Intelligent Life Saver System for People Living in Earthquake Zone


Yogesh Thakare
Utkarsha Wankhade
Hemant Kasturiwale


Natural calamities are the major challenged in front of any counties. Calamities are produced either natural or manmade, such as earthquakes, wild-fires, floods and terrorist attacks etc. Earthquakes mean destruction which not only hampers human but also animals. After the occurrence of earthquakes infrastructure damaged becomes the major issues. Buildings, bridges and houses collapse due to earthquake. Under this debris many people or animals bury. A timely detection and rescue can only save the people who are buried and wounded. Several methods are exits to detect and rescue the human buried under the rubble which are comes in action after the occurring of natural calamities. The propose system is quite different as compared with the existing system. It is already mounted in a buildings or houses nearby in earthquake zones. The advantage of this system is to minimize time require in detecting and rescuing the victim affected buried under the rubble.


How to Cite
Yogesh Thakare, Wankhade, U. ., & Kasturiwale, H. . (2023). Intelligent Life Saver System for People Living in Earthquake Zone. International Journal of Next-Generation Computing, 14(1).


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