Tech Solutions

Tech Solutions

Companies that embrace new information technology solutions are more likely to improve their efficiencies to maintain a competitive edge. Margules Groome offers a suite of forestry and agriculture technology solutions designed to help our clients improve operations planning and to achieve cost reductions. We fully support the solutions we provide through customised implementation, training and support.

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REMSOFT TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS

Canadian firm Remsoft is the industry leader in sustainable land management. Their solutions are recognized by international standards and have transformed the forest sector on a global scale. Margules Groome has formed an alliance with Remsoft. Through this arrangement clients in the Asia Pacif...


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UVIO FOREST MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

Margules Groome is a distributer of UVIO FMIS, a modern web-based forest management information system. Installed on your own company server, clients use a standard web browser to access the system from any location with internet connectivity. The system offers multilingual capabilities and a b...


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BUSHNET

Modern communication is key to every business's success. Often forestry and agricultural operations are carried out in remote rural locations. Poor cellular coverage in many rural areas globally means that achieving a full range of communication services is extremely difficult if not impossible in r...


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REMOTE SENSING – LiDAR

LiDAR (Light Detection and Range) technology has been in use since the early 1950's, but its commercial potential in forestry is only starting to be realised. Margules Groome staff have led the way in the use of LiDAR in New Zealand and Australian forestry industries. Although LiDAR is often seen a...


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REMOTE SENSING – AERIAL AND SATELLITE IMAGERY

Remotely sensed imagery is becoming an increasingly critical information source for the sustainable management of forest and agricultural resources. There has been enormous recent growth in the availability of imagery and an accompanying reduction in cost. The data can be used to help answer mul...


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GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS)

Geographic information systems are essential tools for natural resource management because they allow for organisation and display of spatial information, modeling of spatial relationships, and analysis of the spatial impacts of alternative decisions. Margules Groome offers access to their highly...

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