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  • Introduction to High Priority Imagery and Data Sets Purchasing – Assessing current needs and priorities across the State
  • This is a first time event – introducing a new purchasing method for the state, a pool of pre-qualified and selected vendors, a high level overview of current data priority inputs………..Agenda Overview
  • Combineation of changes to state purchasing and changes to TGIC.- Lots of opportunity to rewire how we develop strategies, collaborate, and integrate
  • Jim
  • JimIf a state agencyContract WaiverIf statement of work exists
  • JimS
  • Felicia
  • Felicia
  • Poll audience to write down other data sets that should be considered
  • Felicia
  • JimS70% of interest in resolution between 6 inch and 2 feetState will continue to support +/- 1 meterState evaluating benefit of recent ½ meter dataNeed further input regarding formats and band combinations
  • Jim
  • Gayla – NAIP Project OverviewAt issue is future participation of State Government in FSA NAIP and assessment of opportunity to coordinate with regional and municipal programsA typical reality is that many large projects are dominated by one large contributor – TxDOT, HCFCD othersWhat is the desire vs reality of sharing data
  • JimState is engaged in long term LiDAR collection for NFIP Mapping ProgramState does not pay for contour developmentContours are subject to a range of quality and cost factors that are also associated with uniqueness of local terrain conditions – steep vs coastal plain etc.A Statement of Work exists for aerial LiDAR
  • Jim
  • FeliciaThis slide shows that there is no strong preference for one addressing method that is favored over another – It appears that there is a universal desire to have something in place – - There is a large number of State Agencies seeking statewide addressing data.
  • Felicia
  • Action items Transportation initiative work groupSet up Use the contract!Issues – How to get CSEC play by the rules911
  • Felicia
  • Action items Map layer initiative work group Use the contract!
  • Action items Map layer initiative work group Use the contract!
  • Action items Map layer initiative work group Use the contract!
  • Open mic session

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  • 1. Maps Across Texas
  • 2. Welcome and Program Introduction
  • 3.
    • What is possible?
    • 4. What should you expect to take away?
    • 5. What can we ask and expect from you?
    • Responding to Change
    • 6. Recognize role and value of GIS in the state
    • 7. Delivering greater (tax payer) value and adopting a process for coordination and sharing
    • 8. How we develop strategies, collaborate, and integrate
  • 9.
    • CCG – Measures of success
    • 10. Participation and savings to the state
    • 11. Efficiency and transparency
    • 12. “Thinking in terms of what is best for Texas”
    • 13. Expectations
    • 14. Challenging silo or hyper-local thinking
  • 15.
    • Community – the key ingredient
    • 16. Collaboration – plans, requirements, ideas
    • 17. Involvement and decision making
    • 18. TGIC advisory committees
    • 19. Local representation
    • 20. Federal representation
    • Planning
    • 21. Policies
    • 22. Survey
    • 23. Feedback
    • 24. Statements of Work & Projects
    • 25. Role of TNRIS and the TWDB
  • Notification – Project Sponsor notifies TNRIS of intent to use contract
    Determination of Applicability – TWDB/TNRIS reviews project for coordination benefits
    Conditions of Use
    Public Domain version of data
  • 26.
    • Pool of qualified providers
    • 27. Purchasers reference CCG Master Contract
    • 28. Increased opportunity for partnership funding
    • 29. Awareness of previous, current and planned projects
    • 30. Statement of Work serves as State Standard
    • 31. Direct purchase with provider
  • VendorLightning Talks
  • 32. 2008/09 Texas Ortho Program
    • 2008 Texas NAIP award to North West
    • 33. TNRIS brought multiple state agencies together to enhance NAIP collection to 50cm
    • 34. Acquisition with 5 ADS40-SH52 sensors
    • 35. Multiple products, specs to multiple clients
    Summer 2008
    Winter 2009
    North West Geomatics Ltd.
