Tree Plotter software is a leading web-based asset management and GIS system for urban trees and parks, developed and used by arborists and foresters at Plan-It Geo. This robust and customisable cloud-based platform offers a complete set of tools for inventory, GIS mapping, inspections, work orders, data management, reporting, user administration, and more. Examples will represent all sectors of urban forestry and arboriculture from the government to nonprofit to the private sector. Don’t miss this training opportunity!
This half-day, interactive and educational workshops will demonstrate how to map, assess, analyse, and manage urban tree data online, on any device, from anywhere.
Who should attend: Arborists, Urban Foresters, Parks and Recreation Managers, Public Works Staff, Consultants, Tree Care Firms, Planners, Nonprofits, Tree Boards, Students, and Researchers.
What you will learn: terms, tools, and tricks of the trade for cloud-based GIS tree inventory collection, tree care / consulting, data analysis, and work management.
Date: 12th September 2018
Venue: QAA Office – 26-40 Delancey Street, Cleveland QLD 4157
Start Time: 8.30am
End Time: 1.00pm
|QAA Qualified Member:||$80.00|
|QAA General Member:||$90.00|
|**pricing includes GST**|
Please contact the QAA if you have any further questions or queries regarding this workshop
Phone: 07 3821 1488
Agenda* for Workshop:
Tree Mapping Technologies for Urban Forest Management
*times and details may vary
8:30am -9am: Network over coffee & tea
9am-10am: Attendees will learn tree inventory best practices and efficiencies from professionals. This portion of the workshop will be indoors and introduce participants to tree inventory data collection using GPS vs. GIS methods, online and offline modes, map tools, browser & web services technology, and training on data management on a desktop, tablet, or smartphone.
10am-11am: The second section will be held outdoors, where participants will learn to access, navigate, view, edit, add, and manage tree data on the cloud from a smartphone or tablet devices and see data updates in real-time. Offline (disconnected) data collection and syncing when on WIFI will also be introduced. Attendees are encouraged to bring a web-enabled device or pair up with someone. Participants will learn how to map tree X/Y coordinates without using GPS, to select a base map with varying conditions and ways to deal with sunlight issues on mobile screens.
11am-12pm: The workshop will conclude indoors, where we analyze the newly collected data, perform spatial and attribute queries, export data to Excel and GIS formats, and create custom data-driven reports and maps. Advanced tools will be introduced, time permitting, such as viewing i-Tree benefits, Tree Protection Zones, tree appraisal values (based on CTLA), work order tracking/automation, and ISA TRAQ forms/fields. The course will wrap-up with a Q&A discussion and list of resources.
12pm-1pm: Network and discussion over catered lunch.
Plan-It Geo invites you to join us for the webinar Urban Trees Deserve Modern Management Software: Introduction to Tree Plotter with guest speaker Ben Kenyon from Homewood Consulting.
Urban Trees Deserve Modern Management Software: Introduction to Tree Plotter
By: Plan-It Geo and Homewood Consulting
Wednesday, Aug. 22 at 10 am AEST – 11 am AEST
Tree Plotter software is a leading web-based asset management and GIS system for urban trees and parks, developed and used by arborists and foresters at Plan-It Geo. In partnership with Homewood Consulting, we are hosting a free one-hour webinar providing an overview of Tree Plotter, Parks Plotter, and Work Order Management software. This robust and customisable cloud-based platform offers a complete set of tools for inventory, GIS mapping, inspections, work orders, data management, reporting, user administration, and more. Examples will represent all sectors of urban forestry and arboriculture from the government to nonprofit to the private sector. Don’t miss this training opportunity! One ISA CEU will be available.
Ian Hanou – Founder and CEO
Ian started Plan-It Geo in 2012 after 11 years of private industry consulting in Colorado. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Forest Management with a minor in GIS/Remote Sensing from Colorado State University.
Ian has managed or contributed to complex geospatial projects involving urban forestry, green infrastructure planning, water supply & water conservation analysis, energy assurance planning, wildfire risk assessment, forest health monitoring, and stormwater financing/utility planning. In 2011, the Society of Municipal Arborists presented Ian with an Award of Achievement.
Ben Kenyon – Principle Consulting Arborist and Director
Ben has over 20 years experience in the arboricultural industry in both the field and consultancy and is an expert in all aspects of tree management.
As the Principal Consulting Arborist at Homewood Consulting, Ben has a strong practical focus and is passionate about training and public consultation. Given his practical background, he has extensive experience in the preparation of arborist reports, tree management plans and tree retention assessments for planning and development.