Advanced Systems for Prevention and early detection of forest fires

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

Forest fires pose a major risk for the environment and its detection at an early stage remains one of the biggest challenge for researchers and institutions in the management of the crisis in Europe.

The project will develop a novel model of an information systems 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 integrates 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

Dear Friends, 

On 7 July 2017 our lovely friend Rumen Stainov passed away. We feel deep regret for the colleague, partner, co-author, adviser, friend who was always smiling, open, friendly, nice to all of us. 

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ASPires Team.

Objectives

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

Summary

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Advanced Systems for prevention and early detection of forest fires

Beneficiares

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

Expected results

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Expected results of the project short, medium and longterm term impact.