From user requests we are finally thrilled to announce that Timbeter is now available for iOS users. You can download the app to your iPhone or iPad here.
As it is said - the devil is in the details. In order to get correct and accurate timber measurements with the use of Timbeter all details must be in place. Here are some common mistakes that are made by Timbeter users and how you avoid them to obtain the correct log volumes:
You may have noticed that if you have downloaded the Timbeter app, there is also an additional app named Timbeter Container that is also available to users. But what is this separate app? How can you use it? Whom is it for?
Very often we are continually asked – how precise is Timbeter? The most straightforward method for determining the accuracy would be to measure the pile of logs with Timbeter, and then measure manually a couple of logs for comparison. But if you don't have any logs nearby, then how do you attain effective control of your measurements?
In several instances Timbeter users face conditions that are not ideal for measuring yet still timber needs to be measured. One instance occurs in mountainous areas where the stacked piles maybe on a slope.
Following clients requests we developed a new functionality for the automatic pile contour. This new functionality avoids any possible mistakes from the user side and makes the measurement with Timbeter even simpler and quicker.
Some good news to everyone who measures timber using Timbeter! Only this week the magicians in our engineering team released a brand spanking new feature that helps users load a certain amount of cubic meters from the pile, by determining exactly the amount of logs that need to be loaded.
For the second year in a row, Timbeter was asked to participate at the Timber Measurement Society meeting to learn and discuss the latest trends in timber measurement.
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!
Timbeter’s engineering team has been working on a special solution for logs that are exported in containers to Asia. Today we launched a separate application called Timbeter Container to make life easier for those exporting timber in containers.
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.
The Estonian State Forest Management Centre has begun using Timbeter’s smart-device application for measuring the pile density coefficient and log volume.
We are looking for an iOS and Android developer! Or even someone who can do both!
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!