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Virtual harvester set to transform forestry training
22 November, 2016
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Cutting-edge simulation technology is being harnessed by Teagasc to deliver an innovative course for trainee forestry staff. The programme at Ballyhaise College in Cavan uses simulators to train drivers of specialised forwarder and harvester equipment used in the forestry sector. read more
New forestry machines in Elmia Classics
8 November, 2016
Elmia
Elmia Classics, the e-museum for old forestry machines and associated products, has been updated with new machines. The museum has now gained both older and newer machines made in both the Nordic region and further afield. read more
John Deere 800M-Series Tracked Feller Bunchers and Harvesters Now Equipped with Final Tier 4 Engines
8 November, 2016
John deere
As a part of its commitment to offer loggers equipment designed to meet their needs, John Deere has upgraded the 800M-Series Tracked Feller Bunchers and 800MH-Series Tracked Harvesters with engines that meet FT4 emission standards. read more
Husqvarna Group and BMZ in strategic partnership for future battery development
8 November, 2016
Husqvarna
Husqvarna Group and BMZ GmbH, a system provider and specialist for intelligent battery solutions, has entered into a Strategic Partnership agreement. The agreement covers development and manufacturing of future generation lithium-ion batteries for Husqvarna Group's forestry... read more
CT scanner for whole tree logs receives scientific award
2 November, 2016
mwp
In the world of fabrication or manufacturing, one of the first steps invariably involves cutting components from raw material. The faster, more efficiently and cost-effectively this can be done, the greater return-on-investment the product generates. Elquip Solutions, a leading local provider... read more
Stick insect concept development continues
2 November, 2016
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One output of New Zealand's FFR Steep Land Harvesting programme, a robotic tree-to-tree machine, dubbed the "stick insect", was demonstrated in September to a small group of forest industry representatives at Bottle Lake Forest Park near Christchurch. The concept of the Robotic Tree-to-Tree Felling Machine... read more

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