A PROPOSED SYSTEM TO GUIDE THE BEST EXIT PATH DURING FIRE HAZARD IN INDUSTRY ENVIRONMENT
Fire protection is the study where it teaches how to survive during fire hazards and describes the safety
measures during construction of the buildings to prevent destructive fire. Ensuring building code and fire code,
government can enforce some basic safety measures during the construction of buildings. For smart building
and also for already constructed buildings, we need some automated systems to find out the way of nearest
exit for the victims, as well as, finding out the shortest path for the fire fighters to reach the target point. In this
paper, an efficient algorithm is proposed where it provides immediate and dynamic indication of best possible
exit path at the time of fire accidents in industrial environment.
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