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’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.
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.
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.