Day 1 - Open seminar
We celebrated on June 7th an Open Seminar focused on Forest data acquisition and management, not only of forest roads but also for any data related to forest resources, infrastructures and equipment.
Access to the seminar -which took place in the PRAE building in Valladolid- was free and involved more than 40 professionals (technicians and representatives of public administrations, universities and private forestry companies) and with the intervention of 16 speakers from six European countries. The Junta de Castilla y León and the Institute for Research in Sustainable Forest Management, iuFOR (University of Valladolid) collaborated with the development of this meeting.
The official opening was developed by the General Director of Environment of the regional Government of Castile and León, José Angel Arranz.
Rest of presentations can be downloaded from the following list (ordered by agenda schedule):
- Forcip+ project results
- Forest resources and data management
- Status of technology for forest inventories in Spain
- Sentinel and forestry uses
- Forest roads: good practises and knowledge sharing
- Lidar and forest inventories in Slovenia
- UAV and terrestrial laser scanners for forestry inventories
- Forcip+ data model and applications
- Forestry roads navigation system
- Internet of the things
- UAVs and multispectral imagery for biodiversity inventories
- Forest roads speed prediction using machine learning
Day 2 - Final Conference
On June 8, all the partners met in Valladolid to celebrate the Final Conference, to put in common our results and to verify the fulfillment of the objectives.
The Forcip+ Coordinator, Prof. Petros PATIAS (Head of AUTH’s Laboratory of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing), made a presentation of the results to all the attendees and showed the conclusions that have been drawn from the collaborative work of the last 18 months.