Fighting the fire with IoT | RFID JOURNAL
Technology company LoRa Dryad Networks has developed a solution using low cost LoRaWAN smoke detection sensors, along with a mesh network and Swarm LoRa gateways to satellites, to alert firefighters as soon as smoke or conditions occur. brooding are detected in forests.
August 22, 2021An Internet of Things (IoT) solution will go live in 10 forests around the world this fall to detect the presence of smoke. The LoRa-based solution, provided by German tech startup Dryad Networks, consists of a mesh network of sensors that detect gases from burning materials and then send an alert to authorities while a fire can still be prevented. forest. Silvanet, Dryad’s large-scale IoT network for ultra-early detection …
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