• Andreas Neil Jensen
  • Matias Røikjær Jensen
4. term, Software, Master (Master Programme)
This paper, through the use of a HoloLens Head MountedDisplay (HMD) and a Tello EDU Drone, presents a research tool as well as two expert reviews, aimed at exploring path visualisation using augmented reality for firefighters in their efforts to find and rescue people in danger. Drones have seen some usage in the field of firefighting, especially in the context of high-rise fires and plantation fires. So too has Augmented Reality (AR) devices historically been used in the context of providing firefighters with thermal visioning information, how ever, not much research has gone into combing the two technologies in a firefighter/rescue worker centric context. We discuss the implications of our findings both during the development of the research tool and as a result of our expert reviews in the future work and discussion section respectively. Lastly a short conclusionary take on the work will be presented to the reader, summarising the work described in the paper.
Publication date10 Jun 2020
Number of pages11
ID: 333942926