BLUESKY NEWS

November 11, 2019

GIS images show mining hazards alongside Bluesky’s national tree map data (in green). © The Coal Authority 2019. © Ordnance Survey Crown copyright and database right 2019. © Bluesky International Ltd, 2019. © Terrafirma IDC Ltd 2019.

Terrafirma, an expert provider of ha...

June 20, 2019

AECOM has developed a new service, based on Bluesky’s National Tree Map, allowing for early assessment of arboricultural issues on development sites.

Using an in-house database of surveyed trees, AECOM has developed a unique methodology for determining the likely extent...

October 31, 2018

The Bluesky National Tree Map (NTM™) identifies the location of more than 280 million trees nationwide, detailing their height and canopy cover. The data was created using innovative algorithms and image processing techniques in combination with the most up-to-date and...

June 29, 2018

A nationwide database detailing the location, height and canopy cover of nearly 300 million trees, created by Bluesky, is helping UK property insurers assess the risk posed by trees. During prolonged periods of hot, dry weather, as is currently being experienced, the n...

March 15, 2018

A unique countrywide map detailing the location, height and canopy cover of tree locations is helping Tamworth Borough Council protect important amenity trees in the borough. Tamworth is an eight time gold winner of national Heart of England in Bloom competition and th...

January 23, 2018

WSP, the global company providing management and consultancy services to the built and natural environment, is using a range of remotely sensed data from Bluesky to aid existing analysis and develop new techniques. Using the Bluesky data, including laser mapped 3D mode...

October 24, 2017

One of England’s original Community Forest projects is using Bluesky’s National Tree Map to monitor progress and engage with stakeholders and the local community. The largest environmental regeneration project in Bedfordshire, the Forest of Marston Vale (The Forest) is...