The Division of Forest Fire and Landslide Research studies on the scientific prediction and management technology to protect forest environment.
Operating a national forest fire hazard forecasting system that shows real-time nationwide forest fire risk at a glance.
The National Forest Fire Experiment Center, has been established to research fire behavior characteristics of forest fire and lead to develop eco-friendly forest fire Extinguishing Agents.
National Fire Danger Rating System
Forest Fire Behavior Prediction Program
Forest fire behavior characteristics study
Development of Forest Tending Work technique resistant to forest fire
landslide Hazard Mitigation research is focused on landslide hazard assessment and recovery technologies for landslide damaged area to minimize damages in urban area due to landslide, and improved warning-evacuation strategy.
Deep-seat Landslide Remote Monitoring System
Earthquake-induced Landslide Susceptibility Map (pilot study)
Debris flow Risk map (in national scale)
12hr-forecasting Landslide Early-warning System (pilot study)
Futuristic Technology Research is aimed at utilizing UAV and image processing technologiess in the forest disaster area. Ortho imagery and UAV LiDAR data are collected from a forest fire and landslide damaged area.
Forest fire spread suppression technique using UAV
forestfire spread Tracking using UAV Night Vision
Spectrum Texture Analysis Using UAV Image in forestfire damaged area
Debris Flow Discharge Characteristics Analysis Using UAV LiDAR