SNOWsat Maintain – the digital workshop planner. Photos: KÄSSBOHRER


More than just snow depth measurement!

Many continue to view SNOWsat as a snow depth measurement tool. However, SNOWsat has always been much more than that. KÄSSBOHRER is now opening a new chapter in extensive digital solutions for unified control of all processes in a ski resort.


Only those who have detailed information regarding parallel operations and the current situation of their slopes and vehicles can offer their guests optimum slope quality while benefiting from in- creased efficiency and cost saving potential. KÄSSBOHRER is continually refining and streamlining new and existing SNOWsat applications in order to support ski resorts in all facets of their daily work. Here are two examples of the newest SNOWsat solutions.

Clear communication between all vehicles in a fleet, ideal snow volume and slope management planning at its finest – SNOWsat has always been much more than a snow depth measurement tool. Now the software is to gradually include digital solutions that control all processes in a ski resort uniformly.



SNOWsat Maintain: - 360° Maintenance

Are all of my vehicles and equipment fully operational? What tasks are up- coming? What planned replacement work is still pending? All these questions and more are answered by SNOWsat Maintain – an IT cloud solution that makes maintenance processes in a ski area even more efficient.


The intuitively controlled software delivers all important in- formation about vehicles, auxiliary equipment and systems – manufacturer- independent, in real time and viewable from anywhere thanks to  an own app. This makes SNOWsat Maintain the perfect solution for planning and evaluating all of the tasks that arise in a workshop. It has never been easier to organize and streamline all of the ski resort operating procedures 24/7.

SNOWsat GIS Data Manager – Manage and adjust your data yourself

SNOWsat GIS data manager

Adapting geodata on slope margins in ski resorts, updating the positions of snow cannons, marking anchor points for slope vehicles, registering new ski lifts – up until now, ski resorts needed to hire surveyors to do all of this. Now ski resorts can update this information themselves using SNOWsat GIS Data Manager.

A ski resort’s geo information and data contain all spatial data such as terrain profile, buildings, slope mar- gins, snow cannons, snow areas, etc. This information is the foundation for all building projects in a ski resort, as well as for SNOWsat vehicle view and SNOWsat calculations and statistics.


In addition to importing and exporting data, ski resorts can also adjust and add to existing information. This information is simultaneously updated also in all other SNOWsat components – thus, ski resorts can work and plan using a current database at any time.