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Mar. 2015
Waymarker Post Mapping using Mobile GIS

Waymarker Post Mapping using Mobile GIS

Image: Recording position of a young Silver Birch (Betula pendula) in Eye-REPORT One of our clients recently needed to record the location of the Waymaker Sign Posts along the route of one of their popular footpaths.  Rather than guessing the location from aerial images and OS MasterMap data, they hired our Leica GeoSystems CS25 unit with Eye-REPORT version 2 installed. With a brief t...

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11
Mar. 2015
March - Flower Watch

March - Flower Watch

Colour to look for during March when walking on a lovely Spring day: Primroses (Primula vulgaris) - A perennial herb of woodland, coppices, scrub, shaded grass banks, ditches and hedgebanks. Violets (Viola odorata and v.riviniana) - A perennial herb of calcareous and base-rich soils in grassland, beneath open hedges and in woodland. Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) - A perennial of woodla...

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2
Mar. 2015
Inspirational Walks through the Seasons

Inspirational Walks through the Seasons

Using a interactive map with specific walks detailed is an ideal way of enticing the public to your property. Publish a selection of walks on your property and highlight the routes of seasonal interest.  Allow your public to view these walks in advance of their visit. With access by web browser, visitors can view the route information on plants, history and access availability while navig...

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23
Feb. 2015
Flora and Fauna Monitoring and Management

Flora and Fauna Monitoring and Management

Monitoring the welfare of flora and fauna within your estate, land or property in addition to recording your trees and wildlife can be a wide source of information and an indicator of any problems. Keeping a record for all your wild flowers and planting areas with a geographical indicator enables you to monitor rare plants, provide flowering data for your visitors, for example bluebells, orchid...

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4
Feb. 2015
Report problems when 'out and about'

Report problems when 'out and about'

Give your staff and visitors a quick and easy way to report maintenance issues, tree problems, criminal damage, dog mess, rare plant locations. By using smart phones/tablet devices and Eye-REPORTS they can share the location and description of any issue with just a few clicks and optionally add a photograph and priority status. The recorded information can then be forwarded by email to work te...

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27
Jan. 2015
Show seasonal activities on an interactive map

Show seasonal activities on an interactive map

Monitoring your woodland, forests, grounds and estates for bats, endangered wildlife and rare flowers is a requirement now to cover duty of care, insurance and legislation.  But there is also something else to be considered - what your visitors want to see and do. Make their visit easier by giving them the opportunity to plan what they want to visit in advance via an interactive map. By e...

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27
Jan. 2015
Monitoring bats not only in trees

Monitoring bats not only in trees

Most estates, properties will have old buildings, old walls, farm buildings, hides, sheds on their land, and these all need monitoring for signs of bats, as well as trees.  Locations such as roof voids, gaps in slates, cracks and crevices in the walls, ridge tiles and stones, fascia boards, lead flashing, hanging tiles, wood cladding and gaps into the soffits can all be suitable for roosting ...

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3
Dec. 2014
Interact with your Public via Eye-TREE version 9

Interact with your Public via Eye-TREE version 9

Include your wildlife information into an interactive map available to the public. Relay the wildlife details through to Eye-WALKS to provide information to visitors while they follow a dedicated walk. Extend your information even further for volunteers or friends of your estate, add a reporting facility which allows them to report any sightings, damage, death of wildlife. Eye-TREE, Eye-WALKS...

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11
Nov. 2014
Tree Preservation feature added to Eye-TREE version 9

Tree Preservation feature added to Eye-TREE version 9

In addition to recording the importance of the tree, Eye-TREE version 9 now allows you to record Tree Preservation Order (TPO) details, as well as the TPO notice sent to the land owner. Combined with an address gazetteer, Eye-TREE enables TPO enquiries to be executed quickly and efficiently by service staff and even the public via an interactive map. With TPO's included a full history of your ...

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11
Nov. 2014
Wildlife monitoring customised with Eye-TREE version 9

Wildlife monitoring customised with Eye-TREE version 9

Use the new wildlife wizard within Eye-TREE 9, customise the wildlife type features to cover the protected species within your land, estate, authority.  Record bats, badgers, kites, hazel dormice, otters, water voles, wild birds etc. in one web-based location. With protected species any planning application, environment changes on your property are subject to a full survey report, so keepi...

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