Pune: While strolling in the Empress Garden, if you are passing by a tree and are curious to know about it, then all the information related to it will be on your mobile in a blink of an eye because information about trees from the Empress Garden A ‘QR Code’ has been developed. Trees themselves have started giving their information through this ‘QR’ code.
As soon as the QR code pasted on the trees is scanned on the mobile phone, the complete information about the trees becomes visible on the mobile phone. The Garden has various species of trees and vines, so most people are not aware of this species. To make it easier to identify and know about these trees, QR codes have been placed on these trees.
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Information will be available in these languages
A separate mechanism has been made for this. For this, environmental expert Dr. Srinath Kawade has created a website with the help of Professor Dr. Praveen Patil of GSS College, Belagavi. There are about three hundred different species of trees and vines and 850 trees have been QR coded. With this, information about names and trees in both Marathi and English languages has become easily available to the people. The initiative will be inaugurated at the flower show starting January 25.
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Nowadays everyone has mobile phones in their hands, from which they can get any information easily, but if they do not know the name of that tree then the question arises that how will they know about it. With this, the complete information of that tree will be available by scanning the QR code directly.
Suresh Pingale, Secretary, Empress Garden
Under this initiative, these QR codes have been installed on vines and trees of different species, so that trees of different species can be identified through mobile. Detailed information about each species will be available to all.
-Srinath Kawade, environmental expert