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QR Code Project

QR Code Project

Scanning a QR code label on a tree is a new technique for exploring the uniqueness of a tree. It will only take one step towards realizing this goal. The use of a smartphone will take a page to a page in connection with this basic information. Universiti Putra Malaysia, located in Serdang district, has unique trees around campus that can serve as a "transfer" program for students as well as for their residents.

 

Tree Marking at Universiti Putra Malaysia

This project has been selected by key specimens around UPM to carry out this project. This is just the beginning of a project that only uses very limited information from a website extracted solely for this initial phase of testing. The trees are selected based on visual information and images taken from various sources. The actual picture of the tree will only be collected in the second phase of the project.

 

Taman Rekreasi Kampung Sijangkang Project:

  1. Information about Taman Rekreasi Paya Bakau Kampung Sijangkang
  2. Pokok Api-Api

 

Tree Tagging Project around UPM Campus:

  1. Pokok Tulang Daing
  2. Pokok Kelat Jambu

 

43th UPM Convocation Expo (2019) :

  1. Eucalyptus pellita 
  2. Acacia mangium
  3. Albizia falcataria
  4. Asam gelugor
  5. Sentul
  6. Tampoi
  7. Terap hitam
  8. Buah Tin
  9. Telinga gajah

Updated:: 14/11/2019 [m_hambali]

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INSTITUTE OF TROPICAL FORESTRY AND FOREST PRODUCTS
Universiti Putra Malaysia
43400 UPM Serdang
Selangor Darul Ehsan
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