New software now allows forest managers to visualize wildlife habitats, Kyoto Accord issues, timber harvesting, environmental issues, land management and more
Forest managers now have a way to see into the future thanks to a Fredericton-based forest management software company. Remsoft has added a new dimension to forest modeling with the launch of it new software package, Spatial Woodstock. The software gives forest managers, consultants, regulatory agencies and investors a powerful, new visualization tool, whether harvesting timber, calculating carbon credits for the Kyoto Accord, protecting wildlife habitats or other environmentally sensitive habitats, managing forest lands and more.
Spatial Woodstock will be unveiled at the Society of American Foresters annual conference in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, October 5th to 7th.