OroraTech expands its satellite-based Wildfire Solution to include advanced analytics based on the extensive data archive. The insights gathered through the wildfire analytics dashboard can be used to identify trends and patterns in wildfire activity over time and improve our understanding of fires and their impacts.
Carbon Credits Consulting Leverages OroraTech Wildfire Solution for Early Fire Detection and Better Decision-Making
Carbon Credits Consulting teams up with OroraTech to protect their valuable forests in Argentina. With space-based wildfire solutions, Carbon Credits Consulting has improved its resource allocation, decision-making process, and early fire detection capability.
Heat waves disrupt our city lives in different ways. OroraTech offers unique and frequent thermal data that helps cities to become smarter in their urban heat management and improve community quality of life.
After years of using our detection and monitoring platform, Klabin has now also integrated their own camera monitoring system into the Wildfire Solution. Read more about why Clewerson Frederico Scheraiber is confident this integration will increase fire detection times, save their forests and minimize the danger to the forest employees.
Havelland district in Germany teams up with OroraTech to protect forests and predict wildfires in Brandenburg, Germany.
Canadian fire protection service SOPFEU collaborates with OroraTech to improve their fire detection system and monitor wildland fires from space.
Half a world away and far from the media spotlight, Mozambique was in flames too and has been suffering drastic forest loss since the turn of the century. Combined with agricultural expansion and development, fires have reduced this land’s tree cover by 3.52 million hectares – an area larger than Belgium.
After finishing the development of the FOREST payload, OroraTech travels to Glasgow to assemble the camera system into a CubeSat, that later will be launched into space.
Read about the different phases in satellite development OroraTech went through during their four final months of working on the FOREST mission.
FOREST stands for Forest Observation and Recognition Experimental Smallsat Thermal Detector – say that five times fast! The idea was to build a new generation hyperspectral thermal camera that is attached to a powerful processing unit.