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CAN ANYONE HEAR MY VOICE? DESIGNING LOCATOR USED IN EARTHQUAKE ZONE USING PROPERTIES OF SOUND WAVES

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Improvement of search and rescue operations and methods in the earthquake-stricken and unfortunately frequent earthquakes in our country; It is necessary to find methods that are easy to implement, especially with low disadvantages, low cost. We have aimed to design a device that can be used not only in earthquake but also in all disasters and emergencies in our country and in the world.

We have designed a device that can be triggered by a person at the time of an earthquake, sensors that can sense body temperature and heart rate (pulse rate), devices that can detect life in the earthquake, detect life electronically, and send out help signals as long as life continues. This device will reveal the position of the earthquake victim with the sound it makes. In addition, the sound will be heard with sensitive microphones that search and rescue teams are already using. In areas that search and rescue teams have not yet reached, it is still possible to locate with the microphones of the smart phones. If the sound is in the frequency range that the human ear can detect, it will be possible to perform the location determination without needing any equipment.

In this project, we have developed an all-encompassing rescue device at the lowest cost using the propagation characteristics of sound waves. Since time is very important both for earthquake survivors and rescue teams, we designed a device to determine the location of earthquake victims under debris as soon as possible.
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