2020 / Industrial And Life Science Design / Safety Designs / Student

Auto-deployable Fire Response Drone

  • Prizes
    Winner in Design for Society/Design for Society, Top Design Winner in Industrial and Life Science Design/Safety Designs
  • Lead Designer
    Haoyang Chen
  • Project Link
  • University
    Pratt Institute

According to statistics from the U.S. Fire Administration and the UCS, a growing trend of fire-related death rates and economic losses. The growth in population can compromise the efficiency of fire rescue in the future. This auto-deployable drone is aimed to maximize fire-rescue efficiency and eliminate false alarms by executing 4 functions: detecting the fire situation, reporting the fire situation and presence of human in danger, directing the evacuation process and extinguishing the fire. It can be deployed from both interior spaces or fire trucks.

Photo Credit: Haoyang Chen