The Automatic Drone Scanning Network is a network of drones designed to look for potential forest fires or bushfire by using cameras and sensors. They are used to scan the tops of trees to forest floors.

Suspicious activity is sent to the Cloud. If a fire is confirmed, fire services are notified. This cuts down the response time of firefighters significantly before the fire spreads too far and destroys property and precious wildlife.

Zoned risks creates different fire ratings for different zones in large areas. The ratings are then sent to an app so that they can be viewed.