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1480 AM - KAUS
Ryan is interviewed by KAUS in Minnesota.
April 8, 2022
ARTE TV Interview
Honored to be interviewed by French-German TV station Arte TV. The interview aired on France and German TV between December 18-20 2021. Please find the video below.
KFI MORNING RADIO - WAKEUPCALL - RYAN HONARY, TEEN BEHIND AN AI DRIVEN WILDFIRE PREVENTION SYSTEM
Jennifer was joined this morning by Ryan Honary, the 13-year-old behind the business SensoRy AI which helps detect wildfires and inform people earlier.
October 7, 2021
13-YEAR-OLD CREATES AI DRIVEN WILDFIRE PREVENTION TECHNOLOGY
NORTHSTATE AREA, Calif. — Ryan Honary was traveling in Arizona when he saw the devastating images from the Camp Fire. The Newport Beach fifth-grader was inspired to help people and the environment, so he got to work.
October 1, 2021
TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD: O.C. TEEN INVENTS TOOL FOR EARLY WILDFIRE DETECTION
Orange County teen Ryan Honary joined the KTLA team to discuss his solution. It has the capacity to detect wildfires early and inform locals to help keep them safer.
September 29, 2021
100 WATTS AND A WIRE: NEXT GEN - HELPING ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES
Ryan Honary is a guest on the 100 Watts and a Wire podcast, where he talks about disaster prevention, wildfire mitigation and his solution.
August 3, 2021
CALIFORNIA TEENAGER INVENTS AI-POWERED TOOL FOR EARLY WILDFIRE DETECTION
The world is indeed lucky when our most brilliant minds choose to work for the common good, rather than chasing money or becoming master criminals. So Inhabitat wants to thank young Ryan Honary for his work on an early detection system for wildfires.
July 5, 2021
THE PEGASUS SCHOOL’S RYAN HONARY, 13, LAUNCHES A STARTUP COMPANY
How many 13-year-olds do you know who are the brains behind a startup company? If you know Newport Coast resident Ryan Honary, the answer is at least one.
May 28, 2021
ENGINEERING A MASTERFUL IDEA: PEGASUS SCHOOL’S RYAN HONARY A FINALIST IN NATIONAL SCIENCE COMPETITION
Ryan Honary was playing in a junior tennis tournament in Arizona in late 2018 when he saw devastating fires on the television.
September 25, 2020