Measure Smarter, Not Slower

Advice, knowledge and hacks for forestry and log measuring teams. Get your log measuring done more efficiently and improve your accuracy and profitability.

Detecting logs with artificial neural networks. How hard can it be?

25/03/2018

How hard can log detection be? Speaking of Timbeter and log detection, I am often […]

12 tips for advanced Timbeter users

15/03/2018

Thousands of measurements are made every day by Timbeter users worldwide. Our team is always […]

Interview with Rachel Di Giuseppe, Customer Support at Timbeter

08/03/2018

There are a increasing number of women working in the timber and forestry sectors. On […]

Timbeter and Universities – Educating the Future Foresters

05/03/2018

Since the beginning, Timbeter’s goal has been to make the foresters and timber-related people work […]

Why Counting Wood Poles and Logs Matter

27/02/2018

Manufacturers produce log poles for power and communication lines. A 60-foot (18 m) pole would […]

Single High-Value Logs Measurement Feature

09/02/2018

Good news! Timbeter has released a significant new feature that measures single high-value logs (SHVL) […]

Measuring Eucalyptus and Pulpwood

01/02/2018

Eucalyptus is one of the most valuable materials in the world, being available in 900 […]

In addition to diameters, now Timbeter detects QR Codes – Perfect solution for those exporting logs in containers!

24/01/2018

Timbeter has released the new feature that besides detecting the log diameters and calculating the […]

How do you measure roundwood?

16/01/2018

Daily, the team receive several questions regarding the use of different formulae for measuring Roundwood […]