Organization of geoinformation monitoring of geospatial data of green plants of the street and road network of the city of Odesa

Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture
Research Institute of Geodesy and Cartography

The purpose of this work is the introduction of a permanent system of real-time observations of green spaces to update geospatial data. Methodology: To achieve this goal, we monitored green spaces with the help of GIS technologies, displaying up-to-date information for each plant and storing the history of changes in each object. This work is divided into two stages. The first stage involves making an inventory of green spaces and compiling an object passport. The second stage involves making real-time changes such as planting, pruning, uprooting a stump, damage due to natural disasters, etc. Thus, there is a database of green plants at any point in time and a chronology of plant care. By incorporating green spaces into the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) using consistent methods, we can better understand their impact. Digital topographic data is essential in geoinformation systems for making informed management decisions, creating and maintaining cadastres for various purposes. Scientific novelty and practical significance: The issues of accounting for green spaces in settlements are becoming quite acute in the modern world. Equally important is the issue of maintaining the relevance of the data obtained. The geoportal, "Monitoring of green spaces in the city of Odesa," implements a permanent system of continuous observations to update the geospatial data of green spaces, and tracks changes for each individual tree. This will help in making management decisions regarding urban greening, significantly reduce budget costs for green management in the future, and control the quantity and quality of the work performed.

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