Save Timber From Spruce Beetle Devastation
Using satellite data analytics to detect & alert to forest pest spread.
Bark beetles have been a growing menace to the forestry industry around the world over recent decades. In this article we explore how beetle infestation affects timber quality over time, the challenges of identifying infected trees using traditional methods, and how multi-spectral satellite data can help to identify affected stands before they lose much of their commercial value.
Identify infestation earlier
Detect spruce beetle faster and more accurately than any other aerial surveys.
Maximise timber value
Harvest affected trees up to one year earlier, before they lose their value.
Monitor entire forests
Observe and monitor entire forests on a monthly basis.
Mitigate risks of outbreaks
Faster and more accurate intelligence for forest management.
Download our Guide to Using Satellite Data Analytics to Detect Tree Pest Spread
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