Best Ideas 2021 features all the nominated entries submitted under ‘Submit your Idea’ category. All the entries consist of innovative solutions or propositions for an enterprise that champions the Sustainable Development Goals. They can be on the conceptual, planning, or start-up stage.

Scalable solutions for autonomous wildfire suppression with flexible and opensource implementation

Published on June 1, 2021 um 10:43

Explain your idea in details:

Swarm Intelligence Models in Simulated Environment For Autonomous Drone and Quadruped Robot Wildfire Suppression Data-driven forest fire analysis (information about real time or historical data conditions) from a burning area, transform it into a simulation environment and obtain the best fire-fighting strategy. Reality-based generation of virtual environments for digital earth (mixture of real and virtual imagery), using satellite/aerial images and maps, virtual, augmented, and mixed reality combined. To demonstrate the functionality and to verify that the concept can be achieved in development. Developers will test their fire fighting methods with this simulation. Its about using and improving on. Its a long-term approach to innovation and impact to demonstrate the functionality and to verify that the concept can be achieved in development. A valuable exercise that allows developers to visualize how the product will function. It is a working interactive model of the product that gives an idea of the design, navigation and layout. Working on advances that helped revive interest in the field using an economical and easily reproducible setup as open source tools conforming to commercially available tech, specification, standards and current regulatory guidance Precision Firefighting Introduce the concept of Precision Firefighting for Early Site Specific Fire Management. As a management strategy that uses information technology to bring data from multiple sources to bear on decisions associated with firefighting. Encompassing techniques and methods for firefighting management by taking into account their local and site-specific heterogeneity and variability

Expected impact of your idea on sustainable development

Some features of the project in development process to be launched as a research and development plataform for autonomous wildfire supression technology: - Unreal Engine or GAZEBO enviroment built on ROS 2 - Build the terrain using realworld map data - The software will simulate the dispersion of fire using an algorithm. Also calculate the wind effect. - This simulation will have drones and quadruped robots. Developers (eg cooperative participants) will be able to use these tools. - Image processing can be done with cameras on robots and drones. - The software will simulate the progress of the fire - The administrator will use an interface to control wind speed, wind direction and similar physical and environmental elements with simulation settings made in an interface. -Computer models using data, math and computer instructions to predict events in the real world. -Data-driven forest fire analysis (information about real time or historical data conditions) from a burning area, transform it into a simulation environment and obtain the best fire-fighting strategy. -Reality-based generation of virtual environments for digital earth (mixture of real and virtual imagery), using satellite/aerial images and maps, virtual, augmented, and mixed reality combined. -Simulating the forest fire plume dispersion, chemistry, and aerosol formation - AI to control drones and quadruped robo: Deep Reinforcement Learning Essentially rule-based structures for making decisions. In general, conforming to commercially available tech, specification, standards and current regulatory guidance. Why Are These Insights Valuable? Inspire, motivate and be curious about the data and the possibilities it has for firefighting Spot the potential opportunities.

Plans for implementation and sustainability

The source code to be used, modified and distributed commercially or non-commercially by anyone under the terms of GNU General Public License. The project is inspired by the revolutionary aspects of Linux that are social, not technical. From the beginning, with the aim of being casually modified by volunteers coordinating only through the Internet. The quality maintained by the simple strategy of obtaining feedback and insights from users, creating a kind of gradual Connect at www.forestfirehub.com Is it possible for you to support us with your opinion or mini review or any other type of article for this issue? We are confident that you will be there to support us. Await your positive response.

Your profile

Empathy: an essential skill in the development of projects. First of all, I consider empathy as the most important skill, to promote engagement and participation in the project. I am a 37 year old doctor with an MBA, from a country affected by forest fires (Brazil), I am intrinsically motivated to participate in mitigating this problem. I

Stage of Idea

planning stage

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