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This is an example of how a historic landscape and public garden used GIS to map, track, and monitor tree health on their grounds.
This presentation from the 2018 Small Gardens Symposium covers Esri ArcGIS for Parks and Gardens that enable you to use the Esri Mapping platform to manage the collections, facilities, interpretive aspects of your public gardens.
Institutions struggle with how to bring technology into their garden experience. With the importance of wayfinding and interpretation, an interactive map can help to share their story and ensure an extraordinary experience. But what approach is best?
Public gardens are increasingly exploring new technologies to provide business intelligence, manage collections, and deliver interpretive and education programs.
Barcodes have been around since the 1970s and are now an essential tool in the successful running of many large organizations.
From Google analytics to CompStat, we live in an era of big data. It’s not the size of the data set that matters, though; it’s what you do with it.
A seemingly never-ending challenge for many botanic gardens today is to have sufficient time to record accurate information about their plant collection.
The Membership program at Longwood Gardens originally launched in 2007 and quickly grew to over 65,000 household Members by 2016.
This presentation will show the profound role that art, science, and technology play in building ecological literacy and resilience. Presented by award-winning landscape architect and educator, Roberto Rovira,