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Share your harvesting technology solutions with loggers

March 16, 2022  By CFI staff

Are you a manufacturer or researcher offering an innovative solution to modernize harvesting operations and increase their profits? Are you willing to educate an exclusive group of contractors from across Canada?

Send us your proposal to present at OptiLog – Forestry Tech Forum 2022 – the first in-person event of its kind.

OptiLog is a one-day education forum focused on the future of logging. Speakers will present on innovative forestry-specific solutions that are poised to change how we log in Canada. Faced with environmental and demographic challenges that are here to stay, contractors must innovate and adapt to survive.

Taking place in Kelowna, B.C., on June 8, OptiLog is a time-effective and affordable learning and networking opportunity, with registration restricted to logging contractor owners and operators, forest agreement/license holders, researchers, and consultants.


Presentations will be accepted in the following categories:

  • LiDAR advancements
  • Forestry 4.0 and connected machines
  • Maximizing operations through telematics
  • Proactive/predictive maintenance
  • Steeper slopes and selective harvesting
  • Optimizing operations with drones

Presentations that offer an in-depth case study with participation from contractors will be well received.

Note: only presentations that have educational value for the audience will be considered. This is not a sales pitch.

Send your brief presentation proposal to Canadian Forest Industries managing editor Maria Church (mchurch@annexbusinessmedia.com) by April 6. Proposals should be 100-200 words and include all of the following:

  • An explanation of the presentation topic
  • How the topic will educate and be of value to OptiLog’s audience
  • Who will be presenting
  • Whether the presentation will be (ideally) 30 or 45 minutes
  • A suggested presentation title

For more information on the events, including location details, visit www.optilogforum.com.

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