A tree database or register is a means to store, retrieve, display, sort, and summarise data (information) that relate to tree assets. This can be an important and useful tool to assist and the planning, management, and maintenance of large tree populations. Our expertise in geographic information systems (GIS) allows us to create, manage and maintain large data sets with extreme precision and attention to detail.
Examples of how a tree database information can be displayed and utilised are listed below:
- Identifying tree locations spatially.
- Generating and displaying tree protection zones (TPZ) and structural roots zones (SRZ).
- Color-coding tree populations based on age class or useful life expectancy (ULE).
- Filtering tree populations based on genus or species.
- Filtering tree populations based on risk rating or priority for the next cycle of tree inspections.