SmokeD machine learning applications for effective wildfire protection planning
The SmokeD wildland fire software is a sophisticated and advanced tool that can be used by private users and experts to ensure improved home, commercial property, and public safety with quick and reliable alerts in case of fire. Our machine-learning algorithms constantly analyze data gathered from different locations, including wildfire behavior and first signs of fire in various weather conditions and types of terrain, to provide even better and more accurate fire recognition and detection.
Applications dedicated to the SmokeD wildfire detection system
- SmokeD Web is an application used by companies as well as alarm and dispatch centers. It’s accessible through an Internet browser and provides images and data from all detectors within the monitored area.
- SmokeD Alerts is a mobile application for everyone who wants to receive alerts about the detection of a wildfire risk directly to their smartphone.
SmokeD Web – computer fire detection software to monitor wildfire risk in dispatch centers
SmokeD Alerts – a mobile app that helps you stay ahead of wildfire risks at all times
The SmokeD Alerts app allows direct access to footage from detectors. The user is notified of an incoming threat immediately after the first signs of fire are detected. Alerts generated by the app provide users with all the information needed to report a fire, including maps with the exact location of the wildfire, pictures from the detector, and a brief description of the detected fire behavior.
What technology does the SmokeD system use to detect wildfires?
The SmokeD wildland fire detection system consists of advanced camera detectors and sophisticated AI and machine learning solutions. As a result, it continues to evolve and improve with time.
Our system can protect your private and business property, be a part of an early fire detection system for local residents, help protect forests with increased crown fire potential, and much more! It’s the perfect tool to improve your and your property’s protection against wildfires.
On February 3, 2024, the residents of Austin witnessed a dramatic fire erupting at the apartment complex located at 117 W. William Cannon. SmokeD detectors
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