KeyTREE, the tree survey software, allows you to create BS5837-compliant tree surveys.
It makes it easy for you to work with surveyors’ drawings, collaborate with your design partners and issue drawings to your clients. It is available as an add-on to full copies of AutoCAD.
KeyTREE is pure genius. Each week I find things that just make my life so much easier. That’s on top of the basic functionality which itself is brilliant but I now take for granted of course.
There is a 50% time saving with KeyTREE
How KeyTREE helps Technical Arboriculture speed up the process of site data import, generation of plans and output of tree data for reports.
Utilises the power of AutoCAD
KeyTREE will run on top of full copies of AutoCAD. If you do not have AutoCAD, don’t worry as we offer KeyTREE LT Pro, a standalone version that includes its own AutoCAD (OEM) engine.
Insert Multiple Trees from your own data sheets
Quickly add multiple trees to your AutoCAD drawing by importing directly from your site survey data. Trees are inserted into the drawing and coloured according to their BS5837 category.
Add or Edit Trees from your own data sheets
Define trees in your AutoCAD drawing by specifying the North, East South and West (NESW) canopy measurements. If necessary, use an eight point NESW to better represent the crown shape. You can offset the canopy from the stem location to represent windblown or leaning trees. Trees will be automatically coloured according to their BS5837 category rating. You can override these default display settings to control the appearance of the canopy, root and stem separately to meet your particular requirements.
Import Tree Data from Google Earth
Add trees in Google Earth and import your tree location and references directly into KeyTREE.
Export and Share tree dare using Google Earth
Export your tree information to Google Earth to share with others.
Export for BIM and Revit
Author your tree data for use within BIM projects using the Export to IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) or Export to Revit. This allows you to publish your tree information and collaborate with others in the BIM project. This allows trees and associated data to be viewed in Revit, Navisworks and other BIM software applications.
We offer the following recommended specification for the PC, which has been derived from the requirements for AutoCAD 2019 products, published by Autodesk.
If running any earlier version of AutoCAD, it may be possible to run a PC with reduced specification.
Supported operating systems:
• Microsoft® Windows® 7 SP1 with KB4019990 (32-bit & 64-bit)
• Microsoft® Windows® 8.1 with Update KB2919355 (32-bit & 64-bit)
• Microsoft® Windows® 10 Anniversary Update (64-bit only) (version 1607 or higher)
Basic • 2.5-2.9 GHz processor
• 3+ GHz processor
Basic • 8 GB Recommended • 16 GB
1920x1080 with True Color
High Resolution & 4K Displays:
Resolutions up to 3840x2160 supported on Windows 10, 64 bit systems (with capable display card)
Should be supported by the application
• 1 GB GPU with 29 GB/s Bandwidth and DirectX11 compliant
• 4 GB GPU with 106 GB/s Bandwidth and DirectX11 compliant
Keysoft Solutions software supports a full copy of AutoCAD 2015 or later and associated vertical products, such as AutoCAD Map, Civil 3D, etc..
The specification above has been derived from the requirements for the AutoCAD 2019 product.
If running any earlier version of AutoCAD, it will be possible to run a PC with reduced specification.
Please contact us for any further details.