ARENA SlopeManagement offers comprehensive solutions for optimizing trail conditions and managing snow depth providing trail-specific data analysis. With the ability to analyze the data, ARENA SlopeManagement offers a slope master plan yielding potential savings of up to 25% in water and energy. Good for you and the planet

The geospatial software application provides easy organization for slope management. A system providing snow height from your groomers to analytics that can create a snow plan designed to provide the best conditions possible and savings to the ski area.

How Will ARENA SlopeManagement Benefit Your Ski Area?

ARENA SlopeManagement allows ski area operators to overview and record their grooming and slope conditions daily, building a database that becomes the source for analytics. From the analytics done by you and ARENA, a plan can be built that the ski area can then use to manage their snowmaking slope by slope. 


  • Few components–low maintenance.
  • Compatible with all snow groomers.
  • Greater stability thanks to a 150% larger number of satellites.
  • Integrated inertial system for the best availability.
  • State-of-the-art smart antenna.
  • Dual correction data mode Internet and radio for maximum security of supply.

Areas of Application

  • Slope preparation.
  • Park construction.
  • Trail preparation.
  • Control of snowmaking.
  • Clearing of paths and high roads.
  • Snow depot facility.
  • Measurement.


  • Efficient use of resources through.
    real-time monitoring
  • Slopes can be optimized throughout.
    the entire ski resort in any conditions.
  • Greater strategic planning reliability.
  • User-friendly interfaces.
  • Can be combined with other systems.


The latest antenna technology allows for measurement down to the centimeter, giving you precise snow
depth analysis. Using 3D visualization, readings can be displayed clearly and in detail in the ARENA SlopeManagement* virtual control center or directly in the snow groomer. This enables you to recognize and compensate for shortages and surpluses of snow. The amount of snow is continuously updated and displayed.


  • Detailed display and analysis of snow depths in the office or in the snow groomer.
  • Combination with powerful components such as natural snow height integration, data exchange with the snow control system or your personal master plan.
  • Simple and slim user interface for efficient work.
  • Also suitable for customers of other snow depth measuring systems, thanks to full data integration.

The End Result

  • Cost reduction and resource saving in slope work.
  • Data-based decisions in snowmaking.
  • Resource optimization in slope management through big data and digitization.
  • Tailor-made strategy for the optimal use of resources.
  • Overcoming future challenges (climate change) with optimized processes.
  • Basis for further investments in slope corrections and snowmaking systems.

Data and Information

Database of record: Centralized and organized data assists in recognizing and evaluating patterns, resulting in more thoughtful planning and informed predictions.

Rapid, intuitive retrieval of current and historical data (accessible on or offsite) improves decision making at all levels of management.

Simple report generation.

Reduces risk and potential lawsuits.

Supports visualization of current and future mountain infrastructure (e.g. Gazex explosives locations, forest thinning, designing new runs, parking, etc.).


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Ski Patrol

  • Ease of real-time data entry (no more logbooks or spreadsheets!).
  • Use of common language allows for consistent communication and information sharing.
  • Increases safety by minimizing accidents through pattern analysis of incidents.
  • Accident Investigation and Risk Management.
  • Snow Safety (Ski Patrol) Training.

The web and mobile application suite will provide editing and data collection tools for mapping incidents (wrecks, accidents) of any kind.

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Avalanche Module


Ability to document, track and analyze slope conditions with one tool.

Ease of real-time data entry (no more logbooks or spreadsheets!).

 Centralized and organized data assists in recognizing and evaluating patterns, resulting in more thoughtful planning and informed predictions.

Provides detailed current and historical weather patterns for visualizing/predicting.

Saves money through more precise use of explosives. 

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The dispatch and risk module leverage Esri’s Survey 123 for ArcGIS, providing an intuitive survey-form, data-driven workflow for point feature collection and reporting. Data collected with SmartMountain Survey apps, which are available for both web browsers and native desktop and mobile apps for standard operating systems, are integrated with one or more SmartMountain modules, providing real-time or disconnected and later synchronized workflows for data collection and integration.

Each ski resort decided what they wish to display on the Dispatch Dashboard including on-hill incidents, walk-in incidents, on-hill refusals,  missing persons, work details for different departments, ski patrol rosters for the day, clearances, and sweeps.

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  • Logs for Lift Maintenance, Lift Operations, and Groomer inspections, as well as building inspections.
  • Logs can record data and signatures, can record stops, station assignments.
  • Logs are tracked by calendar.


  • Management review made easy through the use of Excel – reviewing a major grouping of assets or a single component of an asset such as a drive or a gearbox.
  • All information related to a system(asset) is in one place whether it be a lift inspection report, a manual, oil analysis, a service bulletin, or a letter from a vendor.


  • Every user has a unique dashboard.
  • Dashboards can be customized to reflect a user’s specific needs.
  • Quick access to the status of work and cost .


  • The schedule function in MountainOffice provides for detailed instructions by task, recording of data such as the temperature of a gearbox, and service bulletins.
  • All schedules can have a time or counter trigger.