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Woodtech look out wildfire in Chile

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Woodtech deployed LookOut wildfire detection service in its Concepcion office to demonstrate and explore how AI technology mitigates wildfire risks and damages.

Figure 1: image captured by a video camera installed at Woodtech office in Concepcion, Chile.

Woodtech is technology company focusing on automatic measurement systems. It is headquartered at Santiago, Chile. They provide solutions that help mills and processing plants to measure raw material in a fast, precise, and cost-effective manner. They have more than 20 years of experience serving forestry and mining customers in the global market.

Figure 2: Woodtech’s forestry 4.0 solutions provide information using computer vision, LIDAR and AI technologies.

Their flagship product Logmeter obtains high precision volume measurement and estimates biometric characteristics of logs while loaded over truck trailer. Logmeter uses cutting-edge laser technology and delivers a precise and reliable measurement without direct operator intervention. Logmeter provides accurate, reliable, automatic and fast measurement of logs, biomass, chips and coal, etc.

Figure 3: Logmeter provides accurate and time-saving volume and biometric measurement of loads in moving truck

Woodtech is serving customers in North and South Americas, Europe and Australia. Woodtech solutions are deployment in more 100 locations around the world.

Figure 4: Woodtech office in Concepcion, Chile.

“It is our pleasure to introduce Robotics Cats’ wildfire detection solutions to the Chilean market. Everything that can be done to provide early warning of wildfires is a contribution to the environment and the safety of people.” said Carlos Bussinger, CEO of Woodtech.


Please visit the LookOut wildfire detection service (formerly called AI-Cloud) product page to learn more about how it works.


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