Views: 14 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2019-12-23 Origin: Site
During the middle and late period of spring defense, the temperature in North China, Northeast China, West China, and Southwest China continued to rise, rainfall was insufficient, dry thunderstorms were frequent, and forest and grassland fire danger levels remained high. According to the three-dimensional lightning monitoring network detection in the key forest areas of Northeast China, 24,000 lightning strikes occurred in the key forest areas of Northeast from June 1 to 11. According to the on-duty dispatch of the National Forest Defense Office, a total of 15 forest fires have been reported since June, including 8 in Inner Mongolia, 6 in Heilongjiang, and 1 in Sichuan.
According to the consultation forecast, this summer (June-August), China ’s precipitation was “more south but less north”, extreme weather and climate events were more frequent, Inner Mongolia, Heilongjiang and most of Jilin, northeast Chongqing, southern Sichuan and most of Yunnan In some parts of Xinjiang, high temperature, low precipitation, strong convective weather such as thunderstorms and winds occur frequently, the forest and grassland fire danger level is high, and the situation of fire prevention is very severe. It is therefore urgent to reduce the prevention of forest fires.
To improve this situation, IFLY introduced Intelligent cluster command and dispatch system
IFLY digital intelligent command and dispatch system uses computer cloud data and wireless communication technology to realize multi-level, large and small area networking. It also supports UHF and VHF dual frequency bands, full digital modulation and demodulation technology, and TDMA dual time slot technology, making full use of frequency point resources and increasing user capacity. The system passes the GIS geographic information subsystem, wireless communication subsystem, emergency alarm subsystem, fixed-point inspection management subsystem, data management subsystem, digital recording subsystem, cooperative command subsystem, equipment fault monitoring subsystem, and multi-terminal integration. Subsystems, etc., are closely integrated with relevant powerful cloud data to form a complete intelligent dispatch command and management system.