Welcome to ASPires


Forest fires present one of the main risks for the nature and protected forest areas. Detection the fire in early phase remains one of the biggest challenges for researchers and institutions in Crisis Management Systems in Europe.

The project is developing a novel model of an information system for early detection, monitoring and prediction of forest fires in areas of particular importance, providing high fire danger forecast and prediction.

The goal of the project is to develop advanced concepts for early detection systems of forest fires that integrate sensor networks and mobile (drone) technologies for data collection and acquisition of those data at existing Crisis Management Information Systems (CMIS).


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ASPires team


Observation via cameras

Link to RETTmobilRETTmobil Exhibition in Fulda from 16 to 18 May 2018

The ASPires project team members will hold a workshop and take a part in the 18th European Leading Exhibition for Rescue and Mobility in Fulda on the 17th of May 2018.

The 33rd ACM/SIGAPP Symposium On Applied Computing

A paper about Investigation of Priority Queueing Systems with Peaked Traffic Flows was accepted to be presented in the 33rd ACM/SIGAPP Symposium in Pau, France on the 9-13 of April 2018.

6th World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies

A paper about Advanced Open IoT Platform for Prevention and early Detection of Forest Fires will be presented in the 6th World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies in Italy on the 27-29 of May 2018.

16th International Conference "Challenges in Higher Education and Research in 21-st Centory"

The ASPires project will be presented on the conference "Challenge in Higher Education and Research in 21-st Centory" in Sozopol, Bulgaria on the 29.05 - 01.06 2018.

Smart Cities, Exhibition for SE Europe

ASPires Project will be presented on the Trade fair and conference for urban development in South East Europe, which will take a place from 27th to 29th of March 2018 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Visit us on stand A5 Hall 5.


Тhe ASPires project was present by Nikola Kletnikov, 

member of the NATO SPS Organizing Committee "Round Table of Senior Leaders on Military and Defense Aspects of Border Security in Southeast Europe" and member of the ASPires project team.


On August 30, 2017, a meeting of representatives of the Military Academy "General Mihailo Apostolski" was held

with the leadership of Mavrovo Park, where details of the Aspres project were discussed.


  ASPires Workshop on November 8, 2017 in Berovo, fYR of Macedonia

The first of a total five planned workshops was held on November 8, 2017. Our first host was Macedonia. The Workshop was place in Berovo, small town near Maleševo Mountains. 

Clima change and wildfare

EFI Forest fires key factors

Forest fires in Europe


Advanced Systems for prevention and early detection of forest fires


The general objective of the project is to develop advanced concepts ...


Read more about the expected results ...


Coordinator of the Project; Beneficiaries of this project; End users of this project