Oxygis facilitates the management of your forest resources, from census to geolocation, including the planning of your forestry operations.
Oxygis is a unique collaborative tool that allows you to draw up your forest inventory and geolocate all of your forest resources: trees of interest (DT and TBI), stands, plots, etc. This mapping, combined with the possibility of describing and attaching photographs, allows you to identify each element of your property without fail, even if it is very large.
Our Oxygis mobile application facilitates communication between managers and field operations teams, whether they are internal or external to the organisation. It allows you to obtain feedback that is crucial for the proper management of your forestry plots.
This is all the more important as forest management brings together a number of complementary professions, whose activities are often established over time. It therefore requires the exchange of reliable and accessible information over the long term, between the different teams. It also implies being able to understand it unambiguously – the more complex the benchmarks in the forest.
In order to properly manage your forest resources, we have designed a tool that is easy to access, robust and efficient. The Oxygis mobile application is also very ergonomic and accessible without an Internet connection, which makes it particularly suitable for woodland environments.
With Oxygis, you can generate a map of your cadastral parcels. Our import tool allows you to easily define your property limits and those of neighbouring properties, without having to digitise them.
On a daily basis, geolocate your trees of biological interest (TBI) and dead trees (DT) on the ground. Specify their characteristics and add a photo, even without a connection, to centralise the information and communicate it to the competent service.
List all harvesting operations (felling, delimbing, skidding, transport, etc.) on your plots or on your purchased wood lots. Assign these tasks to the responsible teams (internal or external). Plan them and monitor their progress