The project has the support of the Estonian Environmental Investment Center (KIK in Estonian)

The project is an alliance between the governments of Estonia and Costa Rica. It is being implemented locally in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Energy of Costa Rica (MINAE), the National Center of Geoenvironmental Information (CENIGA), the National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC), the National Forestry Office (ONF), and the Estonian technology startup Timbeter.

Project Number

Projekt nr Kliima.3.01.19-0037

Amount of support

159 066,60

Goal of the project

The project aims to transfer knowledge in terms of digitization and implementation of digital government solutions. The government of Costa Rica, through their Ministry of Environment and Energy, will explore opportunities to integrate Timbeter’s Artificial Intelligence, machine learning and cloud technology to support their efforts and investments in monitoring and controlling the forestry sector. By simplifying data exchange between the government and companies, the target is to reduce administrative burden and bring more efficiency and transparency to sustainable forest management. 

FAQs about the project

Who can participate in the Project?

Forestry companies (working to supply the local and international market), sawmills, lumber producers, organizations that work with the forestry sector, Forest Regents (Forest Engineers), academics, NGOs, public-private organizations, consultants, that work in Costa Rica or have operations in the country. 

What do I get as part of the project? 

You can use Timbeter’s solutions free of charge during the project, as well as participate in the activities organized by the project, and get technical support from Timbeter’s Customer Support team.

How many measurements can I do during the project?

Unlimited number of measurements

How many devices can my company register?

Per company up to 10 devices

How many users can I create in Timbeter’s Web platform (Storage Module)?

The amount of users in Timbeter’s Storage Module (for sharing information within your organization with different departments, etc) is unlimited. Inside the platform you can assign different roles to the users. If you want more information, please contact our support team at info@timbeter.com. 

How much does it cost to participate in the project?

It is free to participate in the project.

Do I need to buy a special equipment to use Timbeter’s Artificial Intelligence?

No, only mobile phone with 8 Mega pixel camera.

Is Timbeter being used in other countries in Latin America? 

Yes. Chile, Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina

Can you measure timber species that have an irregular shape like teak, gmelina, etc?

Yes

Who can I contact in case I want to register for the project or learn more about it?

If you want to participate in the project, please send us a message at info@timbeter.com or fill out the form in our Contact page.

In case I need help or support with my account, who should I contact?

You can contact Timbeter’s support team by sending us an email to info@timbeter.com or a message through our support chat inside the app (the orange chat icon in the lower right corner). As an alternative, you can request a Zoom meeting with us in the available time slots in this link https://calendly.com/d/cjrp-3ns2/soporte-tecnico-timbeter (this is a free service for participants of the project)  

I don’t see the Pulgada Maderera Tica (PMT) formula in my account, what should I do?

We need to enable the feature in your account. Please send us an email to info@timbeter.com or send us a message through our support chat inside the app (the orange chat icon in the lower right corner) 

I can’t add new species in the Storage Module, what should I do? 

We need to enable the feature in your account. Please send us an email to info@timbeter.com or send us a message through our support chat inside the app (the orange chat icon in the lower right corner) 

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