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ForestTECH 2019 – Event Summary

In Event, Issue31 by FIEALeave a Comment

Forestry resource managers, remote sensing GIS and mapping specialists, inventory foresters and key technology suppliers from throughout Australasia were involved in ForestTECH 2019. Over 250 delegates were involved this year. As well as Australian and New Zealand companies, this time the annual event drew in forestry companies and key tech providers from the USA, Germany, South Africa, Chile, Spain, Indonesia, …

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Presenter profiles – ForestTECH 2019

In Event, Issue29 by FIEA

ForestTECH 2019, this region’s annual gathering of resource managers, remote sensing, GIS and mapping specialists, inventory foresters and technology providers into this part of the forestry industry, runs again in November. Full details on the programmes along with details on the four workshops being run in conjunction with this year’s series, can be found on the event website; ForestTECH.events. This …

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Presenter profiles – ForestTECH 2019

In Event, Issue28 by FIEA

Presenter profiles – ForestTECH 2019 ForestTECH 2019, this region’s annual gathering of resource managers, remote sensing, GIS and mapping specialists, inventory foresters and technology providers into this part of the forestry industry, runs again in November. Full details on the programmes along with details on the four workshops being run in conjunction with this years series, can be found on …

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ForestTECH 2019 details now on line

In Event, Issue27 by FIEA

Every year, over 250 resource managers, remote sensing, GIS and mapping specialists, inventory foresters and technology providers from throughout Australasia (and more recently SE Asia) meet up at the annual ForestTECH technology series. Since 2007, it’s the one event every year that’s run in both Australia and New Zealand focussing on this particular part of the forestry industry. “Compared to …

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ForestTECH 2018 – Event Summary

In Event, ForestTECH, Issue20 by FIEA

Well over 250 resource managers, remote sensing specialists and inventory foresters from throughout Australasia, SE Asia and South America have participated in the annual ForestTECH 2018 series. “What’s really gratifying is the continued turnout by leading forestry companies from throughout the region and the significant value that these return delegates are getting through the adoption of the technologies being discussed, …

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ForestTECH 2018 workshops likely to sell out fast

In Event, ForestTECH, Issue16 by FIEA

Feedback on the programmes announced last week has already been extremely positive. This year a raft of new disruptive technologies already been trialled in the forestry industry – and allied industries – are going to be showcased for the first time in this region. Another key feature of the series this year are the pre-conference workshops that have been set …

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ForestTECH 2018 event details on line

In Event, ForestTECH, Issue16 by FIEA

Every year it’s the one event that draws in forest resource managers, remote sensing, GIS and mapping specialists and inventory foresters together. It’s the annual technology programme run at the end of each year, ForestTECH. Many of you have been involved with us and have input into designing this year’s series. Thanks. This years’ series runs in Rotorua, New Zealand …

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Expressions of Interest – ForestTECH 2018

In Event, ForestTECH, Issue14 by FIEA

ForestTECH is this region’s premier technology series. It’s run for Australasia’s forest resource managers, planners, inventory foresters and GIS and mapping specialists by the Forest Industry Engineering Association (FIEA). Since 2007, it’s the one event every year that focuses on this particular part of the forestry industry. Forest owners, forestry mangers, key researchers and technology providers are also now picking …

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ForestTECH 2017 Event Summary

In Event, ForestTECH, FT17, Issue09 by FIEA

Since 2007, ForestTECH has been the one event every year that continues to draw in foresters to one location in both countries. Key researchers, technology providers and forest owners are also now picking up the opportunity of building in their own client meetings, workshops and discussion groups around both the New Zealand and Australian events to capitalize on this “once …