    • 4 – Cessna 441 Conquest II
    • 36. 1 – REIMS 406
    • 37. 4 – Leica ADS80-SH80
    • 38. 1 – Leica ALS50-II
  • Merrick & Company
    • World Headquarters: Aurora, Colorado
    • 39. Founded in 1955
    • 40. Primary GeoSpatial Services:
    • 41. LiDAR
    • 42. Surveying
    • 43. Aerial Photography
    • 44. Photogrammetry
    • 45. Hyperspectral
    • 46. GIS Solutions
    • 47. Satellite Imagery
    • 48. MARS@ Software
    • 49. Remote Sensing
    • 50. 500 employees within 10 national and international offices
    • 51. Annual revenue = $85M
    • 52. Ownership: Private (employee-owned)
  • Projects in Texas
    Completed Projects Since 2000
    Houston-Galveston Area Council
    Montgomery County
    Fort Bend County
    Brownsville
    Texas-Mexico Border
    Texarkana
    MIT Lincoln Labs – City of Lubbock
    Fort Bliss
    Texas Coastline
    Coleto Creek Power Plant, TX
  • 53. “LYNX” Mobile Laser Scanning
    A mobile mapping solution that incorporates LiDAR, cameras, and position / navigation (GPS & Inertial Measurement Unit – IMU)
    LYNX Mobile Mapping
    • LiDAR sensors: 2
    • 54. Cameras: currently 2 5-mega pixel, integrating 2 additional 5-mega pixel
    • 55. Scanner field of view: 360 degrees
    • 56. Laser measurement rate per sensor: 200,000 kHz programmable (point density along a single line of data)
    • 57. Scan frequency per sensor: 80 to 200 Hz programmable
    • 58. (line to line density along the x-axis)
    • 59. Measurements per laser pulse: Up to 4 simultaneous
    • 60. Maximum Range per sensor: 600’ @ 20% reflectivity
    • 61. Laser pulse width: @ 300’ 0.82’ @ 600 feet 0.164’
    • 62. Range precision (relative accuracy within scan data): 0.023’
    • 63. Absolute accuracy: 0.164’
    Assumes good GPS quality
    Accuracy maybe improved via post-processing techniques
    • Laser classification: IEC/CDRH Class 1 eye-safe
    Mobile Mapping
    Surveying And Mapping, Inc.
    5508 West Highway 290, Building B
    Austin, Texas 78735
    www.saminc.biz
    800-656-9525
  • 64. Focused On Your World
    Professional Land Surveying
    Our professional team provides a complete suite of Land Surveying services, including:
    Professional Land Surveying and Aerial Mapping
    • Boundary Surveys
    • 65. Land Title Surveys
    • 66. Right-of-Way Mapping
    • 67. Route Surveys
    • 68. Topographic Surveys
    • 69. Design Surveys
    • 70. Hydrographic Surveys
    • 71. Photogrammetric Ground Control
    • 72. As-Built Surveys
    • 73. HDS Laser Scanning
    • 74. Land Development Services
    • 75. GPS Surveying
    Aerial Mapping & LiDAR
    Our fully digital Photogrammetric Department offers the following services:
    • Aerial Triangulation
    • 76. Digital Orthophotography
    • 77. Planimetric & Topographic Mapping
    • 78. Digital Terrain/ Elevation Modeling (DTM/DEM)
    • 79. LiDAR Acquisition & Processing
    • 80. Ground Control
    • 81. Digital & Conventional Image Acquisition
    • 82. Flight Planning and Execution
    • 83. Airborne GPS & ABGPS/IMU Controlled Photography
    • 84. Image Scanning
    Surveying And Mapping, Inc.
    5508 West Highway 290, Building B
    Austin, Texas 78735
    www.saminc.biz
    800-656-9525
  • 85. Dewberry Company Information
    • Established in 1956
    • 86. Headquarters in Fairfax, VA
    • 87. Multi-disciplined A/E
    • 88. 1,955 Professionals
    • 89. 40 Locations including Dallas &
    Denton
    • 235 Geospatial Professionals
    • 90. 2009 ESRI Business Partner of the Year
  • Geographic Information Systems
    Remote Sensing/LiDAR
    Acquisition, Processing
    QA/QC
    Program Management
    Application Development
    Data Integration
    Floodplain Mapping
    Imagery Services
    Facility Management
    Climate Change
  • 91. Michael Baker, Jr. Inc.
    • Austin
    • 92. Houston
    • 93. Arlington
    • 94. Dallas
    • 95. San Antonio
    • 96. Denton
    1943
    5,000 Employees
    400 GIS Professionals
  • 97. Michael Baker, Jr. Inc.
    New York Sewer Mapping
    Largest Municipal GIS Project in USA
    ChangingLand.Com
    Maintaining centerlines, addressing and parcel information for the states of Nevada and California
    FEMA Primary GIS Consultant
    Emergency Response and National Mapping
    BEAST
    Bakers Enterprise Application Server Technology
    Terrestrial LiDAR
    Collection and Processing
    Using the latest LYNX System from Optech
    400,000 points/second, incredible accuracy.
  • 98.
