Forestry speed dating: Mobile applications for forest inventory and monitoring
Date: 15/12

Forestry speed dating: Mobile applications for forest inventory and monitoring

Meet 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.

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. Get in touch with the innovators behind mobile applications for forest inventory and monitoring, and hear about how they can help you save time and money on field work, or seek potential collaborations.

WHHEN: 15 December, 10 – 11 (Europe/Brussels time zone)
WHERE: Online

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MOTI is an Android and iOS application specifically designed for forest inventory. MOTI allows forestry professionals to capture in an easy, cost effective and reliable manner the key dendrometric variables such as basal area, number of trees per ha, tree height and stock, as a single measurement combined in a sample plot, or at the level of a stand inventory with automatic calculation of the error range of the estimations.
By Christian Rosset, Bern University of Applied Sciences.

Arboreal app integration in ForestHQ

The Forest Valuation module of ForestHQ allows simple, automated forest valuation. Dendrometric field data can be collected using the Arboreal App (available for iOS): you will measure trees and perform the forest inventory using your iPhone. Drone survey can be added to improve inventory accuracy. Afterwards, the Forest Valuation module will generate the online mapping of inventories with location-based metrics.
By Garret Mullooly, Treemetrics.