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wilsonmh
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11/20/07 08:29 AM
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Our county wants to re-align our parcels and roads to a recent aerial photo.  We would like to establish contact with someone who has experience in this area.  If you know of someone please let me know.



agirten
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11/21/07 10:00 AM
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We're currently doing the same type of project. If interested please contact me via email Agirten@udcus.com Thanks, Alan





Len
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11/28/07 04:40 AM
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Hello

I have worked at 2 cities and now a county doing the same sort of problem.   Really not a problem but a task.   First i really have never been able to totally line the parcel lines directly on top of the orthos.  You will find many inconcistancies (sp?) with boundary lines / fence lines and natural features to deed references.    I personally have found building the data set (parcel) by cogo from plats in Microstation then import into ArcView but maintain the data in CAD  -  much faster and cheaper in the long run





jeldridge
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11/28/07 01:41 PM
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Hi Wilsonmh,

we have developed a product in this space for moving landbase and other information to new and more accurate aerial photography.  If you want more info please contact me at jeldridge@we-do-it.com

cheers,

Justin





clayrperry
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11/30/07 01:35 PM
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I have extensive personal experience dealing with this process. I am in the US, and have worked on several county initiatives to ortho-rectify parcel and road data. There are several methods available, but they depend on the status of your current data, e.g. paper tax maps, paper based survey plats, digital plats in cad, shapfiles, etc. It is not an exact science by any means, but it can be done with fairly good results. There are some potential pit falls to avoid that depend on various factors from data format to where you are located. Feel free to contact me about your needs.

Respectfully,

Clay Perry

ZAPATA ENGINEERING
6302 Fairview Road, Ste 600
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Direct Number: 704.358.8240
E-Mail: cperry@zapeng.com





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