Arboair | High precision imagery for bark beetle detection

Arboair | High precision imagery for bark beetle detection

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Arboair AB
Precision forestry service that with the help of RGB and multispectral images from drones, airplanes, helicopters or satellites can detect bark beetle infected or stressed trees.
Arboair forest aerial view

Today, the technology for identifying bark beetle attacks in the forest is largely based on manual work through visual checks of forest areas, where early attacks are almost impossible to see, while old attacks are easier to detect. Attempts have been made to identify damage attacks using satellite radar maps which give a good indication and can be seen as a complementing part to our precision analysis. Arboair Forest Mapper is a service where you analyze your images via our AI. Our model is trained on over 200 000 trees and it is verified by forest managers.

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Domain
Inventory, monitoring
Forest disturbances, risks
Research and development
Keywords
Bark beetle; detection; drones; AI
Challenge addressed
1.- Improve forest resilience and adaption to climate change
Type of solution
Sensors, measurement equipment
Digital solution
Yes
Innovation
Yes
Country of origin
Sweden
Scale of application
National
Start and end year
-
Contact data
Owner or author
Paper Province
Marcus Drugge
Reporter
Paper Province
Gunnar Hellerström
References and Resources
Project under which this factsheet has been created
Rosewood 4.0