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Data-Driven Forestry – Part I

“Without data, you’re just another person with an opinion.” W. Edwards Deming In the increasingly competitive digital-age, there is a growing trend for companies to adopt data-driven processes and business cultures. In this post I will discuss what it means for companies to utilize data-driven processes, and how this might […]

Software Adoption for Forest Companies

Forest companies, large and small, need databases and software for managing their ongoing business operations. Early in my career, this meant large single-purpose software applications running on desktop computers, Enterprise software running on dedicated servers, and bulky field computers running MSDOS. Today, companies have more software options available for meeting […]

Monitor Forest Health with Satellite Imagery

Satellite imagery is a complement to GIS data in the forest industry for geospatial mapping and analyses, but new uses will continue to emerge as satellite imagery becomes more available and affordable. As a result, companies should be familiar with additional uses beyond the traditional mapping functionality that most forest […]


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