Hey guys, So next week, we are heading to Northern Alberta with a smoke machine to really put this whole idea to the test. Because this particular event is a pretty big deal. And we're all pretty nervous about the whole thing, we thought we should invest in some training material. For reference for all of you AND! to link to from the HIT instructions below you'll two images that should help The real trick with all of this, is you are looking for a break in the horizon. While maybe sometimes there will be something close to the tower, usually smoke is going to be tiny. And look like this: and! Let me know what you guys think about these. What's your impression? Is this what you were expecting? We've created a library of photo-shopped images which I think we are going to be rolling out over the weekend in preparation for the smoke machine next week. I'll make sure I update with picture of us in the field next week. I actually haven't ever seen a giant, industrial smoke machine before so I'm pretty interested to see how it turns out. The best, R Edit: Also, you guys are killing it out there. Our response times are evenly balanced and accurate. And the false positives that are coming in are false positives that we love to see.