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remote monitoring weather station Applications

  • Fire Weather Monitoring

    FTS is the world leader in environmental monitoring solutions for fire weather. FTS stations are in use by every one of the top 50 government forest management agencies in every corner of the United States and Canada. No one else dedicates as much of its research and development efforts to the needs of fire weather professionals. FTS portable and fixed-site weather stations set the standard for reliability and simplicity of operation, maintenance, and installation. As a manufacturer, we design and engineer the leading datalogger that is approved and fully supported by the NIFC Remote Sensing Fire Weather Support Unit (RSFWSU). Our G5 GOES / Meteosat transmitter is recognized as the most reliable GOES technology available, and is licensed for use by other environmental monitoring equipment manufacturers.

    By FTS based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Environment monitoring

    Environmental monitoring is a natural application for our solar units. Using our satellite modems, these systems can monitor vital remote areas, keep an eye on rivers or used as a remote weather station, giving us the ability to preserve our wilds while having minimal impact to achieve that goal. Since they are self-contained, they can be relocated quickly with ease, keeping costs down.

    By Atookoo inc. based in Sherbrooke, QUEBEC (CANADA).

  • Fire Danger Rating / Forecasting

    For various reasons, including the changing global climate, wildfires are getting bigger, more destructive and more expensive. Effective, consistent and reliable detection of climate parameters is the key to preventing wildfires and managing the impact they have. Our equipment resides for decades in solitary confinement generally in very remote areas (often at the tops of mountains or deep within a national forest), constantly measuring and recording weather data. Once per hour, this data is transmitted back to government agencies who will analyze and use it to make decisions critical to the safety of the public. In the United States, FTS works closely with the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC). The center’s mission is the complex interagency coordination of wildland firefighting resources for the country. One of the resources is the network of remote automated weather stations (RAWS), the vast majority of which are supplied by FTS.

    By FTS based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

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