Spruce Beetles have become an increasing threat to the forestry industry over recent decades. Outbreaks used to be episodic but are now at epidemic levels in many parts of the world. Once an infestation is identified, it is a race … Continue Reading
Rezatec extends its global reach into Canada with its geospatial data analytics for the forestry sector
Rezatec, the leading provider of geospatial data analytics to the Forestry sector, today announced that it is to provide its forestry attribute data products to the BC Oil and Gas Research and Innovation Society (BC OGRIS), the not-for-profit society enabling … Continue Reading
ForestTECH is one of New Zealand and Australia’s most popular forestry conferences and has finally arrived in Canada! Event Name: ForestTECH Location: Vancouver, Canada Date: 7th March 2018 Website: https://foresttechx.events/ Join us in March for ForestTECH, Vancouver to hear about … Continue Reading
Understanding large-scale plant health. Rezatec analyses satellite data to map tree species and disease in large forested areas.
By developing pioneering data analysis techniques and machine learning algorithms, Rezatec is now able to produce powerful analytical insights for owners and managers of the world’s forests. Rezatec analyses earth observation data and imagery to provide scalable, accurate and regularly … Continue Reading
Rezatec, leading geospatial data analysts, has recently been awarded Phase II funding for the development of geo-spatial big data analytics products that can identify and monitor plant health on a large scale. The funding from the Space for Smarter Government Programme (via the UK Space Agency), is the result of a competitive application process through Innovate UK’s Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI), following an initial feasibility project (Phase I) to ensure the commercial value of the products and services under development by Rezatec. … Continue Reading
Rezatec’s project in collaboration with Forest Research under the UK Space Agency’s Space for Smarter Government Programme (SSGP) featured on the Defra Digital blog: Satellite data in Defra: collaboration, innovation and leading the way. The project aimed to respond to difficulties associated with obtaining accurate tree distribution by species, especially broadleaf species, and to address the lack of contemporary data of tree species distribution and abundance needed to predict the progression of forest pathogens. … Continue Reading