EFI Bioregions event: Silvicultural visualisation and simulation tools

25 October 2021. Online.

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The European Forest Institute’s Bioregions Facility presents the first event of the first series of its Forestry Speed Dating events. This online session features the publicly-funded research projects iWald and Virtual Forest 2.0. Get in touch with the innovators behind innovative tools for improved visualisation, communication and analysis of Forest Management Options, and seeking potential users and partners to further develop customisation and integration.

Discover new digital solutions to improve forest management, sustainable forest operations and efficient supply. These innovations and best practices have been obtained through the ROSEWOOD4.0 project and will be presented in a series of Forestry Speed Dating events planned for the coming months.

Session’s agenda

The event will take place next Monday 25 October from 10:00 to 11:15 (CET)

5 minIntroduction
15 minPresentation iWald, by Hubert Röder
10 minQ&A iWald
15 minPresentation Virtual Forest 2.0, by Markus Korhonen
10 minQ&A Virtual Forest 2.0
20 min Breakout rooms per speaker (may be longer if speakers and attendees are available)

Meet the 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 one hour 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. 

Register now for the event!

SOURCEEFI Bioregions Facility
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