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! Announcement from Timbeter CEO Vallo Visnapuu: The team and I are thrilled to announce the launch of our new website! After months of … Continued
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? But how … Continued
Comparison of different log scaling formulas
We’ve already talked about different measurement formulas in one of the blog-posts earlier. There is 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. We often get questions about the difference between formulas. Here is … Continued
We renewed Timbeter! What’s different compared to the last version?
Based on the feedback and experience of many users we have been working on Timbeter’s user experience. Our goal was to make it more simple, more logical and also save time. Download Timbeter on Google Play. What’s new in version 3.0? 1) Simpler, new and more logical sequence of activitiesWe have often experienced that users considered … Continued
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. Different assortments of roundwood are measured by different ways. Saw logs are … Continued
How to calculate the volume of timber?
here 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. Timbeter currently has the following formulas for volume calculation that use small-end … Continued
What’s up and what’s next?
Good news! Advanced timber measurement functionality finally released. Now Timbeter can measure piles 10 times faster! Summer has been busy. In July we released our new functions: log counting and log diameter recognition. Now Timbeter can measure piles 10 times quicker: it used to take 2 guys and 20 minutes, now the measurement can be … Continued
Andrei Beniušis story: Thanks to Timbeter I can sleep peacefully during the night.
Andrei has been using Timbeter for 2 months. He has more than 10 years of experience in the field of timber measurement and can be called an “eagle-eye”. Here are his comments. For many years our company bought logs by using the pile density ratio. The reason was that we didn’t have the time and … Continued