Arbonaut Oy Ltd.
NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY

Arbonaut is a world leader in developing information gathering and GIS solutions for forest inventory and natural resource management. From satellite data collection to computer data analysis, Arbonaut's technological advancements are employed by some of the world's largest timber owners to cost-effectively optimize and manage their forestry assets.

Arbonaut's technological innovations facilitate the collection, analysis and web-based dissemination of forest information in both natural and plantation forests - be they boreal, temperate or tropical. Modern forest management can combine commercial activities with conservation, carbon capture and eco-tourism. Our seamless web-based and project services support all these activities.

Arbonaut’s advanced ArboLiDAR technology has been continually refined throughout more than a decade of field use by commercial timberland owners and managers. At Arbonaut, technological innovation and a deep commitment to understanding and meeting our clients’ needs are the twin foundations of our success.

 

 

 

 

 

 Arbonaut User Days 2014

The 9th ChinaFLUX Training Course & Arbonaut User Days 2014 workshop will be held for 4-days in Beijing, China.

Date: 22th – 25th September, 2014 

Venue: Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China. 

 

Mark down your calender if you would like to hear & learn more about Regional Carbon Cycle Assessment & Forests Carbon Management: Application of Sustainable Methodologies! 

 

aud14.arbonaut.com

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Arbonaut provides both comlete turn-key solutions and independent data gathering and analyisis services. Our long track record of innovations and technology development combined with our focus on providing customer-centric solutions that improve profitability have made us the company of choice for efficient forest managment solutions.

 

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