La precision de timbeter pour mesurer le bois!

Très souvent on nous demande quelle est la précision de Timbeter? La méthode la plus directe pour vérifier la précision serait de mesurer une pile de bois avec Timbeter, et ensuite de la mesurer manuellement quelques billes pour comparer. Mais si vous n’avez pas de billes à portée de main, comment faites-vous pour contrôler efficacement vos mesures et vos données?

Entretien avec Kuldar Kollom, Responsable Export chez Dammix en Estonie

L’équipe de Timbeter a déjà conquis quelques marchés leader dans l’industrie du bois qui ont décidé d’utiliser la solution de Timbeter pour mesurer les billes et le bois. Notre directeur Vallo Visnapuu a rencontré Kuldar Kollom de chez Dammix pour parler des bénéfices de Timbeter et de ce que cette solution a apporté concrètement dans son entreprise.

"Instagram For Trees" - New Feature Launch

Timbeter has launched a new feature that integrates with Instagram. Now you can make your timber and tree pictures even more beautiful by adding filters and emoji's!

Timber Measurement - How To Get Started With Timbeter

I've put together an easy to read picture guide on how to get started with using Timbeter. Timber measurement is now easier and faster increasing your cost efficiency and streamlining your workflow. This information is also available to download as a PDF.

Popular Timber Measurement Formulas

There are a variety of log scaling methods around the world. However, there is a vast variability between each region, making transparent communication difficult. Describing each method and its parameters are vital for enabling clear and transparent measurement between all partners, and thus eradicating any attempts at fraud.

Common Problems with Pulpwood Measurement

The differences in measuring pulpwood can lead to several disputes amongst parties. Disagreements arise due to subjective measurements made by manual eye vision. There is a more accurate way to measure pulpwood.

Timbeter in 2016: The Year in Numbers

It has been another incredible year here at Timbeter. We have been to 7 different countries, pitching and winning at numerous events, launched globally and our user base continues to grow. So at this year’s end I wanted to share with you our year in numbers and how we are going to build on that success for 2017.

Interview with Guy Waters, owner of Aushang

The team at Timbeter have been catching up with several market leaders within the timber industry who have switched to using Timbeter to measure logs and timber. CEO Vallo Visnapuu spoke to Guy Waters from Aushang about how Timbeter has benefited his business.

Using Timbeter for Timber Trucks

For timber truck drivers, measuring timber can be an inaccurate process, often a degree of guesswork is involved. With the advances in digitalization, now they can record accurate measurements with a simple photo.

7 Things You Should Know When First Using Timbeter

For many, measuring timber occurs outside of the office. For those first using Timbeter, this can lead to questions whether it will work outside. Read the 7 things you should know when first using Timbeter.

Levinuimad Küsimused Puidumõõtmisel

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Measuring Timber in Containers

Did you know that you can use Timbeter to measure logs in a container? The present method is to manually count the logs and their respective diameters. A laborious process for all concerned. Timbeter changes all that...

Timbeter New Website Launch

The team and I are thrilled to announce the launch of our new website! Read on to find out why we made the change and how our new website will better serve you!

Why is precise digital timber measurement important?

Sometimes it is good to remind why we started developing Timbeter at the first place. For me, coming from IT sector, it was really hard to understand how things work in forestry. How is it possible that measurement is done only with the help of visual observation to determine the pile density coefficient?

Pulpwood measurement methods explained

Hereby I will explain the problematics related to pulp-and fuelwood measurement. Timbeter has developed new functionality for automatic coefficient assessment to measure the volume of pulp-and fuelwood. Hopefully this will make timber measurement less stressful to all as it is reliable and affordable.

How to calculate the volume of timber?

There are a wide variety of log scaling methods around the world. Most of them utilize length and diameter information to determine volume in cubic units. Many log-scaling methods require small-end diameter measurement  while others require diameters at both ends of the log.

Interview with Kuldar Kollom, Export Manager of Dammix

The team at Timbeter have been catching up with several market leaders within the timber industry who have switched to using Timbeter to measure logs and timber. CEO Vallo Visnapuu spoke to Kuldar Kollom from Dammix about how Timbeter has benefitted their business.