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Our Level One Sensor (patent pending) is what makes our large sensor networks affordable. This sensor operates on the obvious fact that a fire raises the air temperature in the immediate vicinity. The sensor reads air temperatures every 60 seconds and sends those data back to the Wildfire Watch Data Processing Center (DPC) and from there posts the readings to our online Wildfire Watch Map here. If the DPC detects any rise above normal temperature for that time of day, for that season of the year, it posts an alert to the Wildfire Watch Map, as well as sends an automated alert to whomever the subscribers are (fire chief, park ranger, homeowner, etc.). See How It Works. In public parks and forests, the best place for deploying the sensors is at areas where campfires and barbecue grills are allowed, as that is the most common site for wildfire initiation. The sensors might also be placed along power line corridors or other sites where electricity may cause a fire, or where lightning has a high likelihood of striking.