Low-Power Distributed Sensor Network for Wildfire Detection
Low cost and low power wildfire sensing technology has the potential to provide everyday consumer with access to government grade Internet of Things sensing technology. The proposed wildfire detection system combines the latest environmental sensing devices to provide crucial data to the consumer allowing shorter response times to a threat level fire. The sensor command mode interacts with separate alarm levels that communicate with our visual detection system which aids the user with the most accurate data possible. Most traditional wildfire detection systems are very costly and unavailable to average consumers. This project focuses on bringing accurate detection sequences to the end user by using new less expensive technology. It also enables the users to access the data from a cloud based storage. Further developments will enable provision of a live feed visual of the detected disturbance to the users. © 2019 IEEE.
Conference Proceedings - IEEE SOUTHEASTCON
Blalack, T., Ellis, D., Long, M., Brown, C., Kemp, R., & Khan, M. (2019). Low-Power Distributed Sensor Network for Wildfire Detection. Proceedings from 2019 SoutheastCon: 1-3. doi: 10.1109/SoutheastCon42311.2019.9020478.