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10_FT21 - Marcos Wichert - Mechanized Silviculture_.pdf

  1. 1. ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022 Stora Enso experience with precision forestry and mechanized solutions for silviculture Marcos Wichert VP Forest Division
  2. 2. Planting mechanization level Increase the mechanization level in silviculture with new equipment with onboard sensors and technologies Example of a Forestry Research Institute (IPEF) survey with 9 main Brazilian forestry companies, with 8 levels of mechanization. Example of planting operation mechanization level Overall silviculture mech. level of the companies MANUAL MANUAL Level 1 Level 2 Level 1 Level 2 COMPANY COMPANY Average Average SEMI-MECH. SEMI-MECH. Level 3 Level 4 Level 3 Level 4 MECHANIZED MECHANIZED AUTOMATED AUTOMATED Level 5 Level 6 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Level 8 Level 7 Level 8 Source: Guerra, S.P.S, IPEF, 2020 2 Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022 • Finland: < 5% planting mech. level (around 31 mec. planters: Risutec, Bracke, M-planter) • Sweden: < 1% planting mech. level (around 10 mec. planters: Bracke) https://www.ipef.br/publicacoes/nivel-de-mecanizacao-2020- 2021/LevantamentoDoNivelDeMecanizacaoNaSilvicultura2020-2021BaixaResolucao.pdf
  3. 3. Mechanized planting Innovation from Sweden with Plantma-X planter machine 3 Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVXWnBXzxmw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TSW5Ove4OE For more information you can contact the Plantma team from their website https://plantmaforestry.com/ Planter main features and operation: 1. Soil preparation (3 options) • Continuous mound • Scraping lightly soil surface • Intermitent mounding 2. Mound compaction with rear boggie 3. Planting seedlings with planting unit and lateral compaction • Spacing between the lines can vary from 1,76m to 2,74m • Spacing between the seeglings can also vary • In Finland and Sweden planting density is typically around 1.800 to 1.900 seedlings/ha Optimum operating speed 1,8-2,0 km/h Productivity in optimum ground conditions: 2.500 seed./h (spacing 1,7m) or 2.700 seed./h (spacing 1,4m)
  4. 4. Forest is our foundation for value creation 4 We’ve been using this raw material for more than 700 years
  5. 5. Stora Enso – our ambition We add value to our clients offering renewable materials supporting their journey into the circular-economy 5 Everything that’s made with fossil-based materials today can be made from a tree tomorrow Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022
  6. 6. Serving markets around the world Stora Enso in Brief 6 Present in Australia with our Wood Products Division Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022
  7. 7. Wood Products presence in Australia Stora Enso in Brief 7 Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022 2021 Operations: • 4 terminals in main South-Eastern population hubs • 6.000 containers unpacked at Stora Enso sites, stored and redelivered to customer Products available: • Structural Framing • LVL (laminated veneer lumber) * • GLT Studs (Glue Laminated Timber or Glulam) * • Weatherboards • T&G Flooring, Linings • Dressed Boards • F/J Components • CLT (cross laminated timber) * If you like building construction with wood, check more information on our online catalog below: Wood Products Flagship Brochure 2020 (storaenso.com) * main products used for mass timber construction
  8. 8. Main Wood Products mass timber projects in Australia Library at the Dock, Melbourne 2013 International House Sydney, 2016 Jordan Springs, Sydney 2017 25 King St, Brisbane 2018 Australian National University, Canberra 2018 Daramu House Sydney 2019 Melbourne Connect 2020 Stora Enso in Brief
  9. 9. Our approach to digital innovation in our processes 9 Innovation culture Operating model Technology access https://youtu.be/0mcP_kJqbRE Dedicated IT team of 258 professionals developing applications and systems to support the operations and processes Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022
  10. 10. Stora Enso New Technologies & Innovations Eco-RFID for packaging tracking – divested to CCRR Oct/21 10 Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022 Eco-RFID for Intelligent cabinets Unmanned stores
  11. 11. Stora Enso New Technologies & Innovations Focus on supporting digital solutions for new retail 11 Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022
  12. 12. Stora Enso Packaging Automation Automatic plant packer solution for tree nurseries 12 Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022 https://www.storaenso.com/en/newsroom/news/2020/4/eff ektiv-och-hallbar-forpackningsprocess-med-plantor-i-well This automated packaging solution is available for tree nurseries globally (not possible for bare rooted seedlings), for more details contact Thomas Sundling, our Head of Packaging Automation thomas.sundling@storaenso.com In the Nordic countries most seedlings (mainly Scots Pine and Spruce) are disptached to the field on special corrugated cardboard boxes.
