that time firefighters have come across different technologies. If we talk about the health risk of firefighters it goes way beyond our expectations. Firefighters are exposed to heart failure, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases, and hepatitis.
The Future of the firefighting profession is now on a much healthier track than before. Thanks to our latest and advanced AI Fire Fighter Robot, firefighters are now barely exposed to the risk of these diseases. Robots can lead firefighters and protect them by blocking smoke or exhausting smoke; even a robot can handle situations where a person can not reach them.
Do Firefighters Use Robots?
Yes, nowadays Fire Fighter Robot are being used among firefighters around the globe.
Figure 4: Fire Fighter Robot at the fire station
There are many situations where firefighters prefer using firefighting robots instead of sending their men. In situations like a claustrophobic place, toxic smoke, chemical burning, or danger of explosion, firefighters use robots to take control and handle fire. Fire Fighter Robots can be very helpful in these conditions.
What Technology Is Used For Firefighting?
Usually, thermal cameras and see-through vision helmets are used for firefighting but the important technology that is used in firefighting is robots.
Fire Fighter Robots are highly advanced pieces of technology that are developed for firefighters to tackle fire easily without risking their lives. Fire Fighter Robots are equipped with all essential sensors such as thermal image processing cameras, smoke sensors, video transmission devices, AI computers, water injection hoses, and perception systems.
Who Makes Fire Fighter Robots?
BaijiRobots are manufacturing high-quality standard robots for various fields, our production line ensures that the final product is going to stand the expectations of our customers.
Figure 5: Fire Fighter Robot / BaijiRobots assembly line
BaijiRobots are making Fire Fighter Robots to help firefighters in hard life-risking conditions. Our company is a research and development-based company and we take pride in solving problems with the help of our developed technology.
Figure 6: BaijiRobots’ technicians working on Fire Fighter Robots
Our company is highly dedicated to the R&D profession and our goal is to help society. After seeing the Notre Dame Cathedral fire we decided to take a step and develop a Fire Fighter Robot.
How Can Fire Fighter Robots Help With Wildfires?
Fire Fighter Robots are equipped with smart AI features such as Anti-jamming wave radar, perception system, and field data analysis technology that protects and helps firefighters during Wildfires.
Figure 7: Fire Fighter Robots on the field
Wildfires are considered the most lethal and hard-to-control situation. Wildfire spreads very quickly and makes it hard to control. Firefighters face various problems during wildfires such as oxygen deficiency, thick smoke, obstacles, and lack of field information.
During this hard time, a Fire Fighter Robot can take charge and lead a fire fighting crew to successfully take control of the wildfire. Whether it be smoke blocking, fire rescue, smoke exhausting, investigation, or cooling down the fire, a Fire Fighter Robot can perform all the tasks. With the perception system technology, a Fire Fighter Robot can penetrate through the smoke and water mist while collecting information and sending it to the team at the same time.
The AI image processing of the Fire Fighter Robot can automatically detect ignition points during the rescue work. The Fire Fighter Robot is equipped with an advanced monitoring system with a low latency video delay of 250ms.
Can Fire Fighter Robots Be Controlled From Long Range?
Figure 8: Fire Fighter Robots range
Yes, Fire Fighter Robots can be controlled from the extended range of 1000m with a max video delay (250ms).
The Fire Fighter Robot radar has a 30m coverage and a max remote range of 1000m and the video transmission also works for the 1000m range. It doesn’t matter if the Robot is being controlled at max range value, the video transmission delay always stays under 250m.