Robot Fire Fighter
Robot Fire Fighter Description
Firefighting robot can replace firefighters to enter the scene of dangerous disasters in firefighting and emergency rescue.
Firefighting robot is equipped with a perception system that can penetrate the smoke and water mist environment.
Firefighting robot can effectively detect obstacles. Image processing technology is used to automatically capture the ignition point.
The transmission video delay is less than 250 ms.
According to the rescue needs of the actual use scene, it can be customized.
Robot Fire Fighter Features
- 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°
- Using high temperature resistant tires
- Non-line-of-sight remote control operation
- Equipped with a perception system that can penetrate smoke and water mist environments
- 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
- It can be customized by different rescue situation
Robot Fire Fighter 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|
Robot Fire Fighter Buying Guide
Welcome to our FAQ guide for BaijiRobot Fire Fighters!
You can find comprehensive information about our firefighting robots and their capabilities in this guide.
This guide will answer some of the most commonly asked questions about our robot fire fighters, including their capabilities, costs, and performance.
If you’re considering buying a Baijirobot fire fighter, we hope this information will help you make an informed choice.
However, if you have any further questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
What is a Robot Fire Fighter?
A robot that is made expressly to put out flames is called a robot fire fighter. These robots are frequently furnished with a variety of sensors, cameras, and other instruments and apparatus that enable them to locate and put out flames.
Figure 1 Baijirobot Fire Fighter
How does a Robot Fire Fighter work?
Baijirobot fire fighters are remotely controlled or can operate autonomously using pre-programmed instructions. Equipped with cameras, sensors, and other technologies to help them navigate and operate in a fire environment. They can carry out tasks such as reconnaissance, surveillance, search and rescue operations and even fire suppression. They can be controlled remotely by a firefighter, or they can operate autonomously using pre-programmed instructions, depending on the specific model and its capabilities.
Figure 2 Working with the Baijirobot Fire Fighters
What are the advantages of using a Robot Fire Fighter?
Using a Robot Fire Fighter has a number of benefits, such as:
- They can enter and manoeuvre through tight or small locations that could be risky or difficult for human firemen to penetrate.
- They can operate in risky situations without endangering the safety of human firefighters, such as chemical fires or nuclear mishaps.
- They don’t require pauses or relaxation so they may work nonstop.
- They may be controlled and operated remotely, providing more flexibility and control.
Figure 3 Operating a Robot Fire Fighter Remotely
Can Robot Fire Fighters replace human firefighters?
It is unlikely that Robot Fire Fighters will completely replace human firefighters in the near future. While they have many advantages, there are certain tasks and situations that may still require the presence and expertise of human firefighters. Additionally, Robot Fire Fighters may not be able to fully replicate the decision-making and problem-solving capabilities of human firefighters.
How much will a Robot Fire Fighter cost me?
The price of a Robot Fire Fighter might differ greatly depending on the size and capabilities of the robot. Please contact us to get a comprehensive list of our robot fire fighters and corresponding prices.
Are Robot Fire Fighters effective at fighting fires?
Robotic firefighters are efficient in finding and putting out flames in general, and they can be especially helpful in circumstances where it would be risky or difficult for human firefighters to reach the fire.
What industries or environments are Robot Fire Fighters typically used in?
Robot fire fighters are commonly used in a variety of industries and environments, such as industrial facilities, petrochemical plants, airports, and tunnels. They can be used in environments that are too dangerous for human firefighters, such as hazardous materials storage facilities and underground mines. They can also be used in large buildings and structures where it is difficult for human firefighters to navigate.
Figure 4 Robot Fire Fighters in dangerous environment
How does your Robot Fire Fighter communicate with its operators and other firefighters?
Baijirobot fire fighters use a wireless communication method to send and receive information. They can be controlled remotely by a firefighter through a control panel, and they can also send real-time information about a fire such as the temperature and smoke levels to human firefighters. Additionally, Baiji robots can be integrated with other firefighting equipment and communication systems for enhanced performance and communication.
Figure 5 Human-Computer Interaction/communication
How is your Robot Fire Fighter maintained and serviced?
Baiji robots need regular servicing and maintenance to stay in good operating condition. This can include regular inspections, cleaning, and replacement of parts. Although Baiji robots are very easy to operate, the robots are designed to be easily maintained and serviced by trained personnel. For the robots to run and be maintained effectively, Baiji also offers technical assistance and training.
Figure 6 Robot Fire Fighter maintenance and service
How long does your Robot Fire Fighter typically last before needing to be replaced?
The life span of a Baijirobot fire fighter can vary depending on usage, maintenance, and the environment in which it is operated. On average, with regular maintenance, they can last for several years. But as technology develops, some parts could need to be upgraded or replaced.
Are there any regulations or standards that a Robot Fire Fighter must meet?
There are a variety of regulations and standards that robot fire fighters must meet, depending on the country and industry in which they are used. These can include safety standards, performance standards, and environmental standards. Baiji robots are designed to meet or exceed the relevant regulations and standards in the countries and industries where they are sold.
How does your Robot Fire Fighter compare in terms of speed and agility to a human firefighter?
Baiji robots have a high level of manoeuvrability and mobility, and they can navigate through tight spaces and rough terrain with ease. They can also work in conditions that would be too risky for human firefighters. In terms of speed, the Baijirobot Fire Fighter have a speed of 10km/hr.
What are the specifications of the Robot Fire fighter?
The Baiji Robot Fire Fighters have the following specifications
Vertical obstacle height
Max. Climbing angle
Lateral overturning angle
Minimum ground clearance
Max. Remote control distance
Max. Video signal delay
Less than 250ms
Max. Video transmission distance
Radar detection distance
What is the PCB production machine? (Link to video here)
PCB stands for Printed Circuit Board, it is the “brain” of any electronic device, it connects all the electronic components together in a circuit. Baijirobot are equipped with advanced PCBs and control systems to ensure smooth and efficient operation.
Do you inspect the Robot Fire Fighter before selling them?
Baijirobot conducts thorough inspections and testing on all robots before they are sold to ensure that they meet the company’s high standards for quality and performance. This includes a series of functional, safety and performance tests to ensure that the robot is fully operational and meets the standards.
Figure 7 Robot Fire Fighter Inspection
Can a Robot Fire Fighter be used in hazardous environments, such as chemical fires or nuclear accidents?
Baiji robots are specifically designed to operate in hazardous environments. They are equipped with advanced sensors and cameras to detect and monitor hazardous materials, and they are built to withstand extreme temperatures of 800 to 1000 ℃ and even harsh conditions.
Can my Robot Fire Fighter be remotely operated from a distance?
Yes, Baiji robots can be remotely operated from a safe distance by a human operator through a control panel or a mobile device. The maximum remote-control distance is 1000m. This allows for the robot to be operated in hazardous areas or areas that are too dangerous for human firefighters to enter.
Figure 8 Working with a Robot Fire Fighter
What types of sensors and equipment are used by the Robot Fire Fighter to detect and fight fires?
Some sensors and equipment include:
- Temperature sensors: to detect the presence and intensity of a fire
- Smoke detectors: used to identify the presence of smoke.
- Cameras: to provide visual information about the environment and the fire
- Water cannons or foam dispensers: to extinguish the fire
- Tools such as manipulator’s arms can be used to reach and control environmental items
- Thermal imaging sensors: detects heat to locate fire source
- Anti-jamming millimetre wave radar: detects obstacles, resistant to jamming
- Customized sensors: specialized sensors to detect specific environmental conditions and hazards.