UTILITIES WILDFIRE

Reliable and accurate wildfire management solutions.

RELIABLE DATA WILL IMPROVE SAFETY, REDUCE POWER RELATED FIRES, AND PROTECT ASSETS

Transferring real-time, accurate weather data from weather stations to decision-makers is what FTS has been doing with wildfire services for the past 40 years. As 95% of power utility wildfires are ignited by distribution lines there is a need and demand for additional situational awareness in the power utility industry when it comes to wildfire risk assessment and management.

Once a wildfire is ignited, the wildfire behavior will be determined by weather, topography and fuel (vegetation). Valuable weather data via weather stations in remote areas and/or attached to distribution lines can provide enhanced field awareness related to wildfires. This critical fire monitoring data can help protect people, infrastructure, assets and make our communities more resilient to wildfire threats. Many of the same weather monitoring and situational awareness solutions used by USA Wildfire Agencies can be readily adapted to the power utility industry, and FTS can show you how.

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FTS360 SOFTWARE

THE COMPLETE SOLUTION FOR YOUR NETWORK

FTS360 is a secure and reliable cloud-based platform that allows you to view sensor and station data, camera images and video. Take advantage of user programmable advanced calculations, intelligent alerting, and full configuration capabilities no matter where you are.

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FIXED REMOTE AUTOMATED WEATHER STATION
COMPACT WEATHER STATION
PORTABLE AUTOMATED WEATHER STATION
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White Paper: The Importance of a Dedicated Wildfire Weather Network for Utilities

Our latest white paper is packed with useful information for utility organizations. Learn what makes an effective dedicated wildfire weather network and how weather data adds critical insight to wildfire mitigation efforts. Understand how weather data can impact fire danger ratings. Find out how weather station placement and data collection can influence historical analysis. Finally, hear from wildfire mitigation experts and those on the frontlines of managing utility operations.