ForestTECH is this region’s annual independent forestry technology series. This year, in addition to advances being made in remote sensing and forest inventory, one of the two days has been set aside to profile the very latest developments in forest establishment, mechanised planting and silviculture. Source: Timberbiz
In addition to joint projects between Australian and New Zealand companies, a number of new technologies using AI and deep learning for forest inventories from key tech providers and forestry companies out of Canada, South Africa, Chile and Germany will be presented to local foresters.
This year, from Finland and Sweden, local companies will also be hearing about the very latest drone and forest data capture innovations being used operationally, along with automated solutions that have been developed for seedling packaging and movement, a new planting machine under development and the use of Eco-RFID tags to automate the tracking process of products in the value chain.
Program details and further information can be found on the event website at www.foresttech.events/ft21
Discounted early-bird registration rates along with special one-day registration rates have been set up for those attending the event in Rotorua, New Zealand in person. Virtual online rates for those outside New Zealand and unable to travel into the country have also been set up. Registrations can now be made directly on the event website.