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Taiwan Guardian Alliance's automated reporting mechanism

Taiwan Guardian Alliance's automated reporting mechanism
Chairman Yu Zilian of the Taiwan Guardian Alliance (TGA) highlighted the pressing need for solutions
The threat of fire hazards often strikes in a split second, requiring both individuals and businesses to possess ample basic knowledge for fire prevention. In Taiwan, statistics show that in 2023 alone, there were a total of 17,466 fire incidents, with residential fires accounting for over 60% of fatalities. Furthermore, analysis from the National Fire Agency of the Ministry of the Interior for the year 110 revealed that individuals aged 60 and above accounted for over 50% of fire-related deaths.

AIoT solution for fire prevention

Addressing the emerging safety concerns in Taiwan's aging society, Chairman Yu Zilian of the Taiwan Guardian Alliance (TGA) highlighted the pressing need for solutions. With declining birth rates and a shrinking workforce, the burden on manpower for social safety is expected to increase. Introducing AIOT devices presents an effective solution, particularly in crisis situations where rapid reporting is essential. By utilizing widespread AIOT IoT devices, an automated reporting system is poised to address issues early, effectively containing fire spread and reducing casualties. This solution allows for real-time handling and digital transmission of information to emergency services such as 119, 110, or other government agencies.

Creating a safer future

The Guardian Alliance's automated reporting mechanism, powered by multiple IoT devices and AI algorithms, intelligently detects and prevents false alarms. Operating independently, the algorithm initiates user notifications, confirmed by security companies before automatic reporting to the fire department. This system serves as a reinforcement, minimizing casualties and property losses without disrupting existing rescue procedures. With successful implementation across various sectors, including long-term care facilities, vulnerable areas, historic buildings, and hazardous material factories, the system accelerates reporting times by 3-5 minutes compared to traditional methods, reducing false alarms by over 90%. Looking ahead, the Guardian Alliance envisions a safer future for Taiwan by leveraging AI and IoT technologies to create a more convenient and secure living environment. Through the interconnected AIOT system, involving government agencies, stakeholders, and users, the aim is to foster greater peace of mind and enhance safety standards across Taiwanese society.

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