The ADELIE system (Alert, Detection and Localization of Fires) is a forest fire surveillance system. It detects the presence of smoke in the natural environment thanks to the artificial intelligence embedded in the cameras, a unique image capture and processing principle. This automatic forest fire detection system monitors, detects and locates fire outbreaks from one or more high points right up to the horizon, day and night, over 360 degrees.
Each site is equipped with a camera system associated with a processing unit housing image processing algorithms based on artificial intelligence. The information, images and detections made are transmitted instantly to the fire control centre or to the fire control centre, where the operators benefit from a real-time visualisation of the event, automatic localisation of the start of the fire and "augmented reality" functionalities allowing them to immediately understand the context, the extent, the evolution and the stakes of the event. The cameras installed on the watchtower allow a complete follow-up of the fire, from detection to extinction. The ADELIE forest fire monitoring system can also integrate meteorological data if the site where it is installed is equipped with a weather station.
Finally, the ADELIE system also allows for feedback: the system can store the images captured as well as the videos of the camera used to detect the incident. ADELIE can also produce statistics on which the intervention forces can base themselves afterwards.
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