of current problems
The My Tree Map™ is a service that quickly delivers the comprehensive information about the trees growing in the area of your interest.
We present you an innovative solution, that is the result of using aerial survey data and machine learning methods.
Look at the trees in your area from a new perspective.
Find out the location of each tree and its parameters.
You can view the data for free directly on the website or order products tailored to your individual needs.
Make the right decisions by analysing information in the GIS environment.
The information that you need
Tree crown location
Height of the tree
Area of the tree crown
Volume of the tree crown
Tree trunk location
Diameter at breast height (DBH)
The foundation for managing trees in urban areas is to gain knowledge about their distribution and condition, and to verify their functions. The products we offer can be used to perform an area survey or be used for a detailed tree inspection.
An unquestionable advantage of the My Tree Map™ is that it can be used to identify and monitor individual trees that pose a threat or are an asset, or to conduct citywide analyses, e.g. to build a climate change adaptation strategy or to determine the direction of development and investment in the city.
Parameters such as location, tree height and crown area will make it possible to study, for example, their spatial relationship to land ownership boundaries or infrastructure facilities. Information on crown area, tree species and health will make it possible to monitor the dynamics of changes and the quality of tall vegetation in the urban space.
In the agricultural space, trees are an important landscape element shaping biodiversity. In order for farmers to meet their obligation to maintain ecological focus areas (EFAs), they need information on the occurrence of mid-field coppices, linear and group trees, hedgerows, shelterbelts and free-standing trees.
Observing changes in the extent of trees on agricultural land makes it possible to monitor the status of ecological focus areas.
Parameters read from the My Tree Map™, such as the location and area of the tree crown, will allow e.g. examine the location of trees in relation to the boundaries of an agricultural plot, to indicate free-standing trees with a given crown diameter, to indicate the distance between linear trees in buffer strips and calculate the area of buffer strips.
The trees have economic, protective, recreational, and landscape functions. They also provide many ecosystem services. They mitigate the negative effects of climate change, produce vital oxygen, and store CO2.
Whether we are talking about individual trees, stands, natural forests or commercial forests, it is important to monitor the performance of trees. This provides useful knowledge for the sustainable management of the areas where they grow.
By reading from the My Tree Map™ and analysing changes in the parameters of location, height and crown area, it is possible, for example, to monitor natural processes, monitor secondary succession, assess the effects of active protection, and monitor economic activities in forests.
With the My Tree Map™ you can determine the species composition of your forest, assess the health of individual trees and identify dead trees. By knowing the actual tree height and crown area for individual trees or entire forest complexes, we are able to calculate the amount of biomass, oxygen produced, and carbon sequestered.
Trees have a positive impact on living conditions in urban areas. They reduce noise and pollution and regulate the air temperature and humidity. However, if trees grow too close to infrastructure or are in poor health, they can also be a danger.
With the My Tree Map™ you can accurately assess the spatial relationship between trees and infrastructure and take action if a tree is a real hazard.
The parameters read from the My Tree Map™, such as location, tree height and crown area, make it possible, for example, to examine the position of a tree in relation to a parcel boundary or to identify trees growing in conflict with infrastructural elements.
The health condition parameter will identify trees which are in poor condition or dead, which pose a direct threat to the facility. By analysing changes in the tree height parameter and the crown area, it is possible, for example, to monitor the safety risk around transmission lines through secondary succession and be an important tool in Utility Vegetation Management.