Anti-Fire Monitoring System (AFMS) - this is a special complex of equipment used for the permanent monitoring of the controlled territory to prevent the fire danger and improve the performance of using the fire-fighting equipment (helicopters Mi-171, Mi-26, Aircraft IL76).
The complex consists of two laboratories:
- A Flying laboratory is based on the board of a small aircraft BE-103 The purpose of the laboratory to collect all possible data from the landscape due to locate the fire danger places and fires
- A Land laboratory - the set of equipment that could be placed in a vehicle. The purpose of the laboratory to process all data received from Flying laboratory in on-line regime and work out a plan of actions to prevent the fire and putting down the existing fires
- To locate a fire danger places.
- To execute the plan of action to prevent the fire danger.
- To supply with full information about the existing fires.
- To coordinate the action of all departments in fire-fighting process.
- To work out the secure and correct attack courses for Air Water Bombers.
The work description:
The aircraft BE-103 fly over the controlled territory and collects the data from the landscape. All data are transferred to the Land laboratory in on-line regime. The Land laboratory processes the received data and Locates the fire danger places. All detected places are to be covered by a special anti-fire liquid due to not allow start the fire. The fire-fighting helicopters (aircraft) execute this job. In case of discovery the fire, the fire is to be taking under control. All efforts are to be taken to calm the fire down (vehicle, helicopters, aircraft). The aircraft BE-103 is collecting the permanent data about the fire and development of events. On the base of the data the correct efforts are taken to calm down the fire.
Small aircraft BE-103 with FAA Certificate, radar, sensors, communication systems, Computers.