Proposed Model of Rescue Chopper for Calamity Victims
Keywords:rescue chopper, health care, calamity victims
In today’s modern age, incidents arise fast, and we do not know where or when they will happen. Incidents are either accidents or intentional. In this project, we increased the seating capacity of a chopper from four seats to six seats. We also improved the size, and we placed a recovery room at the back. We also made it a high-quality rescue chopper. Quantitative research was used as the research design for the study while utilizing a purposive sampling to gather respondents in assessing the level of acceptability of the Subway Metro miniature. Using a questionnaire, the researchers conducted a survey to determine whether the proposed project is acceptable in terms of construction materials, procedural methodology, mechanism, and presentation. The results of the study in terms of concepts, designs, mechanism, and presentation are highly acceptable as assessed by professional computer/electrical engineers. The results indicated no significant difference between the assessments of the two groups of respondents in terms of the aforementioned variables. Computer engineers obtained an overall weighted mean of 3.96, which was interpreted as highly acceptable, with a variance of 0.0176, a t-computed value of 1.27, and a degree of freedom of 8 with a value of 3.355. The t-computed value was lower than the t-critical value. Therefore, the assessment of computer engineers is acceptable. Meanwhile, electrical engineers obtained an overall weighted mean of 3.75, which was interpreted as highly acceptable, with a variance of 0.1017, a t-computed value of 1.27, and a degree of freedom of 13 with a value of 8. The t-computed value was larger than the t-critical one. Therefore, the assessment of electrical engineers is acceptable. The subsequent discussions forwarded by the two groups of respondents are as follows: In terms of concepts, the respondents recommended improving construction materials. The researchers should buy creative materials that are suitable and accessible to the miniature. For designs, the respondents said that the procedures were correctly followed. For mechanism, some of the respondents recommend making it more detailed and shows the step-by-step process. The researcher should make a clear and detailed process according to the procedure or floor plan. Lastly, for presentation, the respondents recommended adding other features that can be seen around the miniature. The researcher should add features to make it increasingly attractive and presentable.