Cloud Services for Forest Management

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Cloud Services for Forest Management

In a remote desktop environment  your staff will gain secure access to powerful industry tools on our high speed servers.  This means that you can have the power of advanced software tools common to large corporate forest companies without the complication and expense of setting up and maintaining software and hardware systems.

 

Functionality

Small or fragmented forest management teams can access stand records, maps and harvesting production data anywhere with an internet connection.

Forestry managers (of all size) have the ability to maintain an easily query-able store of all forest stand records and log scales, including curretn status of the forest and the historical events within the GEOMaster record system.

Client Software

Clients can access data when and where needed whether it is Microsoft Office 365, ATLAS applications, Maps or Harvest and Inventory Data applications.

Key Functions
  • Central repository of all forestry related information
  • GEOmaster stores a complete history of events in the forest
  • Full integration with ArcGIS or use with ATLAS GIS Manager
  • Manage your whole estate, including reserve areas, risks, assets and riparian zones
  • Cable harvest planning tools
  • Log scales tracking and distribution, and invoicing with PS Log Harvest Information System
  • Yield projection and analysis using FFR Forecaster and/or YTGEN
  • Access to the latest mircosoft office suite for seamless analysis, export and review the data
  • provisions of base layers of GIS Information to overlay with your own forests
  • Multiple monitor support for ease of viewing GIS datasets
  • Cloud file storage
  • Easy and quick reporting on stand maps, MPI NFED reporting, ETS reporting, harvest information reporting and invoicing
Client Software Options
  • ATLAS GeoMaster, Harvest Manager, Document Manager, SilviQC, Yield Table Manager.
  • ATLAS GIS Manager, and Permanent Sample Plot Manager.
  • Cable Harvest Planning Solution.
  • ESRI ArcMap Desktop
  • FFR Forecaster
  • Microsoft Office 365
  • PlotSafe Forest Inventory Data Capture
  • PSLog Harvesting Information System
  • Roadeng
  • SOTI MobiControl Smart Device Manager
  • STICKS Harvest and Woodflow System
  • YTGEN

Out in Industry

Install / Gain Access to ArcMap Addins such as GeoMaster Mobile Manager

There are some add-ins to ArcMap such as GeoMaster Mobile Manager than need to accessible by end users.   To enable these Open ArcMap and under the the Customize Tab select Add-In Manager. Click on the Options tab and click the Add Folder... button. Navigate to...

Use Common Spatial Data Shared to All Users (Topo Maps, Cadastral Boundaries, Roads, Streams and more)

Making maps is all about having access to spatial layers which provide layers such as roading, streams and contour data.   Within the Interpine Forest Management Cloud we publish common spatial datasets centrally for all registered users to access.   This not only...

ATLAS GeoMaster ArcGIS Geodatabase Setup for Cloud Users

To allow for best practice implementation of GeoMaster deployed within our cloud environment, this document outlines the common setup for most users with regard to ArcGIS file based geodatabases setup for users. Most of our users will have the following structure to...

PSLOG Export to Excel > Troubleshooting

PSLOG is used by many of our users inside our Cloud Remote Desktop Service.  Some users have reported an issue where they get an error message when exporting some of the PSLOG reporting to EXCEL.  This could appear as an OLE Error message such as shown below.  The...

Sharing Files / Folders with Your Forestry Contractors Using Microsoft Office 365

As a forest manager using our cloud services, you can use Microsoft 365 OneDrive and SharePoint to set up folders for contractors to access information or just provide them with a link to a place to upload their data or files.   For example, you might have a harvest...

How to Create QC Plots for a Planting Event in GeoMaster with ArcGIS

Considering what forest inventory design to use for QC? When considering a forest inventory, as foresters we often need to create a sample plot layout across of net stocked area. There is a range of options available to the user in selecting the type of sampling...

Running Two Monitors (Screens) in our Cloud Services Remote Desktop?

It is a simple process to be able to run remote desktop across two screens. This is useful when using applications like ATLAS GeoMaster as it provides for having GIS or Microsoft Office Applications on one screen and GeoMaster on the other.   On the other hand, you...

Print from your Remote Desktop to your local printer ?

Often you will want to print a map, report or document from the Remote Desktop Environment.   You will just need to ensure you select this option prior to connecting to the Remote Desktop Connection. Edit Remote Desktop Connection Select Local Resources Tab Tick...

Understanding the Look and Feel of the Remote Desktop Environment

Some of the features of Interpine's Cloud Computing services means you are logging in to a remote desktop session.   This article aims to provide you with an orientation of this environment. The Remote Desktop This is a familiar Microsoft Windows operating system...

Connect to the Interpine Cloud Remote Desktop Services

Accessing the Remote Desktop Environment uses Microsoft's Remote Desktop Connection application which comes preinstalled in all modern Microsoft Windows operating systems.   For Android, Apple iOS or macOS you can download the Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection from...
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