Wireless Sensor Based Forest Fire Early Detection with Online Remote Monitoring

  • Mahalingam S
  • Deep M
  • Krishna K
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Since most countries have an extensive forest resources, there are often, if not constantly, fires that erupt in these countries from these causes. The majority of vulnerable areas are found in warm climates. Since its highest elevation is a hundred and theta, this piece of infrastructure enables substantial vegetation, but since summers are hot and arid, the risks an overload. When global warming gets more intense, these types of disasters will become more frequent and worse. Much more land in the seasonal forest fires have been lost each year due to a destructive cutting practises, the old forestry, as well as assets, such as private residences and other structures. Additionally, it puts firefighters and the general public at risk, who on an equal scale suffer from a lot of death and illness each year. this sensor, microprocessor, and network technology] developed greatly expanded our] so we are now able to reliably detect the current spread of forest fires and begin to respond quickly to their progression. After natural timberland fires are set, which are frequent in remote regions where trees have not been selectively logged, they burn down into tinder, then new trees grow from seeds in their ashes, the older ones' fuel die and that spread. These pieces are particularly susceptible to being set on fire, which is an excellent location for matches and pyrotechnics. Although many a midsummer's day can cause a flame to erupt, the wick to expand, it can also be stoked by the normal process of human activities like smoking or using a heat source. Start running the process just as soon as the components are ready to go up in the flame. As the breeze expands the flame, the basic element of the vapour gets built up.




Mahalingam, S., Deep, M. S., & Krishna, K. S. (2021). Wireless Sensor Based Forest Fire Early Detection with Online Remote Monitoring. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 10(5), 143–145. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijeat.e2670.0610521

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