Astrup says that the key to big data use in forestry rests on core narratives that will drive new business models, further efficiency gains.
Continued collaboration between European scientists is in line with the spirit of publicly funded European research, development and innovative aims to make valuable impacts in the forest sector.
TECH4EFFECT Co-ordinator from the Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Rasmus Astrup, presented at a sideline event of the digital 29th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition on Monday, 26 April at 16:10-17:40.
He joined fellow scientists from the European Forest Institute, the Natural Resources Institute of Finland, LUKE, the Polytechnic University of Valencia and CREAF at the Speakers’ Corner event to discuss “Forest management in climate transition: good practices from applied experiences”. The event was organised by LIFE Resilient Forests under the chair of the European Biomass Industry Association.
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SILVISMART sparks innovation in Konrad Forsttechnik’s latest onboard computer control system used in cable yarding technology in steep terrain harvesting.