Forestry 4.0 - Digitalization in the Forest Industry

Forestry 4.0—Digitalization in the Forest Industry

No matter whether forest ownership is private or public: the optimization of silvicultural processes increasingly requires the integration of ICT solutions. A focal topic that was played at the INTERFORST 2018 not only at the exhibitors' stands but also extensively in the scientific congress, the forums and the special shows.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Time Location, topics and speakers
Time 15:30–17:00 Location, topics and speakers Hall B6

Forums: IT in timber harvesting: even more in future!
Moderator: Dr.-Ing. Michael Schluse, RWTH Aachen University

Outstanding! Collection of forest stand inventory data and more
Speaker: Friedrich Hollmeier, LogBuch

All in one. Fleet Management at Komatsu
Speaker: Simon Wütz, Komatsu

Husqvarna Fleetm Management
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Friedbert Bombosch, HAWK Göttingen

Using data from harvester on-board computers in forest value chains: opportunities and risks
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Eric R. Labelle, Munich Technical University

Friday, July 20, 2018

Time Location, topics and speakers
Time Location, topics and speakers Hall B6

INTERFORST KONGRESS
Time 09:45–10:15 Location, topics and speakers Digital solutions for woodland owners associations / private forests
Speaker: Gerhard Penninger, Woodland Owners Association Holzkirchen
Time 10:15–10:45 Location, topics and speakers Drone use in forestry—a critical analysis
Speaker: Martin Herkommer, Quantum Systems, Gilching
Time 11:15–11:45 Location, topics and speakers Industrie 4.0 in logistics
Speaker: Martin Müller, Bavarian State Forests, Regensburg
Time 11:45–12:15 Location, topics and speakers Industrie 4.0 for increased value creation in the sawmill industry
Speaker: Matthias Nagel, INTEND Geoinformatik GmbH

Daily

Hall B6

Special show “From seedling to squared timber—the timber processing chain”
German Board of Trustees for Forestry and Technology e.V. (KWF)

Forestry 4.0 and the Internet of Things

“Where is the digital journey going?—"Digital twins" reflect the reality of forestry 4.0.”