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News 2014

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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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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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11
Nov. 2014
Wildlife features enhanced with Eye-TREE version 9

Wildlife features enhanced with Eye-TREE version 9

Now includes bat habitat potential as well as the location of bird and bat boxes; thirteen out of sixteen UK bat species roost in trees. Eye-TREE 9 supports best practice as agreed with Natural England, Scottish Natural Heritage and The Bat Conservation Trust, each tree can be assigned a stage 1, stage 2 potential as well as the results of stage 3, dawn and dusk emergence and re-entry surveys. ...

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20
Oct. 2014
Leica Geosystems DirectTour 2014

Leica Geosystems DirectTour 2014

Despite Eye-TREE and Eye-ASSET being available on the Leica Geosystems CS25 for a few years now, this was the first time I had attended one of the DirectTour events.  The emphasis was very much on the survey and scanning sides of the Leica Geosystems business and the importance of capturing data once and then reusing it through the remainder of the project work flow. I was very impressed w...

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Jul. 2014
Event: Healthy Trees, Happy People Royal Holloway 14th-17th Sept

Event: Healthy Trees, Happy People Royal Holloway 14th-17th Sept

The 2014 conference theme will be centered around 'Applied Arboriculture: Healthy Trees, Healthy People’ . The 2014 Amenity Conference will coincide with The Arboricultural Association’s 50th Anniversary celebrations. We will be demonstrating our range of map-based management and data intergration solutions. ...

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26
Jun. 2014
Info: Bestow greater knowledge and understanding of your cemetery

Info: Bestow greater knowledge and understanding of your cemetery

Be aware and help your visitors get the most from your cemetery including the interments, trees, shrubs and commemorations with an interactive map solution - Eye-WALKS. Visualise location points on Street Maps and with Aerial View Share details of each feature - History, Photographs, Adoption/Dedication Display your current location automatically on supported devices so you can see...

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25
Apr. 2014

Info: Eye-TREE users prepare for ash die-back

Eye-TREE users have been able to immediately identify the locations of their ash trees and hence prioritise their inspection regimes.  'Whilst some sites have only a handful of Fraxinus plantings, others have several hundred.'  says Mark Spence of AIT Spatial.  'Rather than pouring over spreadsheets and paper reports and then cross referencing locations to map, users simply click ...

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Mar. 2014
Eye-ASSET and Eye-TREE on Leica CS25

Eye-ASSET and Eye-TREE on Leica CS25

Take Eye-ASSET and Eye-TREE virtually anywhere with you on the Leica CS25 ultra-rugged table computer. Recording trees and assets is even easier now.  Simply locate and record trees and assets in their correct position using the in-built GPS receivers.  Easily navigate around the map base, record inspections and assign work tasks for the future with just a few clicks. If you need...

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