2015 Statewide Orthoimagery Update - April 24th

Latest Data Progress

  • 88%

    of the state has been flown for 0.5-meter imagery

  • Weather conditions were unfavorable this week, as such little imagery acquisition progress was made over the past week.
  • Two airplanes with ADS100 digital camera sensors are constantly monitoring the conditions to take advantage of any opportunity to acquire imagery.
  • Due to weather conditions and airspace restrictions affecting the overall project, the acquisition season end date for the entire state, Seasons 1, 2, 3, and 4 was extended to April 30, 2015.
  • Quality Control data review has begun at TNRIS.

QC Review Crowdsourcing

TNRIS has initiated a crowd-sourcing plan for image quality control review. Please visit the link below to submit your interest in participating in this crucial process.

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