GPS/GIS enabled tree census for Indian cities

Mumbai, India: Dr. Ramesh Madav, Chairman, Enbitech and CEO of Terracon Ecotech Pvt Ltd, successfully tested the Tree Census Methods, using GPS and GIS. The testing was done in presence of various technocrats, Municipal Corporation and Government representatives.Having completed Tree Census for Municipal Corporations of Thane, Nanded, Mira Bhayendar, Kalyan Dombivali, Navi Mumbai, Nashik and Greater Mumbai, Dr. Madav has become synonymous with Tree Census in India. Dr. Ramesh Madav, Founder and CEO of Terracon Ecotech Pvt. Ltd has been involved in various organisations and NGO’s for over two decades and has become an authority on Tree Census in India.The next Tree Census of the Thane Municipal Corporation, which is due soon, would be done using the GPS technology. Dr. Ramesh Madav, recently successfully tested the Digitisation of Tree census through the GPS and GIS.

Source : http://hamaraphotos.com

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About Rashid Faridi

I am Rashid Aziz Faridi ,Writer, Teacher and a Voracious Reader.
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3 Responses to GPS/GIS enabled tree census for Indian cities

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  2. Sarah says:

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  3. Hi Rashid. CBO Technologies is the data management partner for Terracon in the Thane Tree Census Project. It is with great pride that I inform you that we have crossed 16,000 trees in 14 days. Our aim is to survey at least 4 lac trees.

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