Wildfires are a major factor in global CO2 emissions. They’ve cost thousands of human, plant and animal lives and have destroyed millions of acres of land. When a forest like the Amazon burns, the fire spreads at speeds of up to 23 km/h, destroying everything on its path within a few hours.
This means detecting wildfires early on is a major asset in winning the battle against them. The faster a wildfire or possible hazard is detected, the faster firemen can intervene to prevent a blaze, or at least minimise the damage.
This is where Senhive’s wildfire detection system comes in. While their imagery used to require manual analysis, our AI now allows it to happen automatically. As soon as Senhive’s cameras detect an issue, the platform alerts the fire brigade, nipping potential calamities in the bud while saving precious time.