air mobile forest drone for fire or fallen tree places coordinate determination by scanning from just one point
Nowadays, hundreds of thousands of forest fires are reported annually around the world (only in Finland there are more than 2000 fires a year). Modern forest monitoring is carried out in two ineffective ways: scanning the area from a helicopter or using drones with video cameras. And to determine the exact coordinates of the fire or fallen trees the equipment must be located at the point of the incident.
The flying drone, which is able to scan the area 360 degrees from just one launch point, then determine the location of a fire or fallen by the wind trees, and then to establish the exact coordinates of the incident fast, effective an accurately.
The system of forest areas monitoring each individual country can be defined at the government level
Rapid and accurate detection of the fire is essential for its containment and elimination
Fams and farmers
In the private sector monitoring of large agricultural areas is necessary to reduce losses in emergency cases
Forest and environmental enterprises
The system of forest areas monitoring each individual country can be defined at the government level or at the level of forest and environmental enterprises
size: 330x310x148 mm weight: 2 kg
max wind speed for takeoff - 20 m/s
max number of takeoffs per battery - 15
max target detection distance - 20 km
takes 360 degree photos from just one launch point
defines the geodetic coordinates of a fire or fallen trees