Succesful test of our Sen-Eye solution

    Succesful test of our Sen-Eye solution

    Last summer we installed a Sen-eye, coupled with a HD camera, on an existing tower in one of the national parks here in Belgium. After a brief training of the environment, our Sen-eye was ready to monitor the surroundings for (wild)fires.

    Sen-Eye installed on a watchtower in a Belgian national park<br>

    Sen-Eye installed on a watchtower in a Belgian national park<br>

    Luckily there weren't any wildfires that summer, but we did do a test of the setup and, together with the national park and local fire brigade, set fire to a 1m x 1m barrel and thus created a controlled, small fire.

    Distance: 2,2 km

    The image from the camera. The fire is situated at the top, but barely visible for the human eye. It is this image that is scanned for fires by our A.I. <br>

    The image from the camera. The fire is situated at the top, but barely visible for the human eye. It is this image that is scanned for fires by our A.I. <br>

    This is a zoomed in image of the fire (after retrieving the image from local storage on the edge). <br>

    This is a zoomed in image of the fire (after retrieving the image from local storage on the edge). <br>

    Useless to say that both we and the national park were satisfied by the result. A small fire at 2,2 km was detected within seconds by our Sen-Eye and, in real-life situations, would give fire brigades a big advantage in fighting the fire in an early stage and thus preventing damage to wildlife, vegetation and limitating the potential danger for fire fighters.

    For more info: info@senhive.com