• Early fire detection
    Risk due to Wildfires

    Early fire detection

Description

The detection of fire hotspots is performed by a system of extremely sensitive cameras that can detect thermal images that are then analysed by the system. The purpose is to identify with the maximum possible accuracy any fire hotspot and to determine the geographical coordinates of the detected fire by a combination of visible and thermal images. The system can be configured to make it more or less sensible in detecting hotspots. It is always fitted with visible light cameras, that can be controlled in real time from the central control station allowing the operators in the operating rooms to video-monitor the entire area covered by the detection stations, zooming in powerfully to check and validate automatic alarms generated by the hotspot detection system. A video flow is always active and used by the system to save an interval, normally 10 minutes of video, pertaining to the stages preceding the detection of the fire hotspot. In this way the natural or human causes that ignited the fire can be examined during post processing.

main measurements
  • Visible images
  • Thermal imaging
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Datalogger
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