Never Let Activities Slip Through the Cracks
Did you know that with Stratus your forestry activities will stop slipping through the cracks? That is because Stratus has a tool that allows users to enable the system to automatically create the next activity in a sequence. For example, after a harvest is set to complete, then a recon task activity is automatically created, then a site preparation, then a planting, and so on and so forth.
In today’s video, I will show you in 3 simple steps how to automate your activity creation in Stratus.
#1 – Planned Activity:
First, we are going to look at the Activity that is assigned to the stand selected.
We have multiple activities: this historic thinning, a clearcut that is currently in progress, and you can see it on the timeline here.
#2 – Update the Status:
So, you go to Monitoring and manage this clearcut activity, you can go and update the status. I am going to set it to complete. The status has now been updated. It is complete.
#3 – Future Activity:
Come back to the Operational Planning module.
We are going to look at the next activities. This recon activity has now been automatically created by the system. In the future, even that site preparation activity is now created.
To conclude, this automatic activity creation removes the manual efforts, it reduces the risk of human error, as well as the level of effort required by forest planners for medial button clicking like in other forest management systems.
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