Growing a better forestry future through technology.
With dashboard modules that provide an overview of your areas of interest and their surroundings, you’ll begin the journey to sustainability by making informed decisions about your current and planned forestry projects.
The teams behind the GFP want to enable the inclusion of commercial markets and engage with farm and plantation forestry to manage sustainable supplies of timber. and ultimately to increase efficiency and production of the timber industry in operating countries. It is possible for growers to know where to plant, predict future climate patterns and trends, monitor tree assets, and allow processors to plan, track and manage a disaggregated forest supply base among other features.
GFP is therefore one of the tools that will contribute to unlocking the latent potential in commercial forestry, by providing timely and relevant information for decision-making and you can learn more by visiting their website at www.forestryplatform.com and following their social media accounts, which promise to be an enjoyable follow for anyone interested in forestry.
To quote Mr Breetzke once again, “We are aware that positive adoption of the platform will have a significant effect on its ongoing success. With such an exciting product, and with further modules planned in the future, we are thrilled to officially launch the GFP and get started at actively spreading the awareness of our forestry platform through strategic, informative, and educational social media and marketing campaigns”,
The official launch of the Geospatial Forestry Platform will take place in Nairobi, Kenya on the 15h of November 2022 with the event planned to showcase the platforms applications to the East African forestry community. With Keynote speaker Arthur Goldstuck, an award-winning writer, analyst, and technology commentator who also writes a weekly trends column for Business Times in the Sunday Times. He will be joined by a panel of experts in the Forestry field keen to discuss their views and hopes for the platform’s success.