The arrival of the artificial intelligence technology has come as summer heatwaves have already started.
Artificial Intelligence is now being used to spot bushfires before they become a serious threat. The technology uses satellites and panoramic cameras to monitor remote bushland and hopefully save lives.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and ultra-high-definition cameras are being trialed in Noosa Council as part of the Firetech Connect Program, to demonstrate and test novel approaches to bushfire detection.
As summer approaches, and with it the increased threat of fires, one innovative tech start-up is fighting bushfires in an unconventional way.
Risk Strategies supports local AI technology to catch disaster before it strikes
A surge of new work is aimed at avoiding extreme, record-breaking fires that keep increasing in Western states.
Pano AI is one example of climate tech startups emerging to tackle conditions, such as wildfires, exacerbated by climate change.
Cameras installed on Aspen Mountain as part of Pano AI’s wildfire detection network
The startup Pano AI uses 5G to send high-resolution video from camera networks in the remote wilderness to fire departments.
Pano AI announces partnership with Boulder County
Initialized Capital Partner Kim-Mai Cutler joins Emily Chang to discuss the firm's latest Series A $20 million round into Pano AI
Pano AI raises $20M in series A funding, led by Initialized Capital
Pano AI has raised $20M in a Series A funding led by Initialized Capital.
Big Sky has excelled in recent years in implementing strong early detection and warning systems in the form of the Pano AI camera atop Lone Mountain
As US fires have become more frequent and devastating, a cottage industry in fire detection technology has emerged.
PGE is installing a network of 22 ultra-high-resolution Pano AI cameras that capture a 360-degree view of the surrounding landscape.
Pano AI announced a pilot program that brings its AI-powered solution to detect and pinpoint bushfires in their early stages to Southern Cross Forests’ softwood forests in New South Wales
Fox Business News travels to Pano's San Francisco headquarters and interviews CEO Sonia Kastner.
A recent study found artificial intelligence could predict lightning strikes and protect people from wildfires.
As another brutal wildfire season winds down across the western United States, a San Francisco startup has devised a means of detecting blazes in remote landscapes within moments of ignition.
Aspen Fire partnered with a California-based company for a pilot program training cameras with artificial intelligence to better detect smoke.
Detecting an industry ablaze with potential and government funding, San Francisco-based Pano has launched a pilot program with mountaintop camera stations that started to spot wildfires in the North Bay late last year.
Pano AI is hard at work changing the way communities detect fire and reduce their spread using high-resolution cameras that are always on alert.
The pilot programs have demonstrated the power of ultra-high-definition imagery and artificial intelligence to detect fires, enhancing situational awareness to prevent potential devastation
The Big Sky Fire Department, located in the community of Big Sky, Mont., is testing out Pano's AI wildfire detection technology to help increase fire visibility and improve response efforts.
Under hazy skies on Monday afternoon, a new artificial intelligence camera perched atop Lone Mountain detected a plume of smoke rising from a drainage 13 miles away.
As Colorado wildfires continue to break records, the Aspen Fire Protection District is piloting Pano AI's artificial intelligence technology, paired with rotating cameras, to detect and locate them earlier.
In the U.S. West, where every oak tree and vineyard double as potential fuel for the next conflagration, authorities are in a race to spot and respond to potential fire outbreaks before it is too late.
Climate change is the most pressing threat that the human species faces today. Artificial intelligence is the most powerful tool that humanity has at its disposal in the twenty-first century.
Strategically placed cameras, artificial intelligence help spot wildfires