Forest protection through smart data use

Mit Innovationskraft den Wald intelligent bewirtschaften

Forestry: efficiency vs. environmental protection

Forest owners face the challenge of managing forests sustainably and efficiently. Pest infestations, diseases and climate change threaten the forest. A rapid response is crucial to prevent spread and damage. Extreme weather conditions such as droughts require precise irrigation concepts in order to conserve resources and preserve ecosystems. At the same time, the risk of forest fires is increasing, which requires preventive measures. All of this requires comprehensive data collection and analysis to enable informed decisions, which were previously made difficult by the physical separation of office work and field work. Forest owners therefore need solutions that allow them to divide their time more effectively between administrative tasks and active forestry work, while ensuring sustainable management.

Innovative solutions for sustainable forestry

TreeSense offers solutions that provide accurate data on the health and water balance of trees, enabling a timely response to health problems. Our technology offers the potential for early detection of pest infestations and diseases to prevent major damage. By continuously monitoring the tree water balance, TreeSense supports local forest fire prevention and helps to adapt management to extreme weather conditions. With our data-driven tools, forest owners can develop effective, sustainable management strategies to protect the forest while improving profitability.

Forest health and pest management:

The data collected by our sensors reveal changes in the health of trees, such as signs of stress, disease or pest infestation. This enables a quick and targeted response to prevent the spread of diseases or pests. The more comprehensive the documentation, the clearer the findings.

Forest fire prevention and management

TreeSense offers decisive advantages in forest fire prevention. With IoT systems, our technology enables continuous monitoring and provides real-time data on vegetation, which is essential for fighting forest fires. Our solutions support the creation of forest fire risk indices and the development of intervention and prevention plans to respond quickly to fires.

Climate impact assessment:

Long-term data series on climatic changes in the forest area can help to

understand the effects of climate change and develop adaptation strategies. For example, they can help to assess the impact of different management methods or climate change scenarios.

Optimize decision-making

With digital tools from TreeSense, forest owners and managers can effectively save time and focus on strategic planning in the context of climate change. The precise analysis of historical and current environmental data makes it possible to predict the performance of individual forest stands and adapt long-term management strategies.

TreeSense sensors

TreeSense Dendro

TreeSense dendrometers are tools for precise monitoring of tree growth. Minimal maintenance with maximum accuracy.

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TreeSense FDR

TreeSense FDR offers precise tracking of soil moisture in percent. With easy handling and interpretation.

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TreeSense Pulse

The early detection of drought stress in tree crowns through the use of Pulse enables proactive irrigation planning.

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TreeSense Watermark

Use findings on water availability in the soil to optimize your irrigation strategy.

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TreeSense Cloud



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Semir Babajić
Chief Executive Officer
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FAQ on forestry
How many sensors do I need for good coverage?

For effective monitoring in forests, we recommend about 3-5 sensors per hectare based on past projects. The exact number may vary depending on the specific conditions and forest management objectives.

What data will help me to better assess the risk of forest fires?

Data on temperature, humidity, soil moisture and vegetation conditions are crucial for assessing the risk of forest fires. The creation of forest fire risk indices can be supplemented by the drought status of individual trees.

How long does a project usually take?

The duration of a typical TreeSense project varies depending on its scope and complexity. As a rule, we recommend a project length of 3 years in order to be able to carry out a valid evaluation of target achievement.

How does TreeSense help me with my project?

With our many years of expertise in science and practice, we support you in the status quo and problem analysis. Together, we work out a customized project objective that serves as the basis for the technical setup. Our experts are always on site to implement the project.