Forestry Speed Dating #4:
Get in touch with the innovators behind digital solutions for forest pests and diseases, and hear about how they can help you to detect their damages before it’s too late, or seek potential collaborations.
CETEMAS developed an automatic tool for the generation of decay maps using multispectral data captured with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and based on free software. The tool allows automatic mapping for disease and pest risk management. A successful case study of this innovation is the detection of brown spot needle blight in pine forests. By Covadonga Prendes Pérez, CETEMAS.
EnviNavigator is a project co-funded by the European Space Agency, developing forest services based on satellite monitoring that use self-learning artificial intelligence. Up-to-date information on the current state of forests, their risks, and changes in them can be produced by combining satellite data with other data sets relating to forestlands. By Sanna Härkönen, Bitcomp.
Festmeter offers vitality analyses with regards to bark beetle detection in conifer forests. The service is designed to help prevent excessive damage in the forest. Long-standing customers report positive hit rates of over 80% – they identify the majority of beetle infestations; based on the report, the forest rangers can take action. Festmeter allows to act faster and more purposefully in the field. By Kurt Wöls, Festmeter.
|10:05||Presentation and Q&A Decay maps, by Covadonga Prendes Pérez||20 min|
|10:25||Presentation and Q&A EnviNavigator, by Sanna Härkönen||20 min|
|10:45||Presentation and Q&A Festmeter, by Kurt Wöls||20 min|
|11:05||Breakout rooms with speakers||22 min|
|11:27||Closure and presentation of next event||1 min|
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4. Forestry Speed Dating
Tuesday, 18. 01. 2022
10:00 – 11:30
Thema: Digitale Lösungen für Waldschädlinge und -krankheiten mit Präsentationen von Decay maps, EnviNavigator und Festmeter.
+34 672 38 82 53
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Forestry Speed Dating # 5
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