Innovation

innovative

To innovate means changing things by introducing new solutions. We work on the principle that every person in the team contributes something unique to each project through their creativity and developing new productive ideas.

We produce innovative solutions and drive progress with respect to the future of woodlands. We encourage creativity in order to generate cutting edge approaches and share them, both within and beyond our team.

In recent years our R&D activity has intensified as a result of our participation in national and international projects and the team has expanded to include professionals specialised in the forestry application of remote sensing and new technologies. Thanks to this effort the Ministry of Economy has awarded us with “Sello PYME innovadora”.

In this way, we are able to explore emerging technologies and their application in new products and services, as well as to transfer this knowledge to our existing working lines such as the management, conservation and mobilisation of forestry resources.

R&D team and network

The R&D team, which comprises 7 PhD graduates, 3 PhD students and 2 engineers who are all specialists in different areas, exemplifies the cutting edge nature of our research and development.

With our open perspective on innovation, we work in collaboration with other forestry investigation bodies and professionals. We believe in sharing innovation within networks, sharing ideas and initiatives both within and outside Spain. We invest in expanding our reliable network, cooperating with experts from businesses, public administrations, universities and technology centres.

Publications

In our list of publications you can find out about the research being carried out by our staff. The research is both for Agresta itself and for other bodies, which is the basis of our R&D growth.

Diversifying sub-Mediterranean pinewoods with oak species in a context of assisted migration: responses to local climate and light environment

Diversifying sub-Mediterranean pinewoods with oak species in a context of assisted migration: responses to local climate and light environment

Unraveling the relative importance of factors driving post-fire regeneration trajectories in non-serotinous Pinus nigra forests

Unraveling the relative importance of factors driving post-fire regeneration trajectories in non-serotinous Pinus nigra forests

Spatial variability of vegetation recovery at La Gomera wildfire using high spatial resolution imagery

Spatial variability of vegetation recovery at La Gomera wildfire using high spatial resolution imagery

Fire severity mapping in Garajonay National Park: comparison between spectral indices

Fire severity mapping in Garajonay National Park: comparison between spectral indices

If you continue to use this site, you are accepting the use of cookies. More info

Los ajustes de cookies de esta web están configurados para "permitir cookies" y así ofrecerte la mejor experiencia de navegación posible. Si sigues utilizando esta web sin cambiar tus ajustes de cookies o haces clic en "Aceptar" estarás dando tu consentimiento a esto.

Cerrar