Tree Mapping Reports

For organisations with large vegetation footprints, our tree mapping service makes tree management and risk mitigation initiatives possible at scale.

What is a Tree Mapping Report

An Independent Arboricultural Service tree mapping report gives grounds managers and key stakeholders a portable and easily referenced tool for discussion, planning and decision making and day-to-day activities with regard to trees and other vegetation assets.

Our tree maps are precision GPS-plotted using high accuracy equipment (including the optional Trimble R2). The tree mapping reports are accompanied with a photo to visually identify each tree of interest, along with a reference code as a unique identifier. This makes it possible to carry out sophisticated, long-running plant health care program on a tree-by-tree basis with no chance of confusion/mistaken identity.

Our tree mapping reports are provided electronically so you can review and share them as required.

Who uses a tree mapping report?

  • Schools

  • Universities

  • Parklands

  • Hospitals

  • Government buildings

  • Landscape architects

Independent Arboricultural Services produces accurate, GPS-coordinated digital tree maps of schools, playgrounds, universities, hospitals and anywhere else a tree management plan is needed for safety and insurance reasons.

Independent Arboricultural Services produces accurate, GPS-coordinated digital tree maps of schools, playgrounds, universities, hospitals and anywhere else a tree management plan is needed for safety and insurance reasons.

Roger Rankine capturing the coordinates of a tree using a Trimble R2 GNSS receiver for plotting into an Independent Arboricultural Services Tree Mapping Report.

Roger Rankine capturing the coordinates of a tree using a Trimble R2 GNSS receiver for plotting into an Independent Arboricultural Services Tree Mapping Report.

Tree map of an outdoor education centre north of Brisbane.

Tree map of an outdoor education centre north of Brisbane.