FIRE DETECTION AND NOTIFICATION IN TRAINS USING GSM
Keywords:ATMEGA 8 microcontroller, GSM wireless technology, Sensors, buzzer, LCD display
Fire accidents occur in most of public transport which causes loss for human life and government property. There are a number of way to avoid fire and thus decrease loss. Fire caused in running train dangerous because of wind helps spread the fire. This time delay between the accident and first responders to be dispatched . Thus, decreasing the time delay and ceasing fire from spreading is necessary, hence these system is created. The proposed system have lot of advantage like less costs, communicating with passengers , latest technologies, easy to reach large number of people, dynamic and effective way ,send important information at proper time for proper mass. The system is implemented by using microcontroller, sensors, fire station, GSM technology to detect fire and cease it with effect to extinguish fire by water sprinkler.
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