An innovative project

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The Digital Green Cadastre (DGC) is an innovative project conceived by a multidisciplinary working group of agronomists, architects and engineers.

The DGC is based on web 2.0, uses open-source products, and has as its objective the provision of public information in open data mode concerning the territorial Botanical Heritage.

The DGC is a shared, interoperable and open tool, seeking the participation of all specialized or non specialized human resources operating in the area, interacting with citizens and economic

and professional operators.

The DGC database is structured to dialogue - and not exclude

(it is inclusive!) - with the most sophisticated and in-depth ICT products, owners of management and maintenance of the green systems on the market.

The DGC is a tool for a a rapid acquisition of botanical heritage data, also through the recovery of vegetation surveys carried out using traditional methods.

Read more about the DGC innovative project in Appendix.

What is for?

The DGC measures the botanical heritage in a territory.

The DGC way of collecting botanical and soil data allows for the measurement

of the quantity, environmental performance and ecosystem benefits

of the botanical heritage.

The DGC offers a support for the management of the green areas in the cities.

The DGC contributes to increasing the quality and control of urban planning processes.

The DGC is an affordable and easy to use answer to fulfil the obligations

of the Italian Law 10/2013.

The ecosystem balance

The DGC produces ecosystem balance sheets of the botanical heritage, including calculating the asset and economic value,

to support a development model that enhances the role

of the botanical heritage and of the soil.

Read the technical specifications of the botanical data interchange system called "Digital Green Cadastre".

via Cesare Battisti 17

20097 San Donato Milanese

T 02 39439717 | F 178.2714281


via Paolo Giovio 6

20144 Milano

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