A 2015 article on “Getting Tree SMART”.
STATE-of-the-art drone technology has been used to quantify the rate of erosion at Sidmouth.
Keeping to its pre-programmed flight path which was monitored on a nearby lap top controlled by Leigh Harris, a survey development manager for Kaarbon Tech Surveying, the drone flew at heights up to 400ft and speeds of up to 45 kph. The initiative is part of the latest phase of the data gathering stage for the ultimate creation of a Beach Management Plan for Sidmouth.
As the ability to analyse, cross-reference and share diverse datasets becomes ever more essential, Nicola Davies reports on KaarbonTech’s award winning software that is helping Walsall Council do just that…. with some surprising results
The January/February 2015 issue of GeoConnexion Magazine includes a review of the Association of Geographic Information (AGI) Awards held in November 2014.
KaarbonTech were announced as winners of the award for ‘Best Use of Geospatial for Business Benefit.’
The January 2015 edition of Drain Trader features an article about the award which recognised the reduced flood risk, cost and efficiency savings achieved by Walsall Council as a result of using the ‘Gully SMART’ software.
The Arboricultural Association has featured our ‘Tree SMART’ software tree management system in the winter issue of it’s magazine to members.
The piece asks readers whether their handheld smart phone or tablet is a much a part of their kit as a rope, harness or chainsaw.
The November 2014 issue of ‘PRO ARB’ magazine included an article about our software product ‘Tree SMART’ and featured the first hand experiences of users from Gloucestershire County Council and South Gloucestershire Council.
In the September 2014 issue of Surveyor Magazine subscribers read how KaarbonTech asset management software is saving Surrey County Council money and improving provision for residents.
The Council has calculated that using the KaarbonTech system has delivered a saving of £50,000 between August and December 2013. Tony Casey, Highways Maintenance Team Leader at Surrey County Council, emphasised that, ‘We anticipate seeing on going savings into winter 2014/15, whilst being confident that residents will experience improved service.’
Stunning aerial images of the London 2012 Olympics white water sports venue have been captured by KaarbonTech. Lee Valley Park hosted the Olympic canoeing and kayaking competitions and was surveyed this spring by qualified KaarbonTech expert pilots using the SenseFly eBee.
The GeoInformation Group commissioned KaarbonTech to carry out the flight on behalf of the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority which manages the water sports site.
Nicola Davies relates how South West Water and Devon County Council utilised a UAV aerial survey to gain a fresh perspective on flood risk and mitigation options
Smarter real time asset management. Kaarbontech and Solihull Council have been providing a live public facing “Report-IT” facility for gully blockage and maintenance via the local authority’s website.
This article explores the impact of the live service.
Tree management the 21st-century way.
This article examines how KaarbonTech’s Tree SMART, tree inspection and management system is helping South Gloucestershire council users to collect asset data on Android tablets.
Read how Conservation Contractors, based in Devizes, Wiltshire have entered the digital world of tree surveying by adopting Kaarbontech’s Tree SMART ARB product
Read a January 2016, Drain Trader article on KaarbonTech winning an award for excellence at the Dorset Business Awards
Read the May 2018 Highways Magazine article about using Gully SMART instead of gully sensors and the reason why.