What is ArboTag?

It is a tree tagging system. Unambiguous and durable tagging of trees allows for their quick identification, which significantly improves the management of greenery resources in urban areas. The ArboTag tree marking system by Signumat is perfect for this purpose.

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Features of ArboTag

The 35 x 45 mm ArboTag plates are manufactured from durable, weather-resistant plastic in two colors: white and black. They can be attached to the trunk with an arborist pin or a clamp, which is recommended for younger trees.

The content of the plate is personalized according to the customer’s needs. It can include a barcode, a logo, the name of the institution or facility in the area where the inventory is carried out. The basis, of course, is the identification number, which does not have to be just a string of digits.

Installation of ArboTag

A dedicated hammer with a long handle is used to place ArboTag labels on the tree. It allows the plate to be nailed at a height of 2.5 to 2.8 meters. The label so fixed is still readable, while direct access to it from the ground is difficult. This prevents theft and injury from a protruding nail.

The pins used to attach ArboTag labels are made of stainless steel, so they do not corrode and do not react with wood. The labels are provided with a special star-shaped hole, so that the growing trunk moves the plate along the pin. This prevents the label from growing into the bark.

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Main Advantages of ArboTag

  •  Precise identification:   

Enable unambiguous identification of each tree with unique numbers or QR codes.

  • Facilitate monitoring of tree health:

They help with regular inspections and monitoring of tree health, allowing quick response to health problems.

  •  Inventory support:

Facilitate accurate tree inventory, which is especially useful in large parks, urban forests and other green spaces.

  • Urban green space management:

They help green space managers plan maintenance work, pruning, or replacing trees.

  • Increase efficiency of maintenance work:

They make it quick and easy to locate trees in need of intervention, saving time and resources.

  • Easier communication and coordination:

Facilitate communication between different teams and services responsible for tree management, enabling better coordination of activities.