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SILVANET WILDFIRE SENSOR

Speed is everything when it comes to wildfire alerts. Learn more about how Dryad's AI-supported solar-powered gas sensors can detect wildfires in minutes.

The Silvanet Wildfire Sensor is designed to detect forest fires within minutes, often during their early smoldering phase, greatly reducing the risk of them spreading out of control. It also monitors the forest’s microclimate, measuring temperature, humidity and air pressure. The sensor combines ultra-low-power air quality sensing with a precise gas sensing mode. 

 

It detects Hydrogen, Carbon Monoxide and other gases at the ppm level and comes with built-in artificial intelligence to reliably detect a fire and avoid false positives. 

 

Our solar-powered wildfire sensors use LoRaWAN for wireless data transmission and can run maintenance-free for up to 15 years without the need for batteries, avoiding the use of lithium and other toxic materials.

Dryad Wildfire Sensor, Solar-powered, Supercapacitor, Bosch BME 688, Gas Sensor, Air quality, Hydrogen, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Temperature, Humidity, Air Pressure, Artifical Intelligence, Machine Learning, LoRaWAN, Wireless

ULTRA-EARLY WILDFIRE DETECTION

FOREST HEALTH & GROWTH MONITORING

  • Dramatically cuts firefighting

  • Prevents economical damage 

  • Reduces risk and insurance

  • Saves human life and wildlife

  • Reliable, repeatable data collection

  • More effective forest planning

  • Prevent diseases and fight droughts

  • Optimize tree growth and ROI

SPEED MATTERS

When it comes to wildfires, time is of the essence. Our wildfire detection sensors provide ultra-early fire detection, sensing carbon monoxide, hydrogen and other gases emitted by pyrolysis in the early stages of a wildfire, giving fire fighters valuable time to react and preventing ruinous megafires which are devastating to the environment.

See how our solar-powered sensors compare to other wildfire detection approaches here:

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WILDFIRE SENSOR TECHNICAL DATA

MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION

Material
Plastic (Weather, UV-proof)
Ingress Protection
IP67
Operational Temperature
0% to 100% Condensing
Solar Panel
6x6cm
Weight
136g
Size
19 x 8,2 x 1,2 cm

REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

Regulatory (US)
FCC Part 15.247, 109, 209
Environmental
ETSI EN 300 019
EMC
ETSI EN 55024
ETSI EN 300 489

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

Maintenance
Maintenance-free (10-15 yr)
Distance between Sensors (Radius)
100m radius for 60min detection of 2x2m fire
Sensor to Mesh Gateway (Ratio)
Typically 100 sensors per Gateway, depending on topology
Power source
Solar-powered, battery-free
Energy storage
Supercapacitors
Installation
Mounted tree (3m height recommended)

LORA PARAMETERS

ISM Bands
NA902-928, AU915
ISM Bands
EU868, AS923
Tx Power
14 dBm

GAS SENSOR BOSCH BME 688

Sensors
CO, CO2, H2, VOC, Temperature, Humidity, Air Pressure
Operation range
Pressure: 300 to 1100 hPa Humidity: 0 to 100% Temperature: -40 to 85°C
Size
3.0 x 3.0 x 0.93 mm
Graphical diagram of Dryad's Silvanet Wildfire Sensor
Use-Cases
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