The next forest fire
is impending, and it’s
only a matter of time.
We provide the ability for the whole
community to protect their homes
I want to be ready for the next Wildfire.
Now is the time to talk this over…
before summer comes along.
And the existing danger
Global warming, along with the dry summer months and other external threats are among the most common causes of forest fires.
These fires expand at an extremely rapid pace, easily skipping-over buffer zones and setting fire to first-line properties and spreading inwards to second-line homes and beyond.
Until today, there has not been a safe option for protecting properties and belongings, either whilst remaining in the property and attempting to extinguish the fire, or in case of necessary evacuation.
For residents and communities
In a circumstance where only part of the residents utilize the communal water system in an unsupervised manner, in order to protect their own properties, this will result in not having sufficient water pressure available for the rest of the community and will cause the collapse of the communal water system.
Initiated water-sprinkler systems
Past experience has taught us that when the surroundings are wet, fire can not spread. The ‘Waterdome” system answers this need: Massive water sprinkler on the property and its surroundings with initiated “rain”, before the fire takes hold.
‘Waterdome” is a domestic system, supported by a cloud-based, collaborative control function, for sprinkling “rain” in times of danger, greatly minimizing the imminent danger to properties and their surrounding as a result of forest wildfires.
This solution is highly effective, as the sprinkler system – integrated with a collaborative control option, helping to disperse the water in a smart measure between all the residents and properties in the community – will provide a suitable solution responding to the needs of both the individual property and the entire community, while keeping the required water pressure.
of the ‘Watedome’ system
This system has been installed in two forest-adjacent communities in Israel and has been thoroughly tested through both simulated and real-time fire suppression trials at one of these communities, in cooperation with the fire department. In addition, the water-sprinkler system has been proven to be exceptionally successful during massive forest fires in the U.S.
*in comparison to a 33% protection rate through the practice of land clearing.