We are pleased to present the best software in tree management. With over 20 years experience in the tree industry we have now developed and partnered with a leading European tree management software company to bring an offering very unique to the Australian marketplace. It has been tailored to meet Australian Standards including AS 4970-2009.
We supply a complete range of tree management software and survey equipment designed primarily for the consulting arborist, contractor or land manager seeking to meet duty of care responsibility. Our handheld GPS based equipment enables fast and efficient tree survey data capture both for general surveys and to meet standards when required. Productivity gains are achieved back in the office when the survey results can be plotted onto a map and management reports produced within minutes. Being a simple to use software system also means no IT or CAD skills are required to get the most out of it. Customers will be able to quickly get ROI with our initial training and on-going support.
The benefits associated with using our products is that it is taking the skills of an arborist and combining that with modern technology in a simple and easy to use format. Traditional computer aided design (CAD) tools were required to plot information onto plans. Not only are these tools costly but they also require quite an extensive level of it knowledge and skill and significant training is required to use them. Our products have been developed with this in mind and make these tasks very simple and easy for people with limited IT skills to be.
General Survey/Tree Inventories
- Tree features
- Record Defects
- Management of Risk
- Ordering works by risk/priority
- GPS Locating
- Recording of Data such as
- Inspection dates
- Dates works are completed
- Operator who carried out work
- Full history of inspections and completed work
- Visually displayed data on map
- Risk Rating
- Age class
- Mapping in accordance with AS 4970-2009
- Tree identification
- Retention Values
- Calculate TPZ encroachment area
- Preparing Tree Protection Plans