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First Series: Digitalisation of forest management, inventory and monitoring.
During the first Forestry Speed Dating series, that ran during October 2021 - March 2022, you could 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.
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Second series: Bio-based solutions for sustainable construction.
Our second Forestry Speed Dating Series will take place June - December 2022 and will allow attendees to discover the latest innovations related to timber and hybrid construction. Find out more about building materials and techniques that allow to convert the construction sector from a carbon source to a carbon sink.
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Was an innovation or theme of your interest included in a past Forestry Speed Dating event but did you not attend? Do not worry! Every presented innovation is featured in a factsheet with the collaboration opportunities highlighted. Do you think you could be the potential partner the speaker was looking for? Then contact the innovator through the contact information included in the factsheets.
iWald is an application that supports forest owners’ decisions with regards to forest management. The app allows forest owners to compare silvicultural treatments and simulate growth processes of their forest on the smartphone or tablet to make technically well-founded options for sustainable management of their forests.
Virtual Forest 2.0 enables efficient 3D visualisation of forest stands based on accurate data and forest management options. The user can see the impact of forest management interventions in the virtual forest before applying it in real life.
LasInfo is a full-scale management support system for managers of forests and natural resources in various organisational and legal contexts. It is a comprehensive solution which includes a centralised data management module, geographic information system, desktop and mobile device applications, support for all forest management processes and integration of information flow throughout the organisation in various settings.