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Forestry Management Software Developed by Sogeti Sweden with TatukGIS SDK

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Tuesday, September 2nd 2014
| Umeå, Sweden


Forestry Management Software Developed by Sogeti Sweden with TatukGIS SDK

Swedish company Skogsägarplan AB recently released the 2014 version of its forestry management software, developed with the TatukGIS Developer Kernel (.NET edition) by IT and technology services provider Sogeti Sweden. The Skogsägarplan forestry management solution consists of three applications:

  • Web application.
  • Responsive Windows application that runs on PC and handheld Windows devices.
  • Back-end service that serves data and GIS operations via REST/WMS/WFS and .NET Web Services to front-end iOS apps and an external web application.

The key features of Skogsägarplan are forest planning, inventory collection with live GPS, and forest simulation with multiple integration to Web Map Services and Web Feature Services with a RESTLESS API. With this information, a forest owner can simulate different scenarios to determine which treatment is best for a forest and when actions are to be performed, and to get a full GIS representative overview of the current and future state of the forest. With its smooth support for PC users, iPAD users, and users of any operating system with a web browser, Skogsägarplan is the perfect tool for forest management planning.

Sogeti Sweden is the Swedish unit of Sogeti (www.sogeti.com), a €1.7 billion revenue international IT and technology services company with 20,000 professionals covering 15 countries in Europe, India, and the U.S. Sogeti is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cap Gemini S.A., listed on the Paris Stock Exchange.

Learn more about the TatukGIS Developer Kernel (editions for .NET, ASP.NET, ActiveX, and VCL) at www.tatukgis.com.

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