WaldCursor News

ESA Support

ESA also has provided support for the further development of WaldCursor. Here we place special emphasis on, among other things

  • a multilingual user interface
  • the easier integration of even more sensors and maps
  • the possibility for imagery documentation
  • and much more

In fall/winter 2023, test users will have the chance to try out the new version in the field. To register your interest now, please contact us.

(Edited 2023, August)

Engineering Office WOLF – Our New Partner

Drones | Surveying | Inspection | Photogrammetry | Laser scanning | Training – The engineering office WOLF offers a wide range of services.

The WaldCursor cooperates with the engineering office WOLF in the areas of drone surveys, consulting and workshops for aerial surveys. We are lookingforward to a good working relationship with our new partner.

(Edited 2023, August)

Quick access to all state forest and environmental laws for Germany, Austria and Switzerland

The federal structure in Germany, Austria and Switzerland also results in a variety of laws and regulations in the area of forestry and the environment that must be considered depending on the location.

To enhance your work in the field, you can access current state forest and environmental laws on the map in the TWC Marketplace. Click on the turquoise dots to access links to the laws.

(Edited 2023, July)

New Perspectives in Earth Observation – 4th Symposium on Applied Satellite Earth Observation

Our WaldCursor will also be a topic at the DLR Symposium from June 26-28, 2023 in Bonn.

“Understanding forest change means understanding climate change. Satellite images + in-situ data in WaldCursor make it possible”. – Under this heading, Ralph Humberg, CEO Tama Group, will show on June 26 how the combination and analysis of satellite and in-situ data in WaldCursor can be used for both scientific and practical use in the forestry and environmental sectors.

(Edited 2023, June)