SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Betterview is pleased to announce a new relationship with the National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®), a non-profit organization devoted to eliminating death, injury, property, and economic loss due to fire, electrical, and related hazards, focused on helping insurers in California adhere to the state’s pending “Safer from Wildfire” legislation and […]
Maxar continues to monitor the Caldor wildfire as it approaches the southern edge of Lake Tahoe along the California-Nevada border. Maxar collected yesterday (August 31st) that shows closer views of South Lake Tahoe, the active fire lines and a large pyrocumulus cloud formed by the intense fire.
Maxar collected new satellite images on Sunday, August 8th of northern California and the Dixie wildfire that continues to burn and has become the state’s second largest wildfire in history.
Maxar Technologies collected new satellite imagery yesterday (October 28th) of the Blue Ridge and Silverado Wildfires that rapidly spread over the past couple of days in southern California, threatening multiple cities including Yorba Linda, Chino Hills and Irvine, California.
ARLINGTON, Va.–CACI International Inc (NYSE: CACI) announced today that its aerial sensor technology is being deployed to help responders battle wildfires across the American West.
Maxar Technologies collected new satellite imagery (October 22nd) of the East Troublesome Wildfire burning out of control near Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) in northern Colorado.
Maxar collected new high-resolution satellite imagery yesterday (October 16th) of the Cameron Peak Fire that continues to burn and spread dense smoke over the Front Range of northern Colorado.
Animated Map Highlights 10 Most Destructive Wildfires in California History. The new map from Esri highlights wildfires that claimed the most lives and destroyed the most structures.
Maxar Technologies’ WorldView-3 satellite collected new images September 21 of the large Bobcat Fire burning northeast of Los Angeles, California.
A flying armada organized by volunteer pilots flying private aircraft today delivered 100,000 KN95 respirators from Direct Relief’s California-based humanitarian distribution center to residents and firefighters in Oregon’s worst-hit fire-zones.