Randbee's role in addressing these challenges involved harnessing remote sensing technology for fire emission detection and quantification. Specifically Randbee took advantage of the Copernicus CAMS data products to identify both gaseous and particulate emissions associated with the identified fires. Randbee built on the previous work funded by EPA, to characterize upland habitats from satellite imagery. This technique enables identification of the type of vegetation burned and the biomass lost, thereby providing a more accurate calculation of the emissions produced. Furthermore, we validated the acquired data with ground-based observations to improve its reliability and accuracy. This interdisciplinary approach, combining Earth Observation and Atmospheric Chemistry expertise, positions Randbee to propose robust and innovative methods for future operational air quality monitoring.