ForestGuard is an Early detection and warning
in forest fire providing Air Quality Measurement,
Toxic, Flammable, and Explosive Gas Detection
through an IoT-based mesh network system solution.
ForestGuard™ system collects the temperature, humidity, barometric, and 10-layer gas data via devices in the forest area and processes the collected data on the device. Afterward, it sends a notification to the authorities when detects a fire in an area within a radius of 100 meters within the first 30 minutes. Hence, in the event of an alarm, the disaster situation, which is verified through the servers, is instantly notified to the authorities with location data and then prevents any losses that may occur.
ForestGuard™ Early Fire Detection System devices detect fire, smoke, flammable, explosive, and toxic gases
within a radius of 100 meters with continuous measurements in forest areas and subsequently, notify the authorities simultaneously.
ForestGuard devices are installed in forested areas both without damaging the trees and preventing their growth.
ForestGuard™ devices can detect toxic, flammable, and explosive gases and prevent any possible damages while using its cutting-edge sensors.
The optimized hardware and AI algorithm of ForestGuard™ provides a battery life of up to 5 years. Additionally, it can also harvest solar energy to sustain its service continuously.
LoRaWAN, mesh network technology, enables the long- range communication range of generally up to 5 km. between devices.
Due to its infrastructure-free design, it can be easily installed in forest, grove, camping and glamping areas.
Indeed, collected air quality and gathered data from ForestGuard devices are simultaneously monitored, processed, reported, and further managed in the cloud system.
As can be seen, you can view and manage the measured and collected data from ForestGuard™ devices from your mobile phone, tablet, and surely computer via your special control panel.
Firstly, we conducted 1st PoC at a high-risk forest area in Bodrum, Turkiye in 2021.
Furthermore, we conducted the 2nd PoC in Atatürk City Forest in cooperation with Istanbul Technical University and Istanbul Metropolitan, as well as Municipality Parks and Gardens Department.
Later, we collaborated with EnerjiSA “Sabancı Cumhuriyet Seferberliği” to conduct this application in Muğla, Turkiye.
This application is especially focused on Energy Transmission Lines and was carried out within the scope of the EnerjiSA İVME Program in Mersin, Turkiye.
Finally, we collaborated with the Istanbul Directorate General of Forestry to execute the project on Heybeliada Island.