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Rosselkhoz transferred Khabarovsky Krai a lot of navigation equipment worth 5 million rubles
As part of a pilot project for reforming forest management Khabarovsk Krai received free of charge radio communications and navigation systems, the press service of the regional government reports. As noted in the forest management of the regional government, the total cost of equipment is about 5 million rubles.
According to the head of the regional forestry department Ivan Denisov, within the framework of the project "Reforming forest management and measures to combat forest fires in Russia" it was envisaged to purchase various fire-fighting equipment and equipment for the regions. The first batch of this equipment was received. It includes 152 portable radio stations for aviation, as well as 300 satellite navigation kits to be installed on ground vehicles.
Also in the Khabarovsk Territory for the last two years, video surveillance systems have been used. Rotary cameras with an overview of 360 degrees, operating around the clock, control the territory with a radius of up to 30 km. Camcorders are installed on the towers of mobile operators. The video image is sent to the monitor by local forestry personnel who, knowing their area, can literally send an extinguishing group along the shortest route to the fire place within 10-15 minutes. This scheme is very promising, because where there are video cameras following fires, there is no need to attract expensive aircraft, through which reconnaissance is traditionally conducted. "
Ivan Denisov clarified that now in the Khabarovsk Territory there are six such video complexes. In the framework of the pilot project of the Federal Forestry Agency, the region is planned to transfer more 30 systems.
However, the head of the regional forest management stressed that monitoring remains the most effective way to monitor fires. from the air.
In May, the management plans to test Russian unmanned aerial vehicles Supercam S350. They can also be used to monitor forests. If the new solution proves itself well, then the management will order such complexes for operation.
In 2015, the fight against forest fires regional authorities will send more than 100 million rubles. 20 of fire-technical stations, 17 branches with a total of about 800 people have already been prepared for the new season, 348 units of specialized forest fire equipment have been repaired.