Webinar

How Idaho Forest Group cut stockpile measurement time by 80%

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Streamlining lumber yard surveys with drone data and photogrammetry

Idaho Forest Group (IFG) is one of the US’s largest lumber producers, with capacity for over one billion board feet per year and markets around the globe. To calculate and manage materials, they have used a range of surveying methods.

Their current choice, the WingtraOne surveying and mapping drone and Pix4D post processing software, helped them cut the required measurement time by 80 percent and saved them around 50 man hours a week. It has also set a new standard for accuracy around lumber stockpile surveys.

How did they do it, and what are their ongoing experiences? We will discuss this directly with Aaron Fischer and Ryan Jones from Idaho Forest Group.

In this webinar

  • Learn the WingtraOne and Pix4D basics
  • Get to know how Idaho Forest Group successfully cut stockpile measurement time by 80%
  • Understand how stockpile measurement is done efficiently with WingtraOne and Pix4D
  • Talk directly to our customers! Aaron and Ryan from IFG will be present in the webinar and will share their experiences in a live interview
  • Ask questions: we will have a Q&A session in the end

Speakers

Stephanie Lambert Wingtra
Stephanie Lambert
Head of Direct Sales at Wingtra
Josh Haga pix4D
Joshua Haga
Technical Sales Engineer at Pix4D
Aaron Fischer
Aaron Fischer
Technology Project Manager at Idaho Forest Group
Ryan Jones
Logyard Lead at Idaho Forest Group

Wednesday august 28, 2019
18:00 (CEST Time)
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