Arbonaut is incorporated as Arboreal Ltd.
Arboreal introduces the first automatic single-tree forest inventory method in the world: Arboreal FIT.
The first forest inventory trials based on airborne laser scanning happen with Arboreal FIT.
Arboreal, Benefon and Geodata introduce the first GPS-enabled GSM phone at Telecom 99 in Geneva.
Arboreal receives a major venture round for mobile location services from 3i Finland, Sitra, and Karinvest, and becomes Arbonaut.
Arbonaut received a significant equity investment in 2000 from 3i Finland, Sitra and Karelia Ventures to develop cellular location based services.
Arboreal FIT brought to the U.S. market by Arbonaut partner Falcon Informatics.
Arbonaut launches a forest information portal for UPM.
Arbonaut receives the EUROLEADER Award from EBN and British Telecom as the most innovative small enterprise in Europe among 900 contestants.
Arbonaut receives a "Tuottava Idea" innovation award for Arboreal FIT.
Arbonaut delivers the first mobile field terminal application for the Finnish Forest and Park Service (Metsähallitus). The application soon has 400 users.
Arbonaut introduces ArboLIDAR, a new area based forest inventory method using airborne laser scanning.
Posiva Oy hires Arbonaut to build a toolset for simulating nuclear waste disposal in bedrock.
Arbonaut partners with Utility Risk Management Corporation (URMC) to deliver highly accurate vegetation management services for utilities.
Arbonaut sets up offices in Helsinki and in Stowe, Vermont, USA.
Using a combination of field measurements, lidar, and optical satellite imagery, Arbonaut, together with Finnmap and Indufor, carries out a successful assessment of forest carbon in Laos for REDD (UN program for Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation).
Arbonaut Ltd. provides technical assistance for the National Forest Resource Assessment in Nepal.
Arbonaut completes the first 100 000 kms of corridor safety analysis.
Arbonaut moves to new, bigger premises in Joensuu.
Arbonaut delivers three next generation operational GIS application to Metsähallitus (Finnish Forest and Park Service).
Arbonaut delivers the main operational GIS application MörGIS to Otso Forest Services.
Arbonaut releases ArboTimber, a new forest information search engine, to the Finnish market.
North Karelia Chamber of Commerce granted Arbonaut with the Internationalization Award of the Year! The board characterized Arbonaut as "a pioneer in internationalization in the true sense of the word".
ProMS Mobile, a freely downloadable application containing all open forest data of Finnish Forest Centre, was published on Google Play Store.