After a successful first edition in October 2021, EFI’s Bioregions Facility organises the second edition of its Forestry Speed Dating to promote innovation and collaboration within the topic of Aerial inspection and remote sensing for forest management. This event is organised in collaboration with ROSEWOOD4.0.
The Forestry Speed Dating on 22 November will feature the innovations Kelluu, ForestMap and My Sustainable Forest. Get in touch with the innovators behind these innovative remote sensing and aerial inspection services for forest inventory and monitoring, and hear about how they can help you save time and money on field work, or seek potential collaborations.
This hybrid event is organised back-to-back with Forest&Photonics 2021. Forest&Photonics 2021 takes place in-person in Joensuu, Finland (Original Sokos Hotel Kimmel) on 22 and 23 November. The registration to Forest&Photonics is independent from the one of the Forestry Speed Dating.
The event will take place on Monday 22 November from 09:00-10:30 Brussels time (10:00-11:30 Joensuu time).
|09:05||Presentation and Q&A Kelluu, by Jouni Lintu||20 min|
|09:25||Presentation and Q&A ForestMap, by David García Castillo||20 min|
|09:45||Presentation and Q&A My Sustainable Forest, by Julia Yagüe||20 min|
|10:05||Breakout rooms with speakers||20 min|
|10:25||Closure and presentation of next event||5 min|
Forest owner(s) (associations; for private or public forests), forest managers, data analytics companies, timber companies, wood purchasers, agencies responsible for forest inventory, monitoring, reporting and assessment; all interested in remote sensing and aerial inspection in forestry.
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 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.