Does your community or energy company have the right strategy, know-how, and technology to survive and thrive in the face of escalating wildfires? Answer a few questions and find out!Take the assessment
Take command of wildfire risk management
It’s time to think beyond “fire season” to tackle this growing challenge with a year-round approach to risk management.
Ready to see a model community that exemplifies wildfire preparedness? Learn how they built a simple but powerful fire intelligence hub.
Need to understand how wildfire-ready your community or business truly is? See how your approach stacks up in the face of growing wildfires.
Looking for a single sharable resource that spells out the wildfire challenge and path forward in a way that’s easy to understand?
Learn how to scale a wildfire monitoring network and intelligence hub to your needs from an expert enablement team.
Who can take command to protect the community?
Understanding the entire wildfire event cycle
Not that long ago, we talked about "fire season", but as wildfires get bigger and more impactful, it's more useful to visualize a yearlong event cycle. There’s always something you can be doing to be proactive about wildfire risk.
Data-driven land management strategies and fuel reduction efforts must grow to reflect the true scope of the challenge.
Dry Pines, CA: a wildfire-ready community
For the sake of illustration, let’s imagine the community of Dry Pines, California.
A network of weather stations, sensors, and cameras has been installed throughout the area to build an intelligent wildfire danger rating, monitoring, and detection system that feeds back to a single powerful but easy-to-use intelligence hub.Click on the map below to learn more about the wildfire technology keeping Dry Pines safe: