Digital Forester means full digitalisation of the way you analyse and manage your forest assets. It doesn't happen with the flick of a switch. It is more of a process, during which we will accompany, advise and support you with our expertise and impressive toolbox of analysis methodologies for optimum results.
The Digital Forester is a combination of the most advanced data analytics and modelling tools. We use Photogrammetry or Laserscanning data to generate 3D forestry models to extract tree heights and structural information.
Now you can achieve better stratification and know precisely where to target your actions. Make ground sampling far more efficient and achieve significant savings in time and cost. Combine sampling information with structural information to let our #forestAI provide you with precise and comprehensive maps of timber volume, growth dynamics and carbon stock.
High resolution Orthophoto gives good overview.
Tree Height Model shows detailed height distribution and makes variations easily visible.
Height Statistics summarise the distribution mean and top heights in detailed grid-cell maps.
Stocking Density maps show the distribution of tree density in detailed maps across the entire stand.
Timber Volume or Carbon Stock inventory is derived by feeding 3D structural information and some terrestrial sampling into our advanced AI to generate maps showing the volume in each grid cell.
3D Tree Height Model
Aerial images give a good initial overview of your forest. But they don't reveal the details and growth dynamics.
3D structural information can be derived from photo images or from laserscan data. The resulting Tree Height Model provides very detailed insights into the forest structure, shows height variations, gaps and growth dynamics.
Use this information for better stratification, optimised sampling, height statistics, time series monitoring showing growth increments, and for precise thinning or harvest planning.
Combine the tree count with an assessment of tree health.
Individual trees that are dead or dying (even in cases where the crown is only partially affected), can be detected, marked, classified and counted.
Get detailed and comprehensive grid maps for immediate identification of problem areas.