Software for planning forest management: Part 1
Meet the innovators, get inspired and develop new partnerships
Forestry Speed Dating puts innovators in contact with potential partners and end-users, to speed up innovation and create new partnerships. Through a series of speed dating workshops, and facilitation of meeting with innovators, you can find inspiration and explore new solutions towards a sustainable forest circular bioeconomy for your area.
Theme 1: Digitalisation of forest management, inventory and monitoring.
Discover new digital solutions to improve forest management, sustainable forest operations and efficient supply. Find out more about digital tools that support forest managers’ decision-making as well as communicating what you do to the public and engaging their input.
Forestry Speed Dating #5 Part 1: 17 February, 10:00-11:10 (CET)
Get in touch with the innovators behind software for planning forest management, and hear about how they can help you plan your forest management, or seek potential collaborations.
ForestHQForest HQ brings together forest valuation, management and harvesting in a single on-line platform. In addition, a new module to manage forest certification is arriving to solve the bureaucratic burden of forest certification. It will allow forest managers to create, fill in and track on-line forms to comply with the certification schemes of their choice (PEFC, FSC and similar), and forward them to required third parties.
Presentation and Q&A ForestHQ, by Garret Mullooly
Presentation and Q&A Arbonaut, by Alain Minguet
Breakout rooms with speakers
Closure and presentation of next event
Continuation of breakout rooms according to availability
Companies and agencies performing forest management, forest managers, forest research organisations, forest owner(s) (associations); all interested in software for planning forest management.
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