A Global Leader in Incendiary Device Technology

Raindance Systems brings engineered solutions to fire and land management on aerial platforms.

We are a world leading manufacturer and developer of Aerial Incendiary Machines (AIMS), supplying devices in some of the worlds most demanding environments.


Aerial Incendiary Systems designed for the harshest environments in the world.

Incendiary Devices

For over 20 years Raindance Systems have been developing Aerial Incendiary Devices. Our current systems are the R3 and R4 Incendiary Devices and they offer many improvements over previous systems, making them the most advanced systems available in the world for use in preventative fire and ecological management, as well as backburning. All our systems are used in a wide range of diverse environments to suit most requirements and operations.


Our Incendiary Capsule system is unique in many ways. We make all our Incendiary Capsules in-house, ensuring quality control throughout the manufacturing process. Each box of Incendiary Capsules contains 1000 incendiaries joined together into a Capsule Belt, which results in a compact but well-stocked box.


A Global leader in Incendiary device technology

Raindance Systems was founded in Perth, Western Australia in 2003. Since then, we have become a major manufacturer and global supplier of aerial incendiary device technology. 

In recent years, we have experienced strong growth in the Australian, United States, and Canadian markets, where the growing rate and intensity of bushfires has resulted in the need for greater fire control and prevention technology.

Raindance Systems is an industry leader in the development of incendiary device technology in Australia. Our products are currently used exclusively by the Western Australian Department of Environment and Conservation (formerly CALM) and we have acquired over 80% of the market share Australia-wide.

Raindance Systems’ products are also used by Sierra Pacific Industries, a leading private forest company in the US that owns or manages 1.7 million acres of forest in California.