Save the date: harvesting drones, commercial thinning, and simulators at OptiLog
By CFI staff
By CFI staff
Mechanization changed logging forever and the industry is on the cusp of another revolution – the digital transformation era. Wondering what that means for your logging operation? Get critical insight into the future of logging at this year’s OptiLog Forum.
Hosted by CFI magazine, OptiLog Forum is in person this year and headed to Kelowna, B.C., on June 8. We’ve lined up industry-leading researchers and manufacturers who are ready to share their innovative forestry-specific solutions that are poised to change forestry in Canada.
In just one day of sessions, you will come away knowing what’s coming down the forestry equipment and technology pipeline.
The day’s sessions will feature:
- Thinning forests from the air: Sweden’s AirForestry has developed a revolutionary harvesting drone.
- Cutting costs: The latest research from FPInnovations on commercial thinning in B.C.
- Effective working: Using simulators to improve operational efficiencies.
- A decade of winching: Understanding and applying key research, learnings, insights and methodology on winch assisting.
Seats are limited and open only to logging contractors, operators, forest agreement/license holders, researchers and consultants. Register now for our early-bird rate of $189.
Check out the preliminary agenda, speakers and register online at www.optilogforum.com