Pioneering the future
of urban forestry
greehill is the driving force for transforming urban forest management. Cities around the world are discovering a new way to analyze and manage trees to tangibly improve the lives of citizens.
We give your
trees a voice
At greehill, our mission
is to empower cities
to improve urban
life through urban trees.
We believe municipalities need a better way to navigate urban forest management to actively improve the health and well-being of their citizens.
Our platform provides an integrated digital solution to help cities understand what is happening in each street and park in their urban forest, so they can focus their resources on maintaining safe and healthy urban trees and communities.
With greehill's solutions, users gain the latest data and insights at the individual tree level for proactive maintenance and at the forest level for strategic planning.
The greehill team strives to make an impact every day, not only on the trees we analyze, but also on the specialists who work with them and the citizens who enjoy them.
greehill is founded by Gabor Goertz and Gyula Fekete as a R&D project for the National Parks board of Singapore, with the vision of reimagining urban forestry management through digitization.
Chief Executive Officer
Gabor Goertz is a co-founder and the Chief Executive Officer at greehill. Gabor is responsible for greehill's long-term vision and leads efforts on corporate strategy and internationalization. He also leads the strategic development and execution of greehill's urban forest management platform.
Awards and honors
We are proud to have our solutions internationally recognized in the fields of climate change adaptation and information technology.
United Nations WSIS Prizes 2020 Champion
We provided the core technology for NParks' "Transforming Urban Tree Management" project.
Recognized by EIT
We earned the maximum possible grants in the EIT Climate-KIC Accelerator Hungary
Sustainability Awards 2022
We were awarded the "Rising Star Award" presented by Ms. Grace Fu, the Minister for Sustainability and the Environment.