The Texas Natural Resources Information System (TNRIS) is pleased to announce the release of newly acquired high resolution Lidar data for 224 square miles of Georgetown, Texas. Aerial collection took place on December 29, 2014 during the leaf-off season. Sanborn Map Company performed the data acquisition/processing while AECOM provided third-party quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC).
Lidar data and the associated geospatial products are available for cost of reproduction through TNRIS.
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The map above shows the area of acquisition. The data is available in DO4Q tiles.
Vertical accuracy (RMSEz) of 5.8 cm which exceeds the project specification of 10 cm.
Average first-return point density is 4 points per square meter (ppsm).
Point data are classified according to the following American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) class schema:
Horizontal projection is UTM NAD83 (2011) Zones 14N
Vertical projection is NAVD88 Geoid 12A
Units are in meters denoting orthometric heights
Structure for data tiles conforms to 1/64th USGS 7.5-minute quadrangle Quarter-quarter-quarter quadrangle (DOQQQQ, or DO4Q)
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