  13. 13. Stora Enso New Technologies & Innovations Digital wood trade platform – example digital technologies 13 • Around 72% of our annual wood supply comes from purchased wood. • We are introducing a digital wood trade platform to make it easier and more transparent the wood purchase negotiations and deals with timberland owners in Europe. 2021 wood procurement by region, total 37.6 million m3 Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022
  14. 14. Stora Enso forests geographical area Stora Enso’s productive forest land areas Source: Stora Enso 2021 annual report 14 Second largest private forest owner globally, with 2,01 M ha of productive forest land. Annual harvested volume of 10,4 M m3. Total land and biological asset value in balance sheet EUR 8.0 billion. Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022 99 %
  15. 15. Satellite Virtual Forest Mobile solutions Forest resource data applications Condition information Harvesting Wood quality Trestima Digitalization used to generate a “digital twin” of the forests Drone Forest resource data Public open data LiDAR Satellite forest monitoring service Forest Data Platform Drone tree health detection service Stem diameter distribution
  16. 16. Mechanized harvesting: Better planning and monitoring, increased efficiency and alignment with end use Geospatial optimization: Accessibility and conditions data; utilisation of sensor technology in data collection Site specific management: Nutrition and maintenance planning within each stand based on site specific conditions Disturbance monitoring: Use remote sensing to identify instances of pest, diseases, fire, etc. Predictive analytics for yield maximization: Harness the power of big data collected through IoT sensors, UAVs and traditional data sources to predict field interventions for maximizing yield Forest planning model: Integrated planning from company-wide strategic to daily within stand operational planning Mechanized silviculture: Mechanization and automation of soil preparation, planting and maintenance for higher efficiency and yield Digital inventory measurement: Tree-level digital inventory measurement using remote sensing Value chain optimization: Production optimization (e.g. in sawmills) based on tree- level resource data Forest infra: Advanced optimisation to minimise wood cost in the long term 16 Precision Forestry Areas Overview Vision and strategy of precision forestry Next 4-5 years road map is to have 100% digital data collection from the field, with centralized database and utilization of automated analysis and reports, with the use of “big data” and “predictive analytics”, optimizing the forest value chain process ÅF PÖYRY AB / TOWARDS PRECISION FORESTRY STORA ENSO PROJECT Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022
  17. 17. ÅF PÖYRY AB / TOWARDS PRECISION FORESTRY STORA ENSO PROJECT 17 Improving performance with optimization and analytics Common forestry data centralized platform, more use of big-data and analytics (automated reports) UNITS Stora Enso Precision forestry data Operational management Digital purchasing and forest owner services Harvester data, silviculture data, ops data feedback AI engine Simulation and optimisation platform Analytics platform (predictive analytics) Satellite, Lidar, photogrammetric and manual inventory data Public/national data sources Harvest site planning on the field Accessibility DATA SOURCES SOLUTIONS Soil, topography, weather Customer portal Tactical and strategic planning Decision support in value maximisation Ongoing development (forest data service): - Drone data processing - Diameter distribution modelling - Remote sensing data processing Data ownership. And data monetization opportunity in the future Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022
  18. 18. ÅF PÖYRY AB / TOWARDS PRECISION FORESTRY STORA ENSO PROJECT 18 Data flow and architecture The precision forestry platform creates the capacity to process large volumes of data expected across all units in an efficient way Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022
  19. 19. Precision Forestry - Challenges and future needs Critical components to successfully implement new technologies • Right skills and competencies • Capability building • Change management • Transform more data available into intelligence, improving decision making • Critical thinking and complex problem solving capacity • After sales technical support and solutions development (new tech. provider) 20% 30% 50% Precision technologies (digitalization) Processes People • Integration in current business processes and IT database systems (cloud) • Data quality, availability and updating schedule • Data analytics (algorithms, big data, machine learning, AI) • Data and computational platform (data collection and transmission) • Connectivity to send data • Visualization, analysis and restitution tools • Data engineering 19 Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022
  20. 20. Precision Forestry - Challenges and future needs New technologies increase exponentially and new skills are needed Source: Dominguez, J., Sep 2018. Engineering Education for XXI. 1. Complex problem solving 2. Coordinating with others 3. People management 4. Critical thinking 5. Negotiation 6. Quality control 7. Service orientation 8. Judgement and decision making 9. Active listening 10. Creativity World Economic Forum (2015) World Economic Forum (2020) Difficult for Universities to catch up with the speed that new technologies are introduced. As the world becomes more complex, new skills and competencies are required from the workforce for the successful performance of the companies in the future. 20 Covid19 impact: Adaptability and Resilience! Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022
  21. 21. Precision Forestry - Challenges and future needs Main technology drivers for the future of precision forestry Robots & automation Increased autonomous machine operation in the field, remote teleoperation of machines, and robots in the nurseries Cloud systems Real time communication between operational systems. Big databases in open systems Augmented reality Support from augmented reality for machine maintenance, and display of operational standards/manuals Cyber-security Guarantee data safety in open systems and integrated networks, and also data transfer from machines IoT and connected sensors Network of smart forestry sensors with machines. Multi-directional communication between networked objects Optimization & simulation Optimization systems utilizing real-time data updates from database. Simulation of best solution considering the impact in the whole value chain Big-data & analytics Real time decision making support and optimization based on full evaluation of available data from all systems (e.g ERP, SCM, CRM, etc.) and machine data Source: Adapted from McKinsey & Company, June 2018. Precision forestry a revolution in the woods. Data integration & monetization Horizontal and vertical data integration based on data transfer standards. Needed before a fully automated value chain implementation is done and also monetization of databases in the value chain will be possible 21 Marcos Wichert – ForestTECH 2021/22, 24/Feb/2022
  22. 22. The renewable future grows in the forest Thank you! marcos.wichert@storaenso.com
  23. 23. marcos.wichert@storaenso.com Ever thought about what a tree can do? See our film.

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