    • First LiDAR company headquartered in Texas – founded in 1998
    • 99. Proprietary LiDAR technology, first developed at HARC (Houston Advanced Research Council)
    • 100. 20+ years of airborne and digital mapping/surveying experience; dozens of projects in Texas covering thousands of square miles including data for Houston-Galveston Area Council (HGAC) and Tropical Storm Allison Recovery Project (TSARP)
    • 101. Expertise in Physics, Engineering, Geodesy and GIS – One of the top tier LiDAR companies worldwide
    • 102. Multiple LiDAR systems: Low Range helicopter, High Range fixed-wing, Multi-Range, and Terrestrial mobile - TITAN®
    • 103. Most stringent QC Process for data collection and
    processing in the LiDAR industry
    • Only Terrapoint employees collect and process data;
    • 104. this exclusivity ensures the ultimate level of informational
    security
    • Strong IP
    Experienced Global Vision
    The Woodlands, TX office
    Houston . Washington DC . Dallas . Seattle . Salt Lake City . Phoenix . Vancouver . Calgary . Ottawa . Kharkiv . Moscow . Johannesburg
  • 105. Project Experience
    700 LiDAR projects delivered
    Airborne LiDAR/Digital Image
    Mobile Ground LiDAR
    Reliant Park
    Major Markets served:
    Flood Plain Mapping
    Mining
    Oil & Gas/Seismic
    Transportation
    Environmental
    Power/Utilities
    Land Development
    Houston
    Astrodome
  • 106. Fugro EarthData – HPIDS Vendor
    • LiDAR
    • 107. Aerial Imagery
    • 108. Radar (GeoSAR)
    • 109. Oblique Imagery (Panoramic)
    • 110. Satellite Remote Sensing
    • 111. Thematic Mapping
    • 112. Corridor Mapping
  • Fugro EarthData Geospatial Services
    Airborne imagery & photogrammetry:performing acquisition-to-production services for the creation of customized, high resolution products from airborne imagery.
    Topographic LiDAR mapping:acquiring high accuracy 3D elevation and surface feature data for efficient production of topographic mapping products.
    Image classification and thematic mapping: image classification using automated object-oriented methods or photointerpretation for LULC and benthic habitat maps, wetlands delineation, change detection.
    Rapid response mapping: pre-planning; rapid mobilization, airborne data collection and processing; photointerpretation for damage assessment data dissemination
    Contact information
    Phone: 865-621-2984
    Email: smoffat@earthdata.com
  • 113. Founded in 1959
    218 Full-time Staff
    Areas of Expertise
    • Engineering
    • 114. Spatial Data
    • 115. Imagery
    • 116. Surface
    • 117. Feature Data
    • 118. Surveying
    • 119. Advanced Technologies
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  • 120.
  • 121.
  • 122. About Contact One
    • Founded in 2000
    • 123. GIS Solutions
    • 124. Customers Nationwide
    • 125. Austin, Boulder, Lexington Office Locations
    • 126. Public Safety Business Partners:
    Copyright 2008 Contact One, Inc.
    2009 © Copyright Contact One, Inc
  • 127.
    • Mapping Services
    • 128. Addressing
    • 129. Web Geo-spatial Solutions
    • 130. Data accuracy validation
    • 131. ESRI ArcSDE Configuration and tuning
    • 132. GIS Database Consulting
    • 133. GIS Planning and Implementation
  • Contact One Products
    GIS Data Management System
    Web-based Geospatial solution
    Dispatch Mapping System
    Soft and hard-copy map Atlases
    Wireless Data Management System
    Copyright 2008 Contact One, Inc.
    2009 © Copyright Contact One, Inc
  • 134. Copyright 2008 Contact One, Inc.
    2009 © Copyright Contact One, Inc
  • 135. High quality, cost-effective “sky to screen”geomatic services
    • Vertical and Oblique Aerial Photography
    • 136. Aerial and Terrestrial LiDAR Surveys
    • 137. Multi/Hyperspectral and Thermal Remote Sensing
    • 138. Ground and Airborne GPS
    • 139. Digital Orthophotography
    • 140. Digital Terrain and Surface Modeling
    • 141. Digital Planimetric and Topographic Feature Mapping
    • 142. Cross-Section and Plan-Profile Mapping
    • 143. Volumetric/Earthwork Surveys
    • 144. Cadastral and Land Use Mapping
    • 145. Data Conversion
    • 146. GIS Implementation, Application and Support
    KUCERA
  • 147. Experienced, Professional Staff and Proven, Advanced Technologies:
    • Headquartered in Willoughby OH – offices throughout the US
    • 148. Staff of 80, including multiple licensed/registered Cps, PSs, PEs, GISPs, and other professionals
    • 149. Fleet of 5 aircraft-including 3 twin-engines + 2 single-engines
    • 150. Six aerial cameras – 2 Leica ADS40/SH 51 strip digital + 4 Zeiss RMK TOP/LMK film
    • 151. Leica ALS60 200 KHz aerial lidar system w/ Multiple Pulse in the Air (MPiA) capability
    • 152. GeoVista digital aerial oblique imaging systems and RIT WASP multispectral sensors
    • 153. All sensors integrated with Applanix POS/AV or Leica IPAS AGPS/IMU systems
    • 154. Trimble and Novatel survey grade GPS receivers
    • 155. Inpho OrthoMaster/Orthovista digital orthophoto systems
    • 156. BAE Socet Set and Cardinal Systems VR2 softcopy stereoplotters
    • 157. TerraSolid and BAE N-Gate terrain/surface modeling
    • 158. ESRI, AutoDesk, Intergraph, Bentley GIS/CAD platforms
    KUCERA
  • 159. Extensive Experience Working for Government and Private Organizations:
    • Over 55 years of continuous operation as a leader in aerial data acquisition, mapping, and related services
    • 160. Have performed aerial mapping services throughout the US and abroad
    • 161. Have complete aerial sensing and mapping covering over 200 counties and cities since 2000.
