wireless Fire sensor networks with virtual 3d mapping and modeling for
real time fire ignition monitoring
electrical fault or a careless act, TPX Energy`s Firesight Pinpoint
wireless fire sensor provides communities and fire departments with the
most advanced remote fire ignition monitoring, mapping and notification
Developed as a
simple foolproof long term stand alone remote solution or as a
co-tenant on TPX Energy`smart Grid platform this system monitors
urban and rural areas and provides Pinpoint notification within seconds
of detecting a fire, all with zero chances of false alarms.
disposable sensors; up to
10 years on a single coin battery; Communications
link via TPX Energy access points; streamed
directly to cell phones, hand held devices or emergency services
communications centers; Virtual 3D
mapping, tracking & simulation
For off energy
grid assets and to monitor lightning strike ignitions in rural
Energy TPX-GSM-100FR can monitor any number of Pinpoint thermo sensors
in areas ranging to but not greater than 62,500 square meters (6.25
Hectares) or (672,000 sqft) or (15.4 acres)
24/7 remote monitoring of rural areas such as camping grounds,
historical areas and National Parks, Roadside fire ignition monitoring
line faults, lightening strikes on power poles, cigarettes butts and
other burning objects thrown from autos, conductive auto exhaust,
bearing and faulty brake ignitions, weed clearing machinery arson and
other unknown causes
and where the fires are
related to fires
fighter and community safety
associated with fighting fires
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Thermo Activated 900Mhz RFID 138ø f = 59c
Thermo Activated 433Mhz RFID 144ø f = 62c 125m
Thermo Activated 900Mhz RFID 144ø f = 62c
Thermo Activated 433Mhz RFID 157ø f = 69c 125m
Thermo Activated 900Mhz RFID 157ø f = 69c
Thermo Activated 433Mhz RFID 163ø f = 73c 125m
Thermo Activated 900Mhz RFID 163ø f = 73c
Thermo Activated 433Mhz RFID 175ø f = 75c 125m
Thermo Activated 900Mhz RFID 175ø f = 75c
Thermo Activated 433Mhz RFID 180ø f = 82c 125m
Thermo Activated 900Mhz RFID 180ø f = 82c
Thermo Activated 433Mhz RFID 185ø f = 85c 125m
Thermo Activated 900Mhz RFID 185ø f = 85c
Thermo Activated 433Mhz RFID 203ø f = 95c 125m
Thermo Activated 900Mhz RFID 203ø f = 95c
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Thermo Activated 900Mhz RFID 255ø f = 123c
management software modules please visit the disaster management page or request information.
notified of fire ignitions instantly via TPX Energy enabled Smart
Meters, PLC, satellite & Cellular access points.
satellite location imagery provides pinpoint mapping and fire modeling
Once a coded signal has been received into the command and control system it tells us what kind of devise is faulting or where a fire has been detected with GPS accuracy. This GPS information is then fed into a virtual 3D GIS (geographical imaging system) mapping system similar to Google Earth.
From here a clear picture begins to emerge, even before fire crews have arrived to extinguish the fire. We can input weather details such as humidity, wind speed and direction or even vegetation maps and begin to model the fire in near real time.
This data and image files can be sent to anyone with a mobile phone, computer or PDA (personal data assistant) anywhere in the world. It also will allow command and control units in the field to manually insert spot fires started by blowing embers well ahead of the fire front.
Control units can also perform this simulation weeks, months or even years in advance without sensors making it a great training tool for evacuation planning.
The key here is providing command and control units critical information to make timely decisions.
The system can also overlay road, population maps and can display input from roadside cameras and other transport data; allowing for real time risk assessment, evacuation and resource routing; it’s an entire emergency and crisis management platform.
For more information on this and other mapping and simulation modules please see the Disaster Management page