Logging-on has introduced new drop down menus to enable easier navigation of the website. It is now easier to find specific information in older issues by searching under different forest engineering categories.
In this issue, a safety publication will assist us in managing our logging risks better. We get some good advice on how to safely fit bandtracks over our logging equipment tyres. Two articles take a closer at
Getting the most out of your harvester and forwarder? Skogforsk shows that training is important even for experienced operators . A new compact LiDAR sensor brings commercially available autonomous machines closer to reality. Two articles on trucks show the rapid rate at which technology is moving. The first looks at wireless roadside inspections where the truck doesn’t have to stop if it is compliant. The second examines <...Read More View News
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When using harvesting residue for bio-energy use, we know we must consider the specifics of the site. We look at an article produced by the Forestry Commission which guides us in determining which sites are more sensitive than others. Still on the biomass side, Bandit gives some good advice on chipper maintenance. Two articles on timber transport deal with new technology to improve the safety monitoring of trucks while they are on th...Read More View News