    • 162. Summer 2009- performed digital photo + ortho of entire State of OR and USDA NAIP subcontractor
    • 163. Numerous clients/projects in Texas:
    > 2009 HPIDS Contract – TX GLO and TFS – 4-band ortho imagery of Galveston TX area
    > TX DPW – ortho imagery of Redfish Bay in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
    > HGAC – 7000 sq. mi. mutli-county color orthos – 2002, 2004, 2006 contracts
    > Aerial photo + lidar mapping of Cities of Huntsville (2007) and College Station (2005)
    > Color IR orthos of entire TX coastline for TX GLO (2002-2003)
    KUCERA
  • 164. 3001
  • 165. 37
    Inputs
    Inputs
    Inputs
    Inputs
    • Aircraft
    • 166. Sensors
    • 167. Hardware
    • 168. Software
    • 169. Hardware
    • 170. Software
    • 171. Hardware
    • 172. Software
    3001 Product And Service Offerings
    3001 is an End-to-End Provider of Geospatial Products and Services
    3001 Service Segment
    Analysis andConsulting
    Photogrammetry  Processing 
    Base Mapping
    Digital Photography  LiDAR 
    Surveying
    GeospatialInformation
    Systems 
    Adv Analytics
    Mapping 
    Value Added Services  Exploit.
     Data Mining
    Inputs
    • Hardware
    • 173. Software
    • 174. Software
    • 175. Software
    • 176. Sensors
    • 177. On Board
    Processors
  • 178. 38
    Kermit Lewis
    985.726.2577
    Kermit. Lewis2@ngc.com
  • 179. 39
  • 180. Transportation/ConstructionTechnologies
  • 181. HPIDS Partners
    Williams-Stackhouse, Inc.
    Digital Transfer Solutions
    RazorTech, Inc.
    Gorrandona & Associates, Inc.
  • 182. GIS Services
    Business Consulting
    Workflow analysis
    Gap analysis
    GIS design & management
    Software engineering
    GIS systems integration
    Custom development
    Data creation and maintenance
    LiDAR
    Aerial Photography
  • 183. Maps Across Texas
    Aero-Metric, Inc.
    Company Overview
    October 2009
  • 184. Aero-Metric, Inc.
    • Combined experience of 5 firms whose roots date back more than eight decades
    • 185. 260 mapping professionals
    • 186. Own and operate fleet of 8 aircraft
    • 187. Focus on solutions for Federal, State, and Local Government, Airports, Transportation, Energy Infrastructure, and Mining
    • 188. Complete range of geospatial solutions
    • 189. Tradition of technical excellence, state of the industry technology
    • 190. On time, on spec, and under budget
    • 191. Very high rate of repeat clients, long term relations
  • Capabilities
    Imaging and data collection
    • Digital aerial imagery acquisition
    • 192. Multi-Spectral imagery acquisition
    • 193. Airborne Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR)
    Digital Orthophotography
    Digital Mapping
    Control Surveys
    GIS Data Integration
    ZI DMC
    Optech
    Gemini
    Contact: Cliff Mefford, RPP, CPPhone: 972-931-6410Fax: 972-931-6539
    cmefford@aerometric.com
  • 194. MJ Harden Associates, Inc.
