Future Trends and Practices


Forest carbon sequestration and modeling

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Embracing a low-carbon future for forests


As the world moves toward a low-carbon future, leaders are asking what part forests play in carbon sequestration. Experts are devising preliminary models for cap and trade markets. Executives are looking for solutions to reduce their organizations' operational carbon footprints. Interactive location-based reports and GIS dashboards are helping key stakeholders across departments and organizations answer critical questions about carbon stock analysis and support compliance activities.

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Mapping forest ecosystems

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Imagery and remote sensing

Capture, manage, analyze, and share imagery and remote sensing data of all scales in a comprehensive geospatial platform.

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Real-time visualization and analytics

Ingest and analyze real-time field and machine data and visualize the data on interactive dashboards to increase operational efficiency.

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Spatial and temporal change modeling

Integrate spatial and temporal data to better understand current forest conditions and trends while leveraging powerful tools for data exploration and spatially sensitive analytics.

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