Latvia is a beautiful country in Northern Europe. According to Global Forest Watch, 3.69M hectares or 57% of Latvia land areas are forests. 1.9 million people living lovingly and freely...Read More
Wildfires pose a significant threat to both humans and wildlife. They destroy large rural and wildland areas, causing a huge loss of lives and assets. As a result, the capability to detect the occurrence of a wildfire is of utmost importance.
Unfortunately today many wildfire detection systems rely on manual judgment. This could lead to a serious consequence: latency in alerting related parties. While governments are putting in more resources to firefighting, the average size of wildfire continues to increase.
At Robotics Cats we are committed to fixing this with technology. Our wildfire detection solution combines the power of AI and computer vision. It offers an automated 24/7 monitoring system, improving accuracy and response time.
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Robotics Cats is a technology company headquartered in Hong Kong. We are a team of talented people with diverse cultures. We focus on computer vision, AI and robotics technologies.
We provide early wildfire detection and environmental monitoring solutions to international customers. National parks, forestry, wildfire services, UNESCO world heritages, private plantations, tourist resorts and power infrastructure companies, around the world, are working with us to mitigate wildfire risks and damages.
We team up with partners to provide turn-key solutions in Asia, Europe, North, Central and South Americas. Our partners are experts in forestry management, environmental protection, risk management, precision agriculture and telecommunications. Please contact us if you’re interested to join us protecting forests and the world.
Leitek Innovative Solutions brings next-generation wildfire mitigation technology to Portugal. Figure 1: Mr. Clelio Dinis Leite, CEO of Leitek Innovative Solutions and Chairman, Working Group on Drone Scenarious BVLIS Operations,...Read More
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