Optimise your forest strategy and make sure it is sustainable
Compare alternative forest management scenarios, understand their trade-offs and make educated decisions
Bring your strategic goals into practice using built-in tactical and operational optimisation models
Model the financial value of any forest asset
Analyse the climate impact of your wood supply chain and include biodiversity aspects in your decision making
Understanding the impacts of your forest management decisions and possible changes in the business environment through scenario analysis is a key to the sustainable use of forests. AFRY Smart Forestry Planner allows you to align your forest management strategy with your objectives and values.
A strategic forest management plan provides a clear understanding of the long-term wood supply, as well as silviculture and reforestation needs. With AFRY Smart Forestry Planner, you can also optimise your day-to-day operations.
Bridging the gap between your strategic goals and daily work can be done by generating cost-efficient and operationally feasible harvest schedules with Planner’s spatial optimisation model.
By controlling the flow of wood from the forests to the mills with built-in forest haulage and logistics optimisation, you can improve the transparency of your wood supply chain.
With AFRY Smart Forestry Planner, you can create in-depth analyses of the forest value components, including carbon crediting and biodiversity values.
Smart Forestry Planner gives you a consistent, transparent and scalable approach to forest valuations. You can analyse various wood flow and business environment scenarios and identify their impacts on forest value, for example, for accounting purposes and in forest transactions.
AFRY Smart Forestry Planner includes a comprehensive and transparent model to capture the real climate impact of forest management. This allows credible, systematic and continuous reporting of climate impacts, which is a prerequisite for transparent communication and accountability of sustainability statements and claims.
AFRY Smart Forestry Planner offers easy-to-use tools for modelling the climate impacts of the whole forest product value chain, all the way from the forest to end products.
With our extensive knowledge of forestry in general, as well as the capabilities of our solutions, we can suggest the best solution to achieve your goals.
We take care of the forest data transfer and system implementation. If you don't have accurate data, we can also help you get the most relevant data set with satellite imagery or drones.
For successful use of Smart Forestry products, we give your personnel software training to make you get the most out of our solutions. More help is available in all stages of your customer journey.
Our solutions for Smart Forestry cover the maintenance of the software. We update the solutions with more helpful features and keep you up-to-date.
Smart Forestry Planner brings your strategic goals into practice and includes crucial factors and aspects to your decision making
With AFRY Smart Forestry products you can examine and administrate all the forest, wood sourcing and forest carbon value chain at all planning levels throughout the business cycle.
Let's take a look what combination works best for your needs!
Smart Forestry Manager offers you an intuitive user experience with all top-notch features of the world-class forestry management software, which is also available offline when working on fields.
You can manage your whole portfolio across country borders in one system with one login, without sacrificing locally calibrated forest data and operation models
Bad inputs usually mean bad outputs. From standing stock attributes to stand geometries, forest inventory data is often complex and prone to outdated information and errors.
That’s why we have carefully built-in data validation rules to Manager, to make sure your data stays relevant and in good shape, regardless of who uses the system.
With Smart Forestry Manager it's possible to streamline communication by sharing limited access to service providers. You can also send notifications and requests to external systems, e.g. directly from the system