Turn almost limitless amounts of bushfire data into decision-making intelligence
Firetrail is a cloud-based data and Artificial Intelligence platform for managing bushfires. By using the latest cloud technology, Firetrail turns almost limitless amounts of bushfire data into decision-making intelligence. The cloud-based platform provides a single source of intelligence and insights for the prediction, management and prevention of bushfires.
Firetrail is easily customizable and it can be deployed rapidly to prepare for upcoming fire seasons.
Machine Learning sits at the core of Firetrail's technical architecture, enabling the system to constantly learn, refine and adapt its models and to improve accuracy of insights and predictions over time.
ML models are further enhanced through bespoke geo-spatial mapping and data overlay tools, designed to marry and display live data sources such as weather and fire ignition information with static data sources, such as terrain, fuel load and critical infrastructure.
Firetrail enables the right information to be presented to the right people, at the right time. The system uses cutting-edge cloud technology to process bushfire datasets and to generate meaningful results that are clear and easy to understand.
Importantly, Firetrail offers "plug-and-play" APIs and automated workflow options for popular fire-spread prediction models, like CSIRO Spark and Phoenix RapidFire.
Firetrail is built in the cloud, making it robust and infinitely scalable for long term use.
It is versatile and accessible for everyone, including fire behaviour analysts, incident controllers and operations managers.
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Firetrail was developed by Australian technology company, Kablamo. Kablamo has deep experience in designing and building cloud-based software and data platforms for some of Australia’s largest enterprises and government organisations. This includes extensive work with a major state-based Fire Services agency, building a cloud-native and machine learning enabled bushfire predictions and risk assessment solution.
The horrors of Australia’s bushfires committed many of us in technology to apply our skills to helping reduce future risk to humans, flora and fauna, and property. But without serious buy-in from the fireys and the federal government it won’t work.
By pointing out that “real-time decision making needs relevant real-time data”, this report specifies the need for central data management. Current data inconsistencies limit the ability of fire-fighting teams to make informed decisions.
The newly released, 466-page report on the NSW bushfires identifies that technology is one of the greatest areas of improvement that the New South Wales fire fighting agencies and their partners can undertake.