Our Technology
We continue to invest in the most up to date technology to allow for both the accurate assessment of tree decay without causing undue damage to the tree in the process, and the management of data. This investment enables us to capture multiple data points in the field, transmitting them directly back to our offices for immediate analysis and interpretation by our in-house specialists. Resulting in extremely comprehensive reports and supporting materials that bring together data from the individual sites, as well as topographical survey data, background drawings and photographs.

 

Computer Aided Design (CAD):
We use leading field software to produce comprehensive and detailed drawings and studies. Our experienced CAD team use AutoCAD to produce clear and concise drawings that illustrate trees’ impact on buildings. They can also provide detailed Shade Analysis where appropriate to depict any shading issues that could be a concern on development sites etc. Our expertise in the use of this software allows us to produce results that are considered to be amongst the best in our industry.
Tablet GPS Plotting System:
Using the latest tablet technology with GPS along with the EzyTreev Tree Management System for data collection during site visits. This allows us to collect all the required information and accurately plot the position of individual trees, groups of trees, hedges and other important features in one movement. This technology also gives us the ability to upload topographical survey data or other background drawings for use in the field.
Picus Sonic Tomograph:
Ultrasonic decay detection to assess structural integrity of trees. The Picus uses a series of sensors strategically positioned around the tree to both send and receive sound waves generated by the tapping of the sensors with a hammer. Software then generates a tomograph depicting the condition of the wood as a series of colours dependent on the speed of the sound waves between the sensors.