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    题名: A Real-time Fire Evacuation System with Cloud Computing
    作者: Chu, Liou;Wu, Shih-Jung
    关键词: fire evacuation;RFID;mobile phone;cloud computing
    日期: 2012-04
    上传时间: 2019-04-11 12:10:58 (UTC+8)
    出版者: AICIT
    摘要: An effective evacuation system can help people escape from building fire. Most evacuation systems
    consist of an indoor positioning system, a back-end database, and a display device with calculation
    and display software. However, very few of them can smartly determine which evacuation route is the
    best decision. If all the locations of the evacuating people can be simultaneously determined, the best
    evacuation routes can be decided to avoid congestion, and survival rate can increase. The previous
    radio frequency identification (RFID) based evacuation system focused on detecting the RFID tags
    using a mobile phone in order to determine the location of the mobile phone user so that an evacuation
    route can be displayed. However, the system is available for one person regardless of the number of
    evacuating people or exits. This study is based on the previous RFID based evacuation system
    investigating the best evacuation routes. The system introduces cloud computing that calculates for
    positioning the evacuating people and determining the optimum evacuation routes for each of them.
    The system will be implemented at Tamkang University on Lanyang campus.
    關聯: JCIT: Journal of Convergence Information Technology 7(7), p.208-215
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