The Canadian Institute of Forestry, in collaboration with FPInnovations, has organized a workshop on operational block planning in forestry and UAV applications which took place in Kenora, Ontario on February 21, 2017.
This one day workshop provided an introduction to operational block planning in forestry, UAV technology, examine current practices from theory to operations, and highlight real world case studies. The day’s technical presentations featured experts from FPInnovations, KBM Resources, Domtar, ForestSoil Science Ltd., and First Resource Management Group.
The presentation files can be found below:
|Introduction||Dean Caron, and Dana Collins|
|Forest Planning Toolbox||Francis Charette|
|Operational Planning||John Bastone|
|Costs and Benefits of Using LiDAR for Forest Operations||Matt Kurowski|
|Taming Drones for Forestry||Denis Cormier, and Udaya Vepakomma|
|Forest Road Restoration: The Challenge of Changing Expectations||Dave McNabb|
|Airbourne Remote Sensing Applications in Forestry||Laird Van Damme|
|Using SkyForest for Operational Planning||Al Foley|
|FPDat Showcase Project||Dean Caron, and John Bastone|
|FPInnovations Forest Operations Capacity Building Overview||Dean Caron|