  • 195. Services
    Photogrammetry
    • Digital Aerial Imagery
    • 196. Planimetric Mapping
    • 197. Topographic Mapping
    • 198. Orthorectification
    • 199. Survey and Inventory
    LiDAR
    • Acquisition
    • 200. Data Processing
    GIS
    • Development
    • 201. Implementation
  • Acquisition Technology
    Aircraft
    • Cessna Conquest
    • 202. Piper Navajo
    • 203. Cessna 206
    Imagery
    • 2- Z/I Digital Mapping Camera (DMC)
    • 204. Multi-spectral capability
    • 205. All bands of data collected in a single flight
    LiDAR
    • Optech Gemini Airborne Terrain Laser Mapper (ALTM)
    • 206. Multi-pulse technology
  • 207. Services
    Airborne Acquisition
    Orthophotography
    Planimetric Maps
    Topographic Maps
    Hyperspectral Imagery
    LiDAR
    Geographic Information Solutions
  • 208. Fleet of Aircraft
    Cessna 206 Stationair
    Cessna 335
    Cessna 404 Titan
    Cessna 441 Conquest (three)
  • 209.
  • 210. Vendor Contract Experiences
  • 211. Break
  • 212.
  • 213. Survey Overview
    Thanks for your participation!!
  • 214.
  • 215. Representation From:
  • 216. COG Participation
  • 217. Aerial and Satellite Imagery
    Transportation Data
    • Resolution
    • 218. Frequency
    • 219. Natural color or Infrared (IR)
    • 220. Centerlines
    • 221. Address Points
    • 222. Address Ranges
    Political Data
    Elevation Data
    • Parcels
    • 223. Special Districts
    • 224. Contours
    • 225. LiDAR
  • Survey Results
    National Hydrography Dataset (NHD)
    Project initiated by the federal government to create a seamless, multi-resolution, applications-ready surface water database.
    • Survey polled users for interest in data at three scales:
    • 226. 1:100,000
    • 227. 1:24,000
    • 228. 1:12,000
    • 229. 1:24,000 scale was found to be the most favored resolution
  • Survey Results
    Aerial and Satellite Imagery: Popularity Rank
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    2 foot
    3 inch
    6 inch
    1 foot
    1 meter
    *Participants allowed to select multiple resolutions
  • 230. Survey Results
    Aerial and Satellite Imagery, p2
    • Approximately 50% of all respondents indicated a need for imagery
    • 231. Mostly COGS interested in ultra-high resolution (
    • 232. These COGs cover densely populated areas in Texas
    • 233. Primarily state entities asking for 2 foot resolution (some COGs)
    • 234. Natural color was more commonly requested than infrared (IR)
    • 235. Consensus on annual or bi-annual updates
  • Survey Results
    Aerial and Satellite Imagery, p3
    • Current NAIP Project Status
    • 236. State Agency Planning and Preferences
    • 237. State projects are dependent on federal cycles of collection and additional funding
    • 238. Councils of Government Strategies
    • 239. What is the current stability and projected sustainability of regional imagery programs?
    • 240. Vendor Discussion
    • 241. How can the COG’s align their programs more effectively?
    • 242. Key variable is timing and frequency
  • Survey Results
    Popularity Rank
    Elevation
    1
    • Contours were more requested than LiDAR
    Contours
    Responses* (%)
    2
    LiDAR
    *Participants allowed to select multiple datasets
  • 243. Survey Results
    Elevation, cont’d
    • Most already have or are not interested in elevation data
    • 244. Majority of remaining participants requested both DEMS and Contours
  • Survey Results
    1
    Popularity Rank
    Transportation
    Address Points
    Responses* (%)
    2
    Address Ranges
    3
    Centerlines
    *Participants allowed to select multiple datasets
  • 245. Survey Results
    Transportation, cont’d
    • Local/Regional entities currently collecting
    • 246. State agencies have a strong desire for current statewide transportation and address database
  • Key Issues - Transportation
    - Audience Participation-
    What standards need to be adopted?
    • What is the level of urgency and need to coordinate/collaborate?
    • 247. The State needs to pursue development of a Statement of Work
  • Survey Results
    Popularity Rank
    Political
    1
    Parcels
    Responses* (%)
    2
    Special Districts
    *Participants allowed to select multiple datasets
  • 248. HPIDS Review
  • 249. HPIDS Is:
    Managed by TWDB/TNRIS
    Accessible to all levels of government
    Based on alignment with state priorities
    Defined by SOW’s
    Dependent on cooperation/notification
    Exceptions allowed for special projects
  • 250. HPIDS is Not:
    Intended for one-off projects in need of procurement
    Intended for restricted use data
    Intended for sole-sourcing without justification
  • 251. Upcoming Activities
    2010 NAIP – possible buy-ups
    LiDAR new Areas of Interest for 2010
    Development of Transportation SOW
    Development of Imagery SOW(s)
    Refinement of TGIC governance model