Attentis: real-time integrated sensor networks that provide data for early fire detection, environmental monitoring

Attentis® intelligent patented sensors deliver continuous real-time information about micro-climate weather, air quality and composition, rainfall, noise, vibration, ground movement, soil moisture, thermal and visual imaging to provide complete understanding of the conditions at a location. The real-time nature of our sensors enables instant detection of an event - e.g. fire ignition, temperature increase, excessive vibration, ground tremor, river height increase, high pollen count, etc - - autonomously - providing instant notification to first responders.

Blog Posts
25th October, 2022
New technology gives Canterbury’s Waitakiri Bottle Lake Forest Park best fire protection in New Zealand

The recreational spot now has five thermal imaging sensors with AI capability constantly surveying t...

16th September, 2022
Calls for spend on resilience

Australia continues to spend 97 per cent of disaster funding on response and recovery, and 3 per cen...

12th September, 2022
Christchurch City Council deploys IoT technology to aid in early fire detection and helps prevent devastating fires that can impact environments and communities.

Christchurch City Council deploys IoT technology to aid in early fire detection and helps prevent de...

22nd April, 2022
SAS and Attentis help improve flood and fire response as the climate changes

AI and IoT analytics protect people and koalas The post SAS and Attentis help improve flood and fire...

2nd February, 2021
Hi-tech sensor promises to dramatically enhance bushfire defences

It looks like a prop from the set of a Star Wars film but a hi-tech sensor could give Australia a ne...

16th December, 2020
Fighting Wildfires Goes High Tech With Laser Drones, Sensors and Satellites

Australia’s fire season looms and researchers are looking to move beyond ‘detecting fires with peopl...

9th December, 2020
The Future of Fighting Bushfires

The network, powered by Attentis in the Latrobe Valley is considered by experts as one of t...

16th September, 2020
Attentis technology answers bushfire-monitoring appeal.

Attentis, Australia’s first real-time integrated environmental sensor network, is excited to be cons...

9th August, 2020
Attentis® presents at the 2019-2020 Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements.

Our intelligent integrated networks provide instant first responder notification detailing the type ...

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