• Faris Rai Fadhil Universitas Widyatama,Bandung
  • Ari Purno Wahyu Wibowo Universitas Widyatama,Bandung


Forest fires are a serious problem that can cause extensive forest land and plantation areas to be damaged, this damage not only disrupts the habitat but the ecosystems in the forest, several studies have made an experiment to prevent forest fires, one of which is by using the help of electronic sensors installed in forest areas, this sensor works chemically by detecting heat or a change in the composition of the atmosphere present in the air and room temperature, from these changes the data is sent to the central station and a fire will be predicted, this method has a weakness including the number of sensors installed is very limited and does not allow it to be installed in a large area and the sensor may be damaged and lost as well as the use of a limited power source, causing readings to become disruptive and less than optimal. The solution to this problem is to use a UAV or drone technology which is felt to be very effective and quickly moves areas to scan a very large area, while the fire detection process uses an image processing method based on a computer vision algorithm, this method reads forest fire data and calculates the area directly. and can be used to detect the impact of damage caused, the accuracy of this image processing system depends on whether it is clear or not the reading of the data captured by the UAV predicts an accuracy of up to 80%.

Mar 29, 2023
How to Cite
FADHIL, Faris Rai; WIBOWO, Ari Purno Wahyu. SMOKE DETECTION ON CNN BASED VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM. Jurnal Darma Agung, [S.l.], v. 31, n. 2, mar. 2023. ISSN 2654-3915. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 25 june 2024. doi: