N5 Sensors, a supplier of novel Semiconductor Photocatalytic Hybrid (SPH) array sensors for chemical and gas detection, will demonstrate a new cloud based, multi-mode threat detection system at Sensors Converge this year. Target applications for the new product line include Smart Cities, Air Quality and Chemical Threat Detection. Detection and tracking of Wildfires is a specific focus of the new sensor product, given the risks associated with wildfires on people and property.
On average, 60,000 fire events burn millions of acres every year, while annual costs of containment, suppression and damage run into the billions of dollars. The N5 sensor system "ChemNode" directly address this threat and will offer early detection and tracking, along with measurement of air quality and other hazards of importance to Smart Cities .
The ChemNode system was successfully deployed in California during the 2021 fire season, and 2022 deployments are being scheduled now with alpha customers and other industry leaders. Learn more about ChemNode and other advanced sensor products and solutions at Booth 938 during Sensors Converge, or at www.n5sensors.com.