Fire Alarm Management System Capstone Project

Fire Alarm Management System Capstone Project

Proposed System

The researchers of the system named Fire Alarm Management aimed to provide a safety feature that detects fires at early stage and alarm occupants for them to evacuate quickly in the premises. With this system, causes like injuries, loss of lives and damages will lessen or limits. This will serves as a safeguard to the premises as well as to people. This system made some development, from system that alarms people in a basic way which relies on the occupants to a system that detects fire itself. The proposed project which is the Alarm Management System will immediately inform occupants from fire occurs and for them to safely off the premises. In addition, both the owner/admin and the occupants will get an advantage with this system for it will avoid them from harm.

Fire Alarm Management System Capstone Project
Fire Alarm Management System Capstone Project

System Implementation

The project alarm management system is a proposed system that was presented to the end users for awareness and safety. The researchers provide questioners, difficulties and clarification that might encountered upon operating the system. Alarm management system was developed and design for high rise building or even in houses and apartments, since this are prone to fire. This system will give an early quench the fire disaster, besides on extinguishes the fire; this system will also serve as a real surveillance, monitoring and an automatic alarm that helps to protect lives.

Objectives of the Study

1.) To provide an immediate warning to people in case of fire emergency.

2.) To lessen the damages that a fire brings.

3.) To create a system for the safety of many.

4.) To develop a system that is capable of saving ones property and lives.

Significance of the Study

The occupants and the owners will both benefits from the system.

Owners/Admin. Upon installing an Alarm Management System would as well help them to avoid huge damages from buildings and lessen the injured occupants. With that they would have less expenses.

Occupants. Safety is what really matters. This system will help them to avoid from accidents and prolong help prolong their lives. This is design for the safety of everyone.

Project Plan/SDLC

In this study the researchers used the SDLC for the software development as an overall process which consists the six cycles. First, is to determine the requirements. This is where the researches determine the proposed system requirements to use whether its software or hardware. Second, is to gather. The researchers conduct interviews to the management to gather relevant information for the system. Third, is to analyzed data. This is where the researchers analyze the data for them to identify the necessary information needed for the development of the system. Fourth is the system designing phase. In this cycle takes the designing of the system related to the requirement that specified. This where the design created in detailed and specifically. Fifth, is the coding phase, the researchers will encode all the codes that will help run the system and check the program if ever there are possible errors.

Prior Arts

GIS for Fire Station Locations and Response Protocols

According to the ESRI White Paper, stated that, the mission of the fire service is to protect life, property, and natural resources from fire and other emergencies. With increasing demands, the fire service must utilize the best tools, techniques, and training methods to meet public expectations.  Risk management preparedness, and mitigation have taken on new importance with challenges facing fire departments today. One emerging tool that is helping the fire service optimize emergency services delivery is geographic information system (GIS) technology. GIS supports planning, preparedness, mitigation, response, and incident management.  GIS extends the capability of maps—intelligent, interactive maps—with access to all types of information, analysis, and data.  When a fire occurs, any delay of responding fire companies can make the difference between the rescue of occupants versus serious injury or death. The critical time between fire containment and flash over can be measured in seconds.  From the moment an emergency call is received through the deployment of tactical resources, GIS helps reduce critical time and increases efficiency.  GIS technology brings additional power to the fire personnel whereby hazards are evaluated, service demands are analyzed, and resources deployed. This white paper will examine how GIS technology is helping the fire service meet the needs of the community more efficiently than ever.

Fire sprinkler system

As cited in the article of Fire Sprinkler system, stated that,  A fire sprinkler system is an active fire protection measure, consisting of a water supply system, providing adequate pressure and flow rate to a water distribution piping system, onto which fire sprinklers are connected. Although historically only used in factories and large commercial buildings, systems for homes and small buildings are now available at a cost-effective price. Fire sprinkler systems are extensively used worldwide, with over 40 million sprinkler heads fitted each year.  In buildings completely protected by fire sprinkler systems, over 99% of fires were controlled by fire sprinklers alone.

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