CAR: NB-NORD

Nordic-Baltic Network for Operational Research

Coordinator: Professor Rolf Björheden, Skogforsk, Sweden, Rolf.Bjorheden@skogforsk.se
Funding: 450 000 SEK/year for 5 years
Duration: 2016–2020

Currently, Rolf Björheden at Skogforsk is the CAR Coordinator and the Coordinating committee consists of Magnus Thor (Skogforsk), Antti Asikainen (Luke), Heikki Pajuoja (Metsäteho), Andis Lazdins (Silava), Vivian Kvist Johannsen (KU) and Bruce Talbot (NIBIO). The Focus areas and the coordinators/contact persons are as follows:
Reduced impact logging, Isabelle Bergkvist, isabelle.bergkvist@skogforsk.se
Value recovery & Big data, Maria Nordström, maria.nordstrom@skogforsk.se
Mechanized and improved silviculture, Dagnija Lazdina, dagnija.lazdina@silava.lv
Contractor forestry, Eva Skagestad, es@skogkurs.no
Transport technology and low volume roads, Pirjo Venäläinen, pirjo.venalainen@metsateho.fi
New and emerging forest products, Maria Iwarsson Wide, Maria.IwarssonWide@skogforsk.se
Please feel free to contact us for information on developments and activities within the NB NORD work topics!

Information on former OSCAR projects:
The achievements from OSCAR’s first five-year-period were presented in News & Views No. 6, 2010. Its networking activities will continue with a similar organisational structure, the main purpose being to maintain the technological leadership of the Nordic countries. Research on competitive and environmentally sound raw-material supply is of central importance to meet fierce competition from other regions. Preliminary project areas for this CAR are: energy efficiency in forest operations; reduced impact on soil and water; extracting forest bioenergy; training machine operators; mechanised and improved silvicultural operations; and forestry business engineering (to purchase and sell services in forestry). Find out more on the OSCAR2 website.


NB-NORD workshop on Big data from forest machines 19-20 June 2018

Invitation
Register here!
Abstract template, submission deadline 15/4 – The bright future for researchers working with harvester data 

 

 

Annual report 2017

Annual report2016

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