During the first LAR-IAC, it was envisioned that the County will be flown every two years. The results of the recent survey put out by the CIO reflected the same vision. We are currently in the process of finishing LAR-IAC2. Oblique imagery has been delivered to most (if not all) participants. Ortho imagery is behind schedule, but is being finished and some areas are in the QA/QC phase. Building representations (outlines) are also being added as a deliverable to LAR-IAC2. More information on that to follow.
The latest project information can be found by going to the Briefing Meeting schedule and checking the presentations from the most recent meeting. All meeting materials are archived and placed here.
Check the Briefing / Meeting Schedule page for information about future meetings.
- Pictometry Sensor, site visit - Van Nuys Airport 04/09/2008 - click here
Technical Advisory Group (TAG)
The Technical Advisory Group (TAG) met over the last six months of 2007. This group was responsible for assessing the needs for the project and determining the scope of the project. The TAG was also responsible for getting the initial cost estimates. There were 10 meetings held from June 2007 to August 2008.
LAR-IAC2 Product List
- Natural Color Orthogonal Imagery
4” resolution (urban areas) and 1’ resolution (national forests)
- Color Oblique Aerial Digital Imagery
4" resolution neighborhood shots and 12" resolution community shots. Including EFS viewer application, Change Analysis, ActiveX, and ArcGIS extensions.
- Digital Terrain Datasets - Spot Updates (DTM and DEM)
Spot updates for those areas with significant elevation changes (grading, for example) since LAR-IAC.
- Independent QA/QC
For accurate quality control reports for all imagery and data products.
We were eliciting the support from the participants of the first LAR-IAC while looking to find more cities/agencies that did not participate the first time around and would join the second round, which led to reduce the contributing costs across the board.
LAR-IAC2 is winding down, but still not finished yet. There is still room/time for more cities to join! Please contact Nick Franchino (Regional Planning), and his staff, or Mark Greninger (CIO) with any questions.