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LIDAR 101

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This 13 minute video was produced by David Holcomb and Geoff Garland for educational use during the Coastal LIDAR project.

Georgia Department of Community Health uses GIS to map health status

OASIS Map

The purpose of the Office of Health Indicators for Planning (OHIP) is to provide valid and reliable evidence about the health status of the population of Georgia. Many public and private entities need relevant data at the local level. Spatial display of data can require many resources. 

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Newton County uses GIS to track sex offenders

Newton County uses GIS to track sex offenders

Newton County is using GIS to track sex offenders in their county to remain compliant with a new state law.

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Georgia Powers SelectGeorgia site aids in Economic Development

Georgia Powers SelectGeorgia site aids in Economic Development

Georgia Power’s SelectGeorgia GIS web application allows users to search for available land and buildings throughout the entire state by features or by location, overlay supporting GIS data to further evaluate location, and generate detailed reports that include property information, taxes, demographics, and nearby transportation.

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Collaboration During Times of Crisis

FalconView in action

During a crisis, Federal, State and Local Agencies need to cooperate but first responders have no common operational picture.  Generally, geospatial data (maps) are released to all agencies but without common tools, it can be hard to communicate information effectively.

FalconView is a Free Tool for Viewing and Annotating Geospatial  Data that can be shared via the Internet

Why do we need LiDAR?

Why do we need LiDAR?

This graphic shows a surface model at 1 inch equals 400 feet resolution.  Notice the detail of manmade and natural surfaces.  This image was generated using ESRI 3D Analyst.

BLLIP in Action

BLLIP in Action

Developed in 2005, Building, Land and Lease Inventory of Property (BLLIP) is the result of both executive and legislative actions indicating the need for a centralized data warehouse of the State's holdings in leases, buildings, land, and other assets.

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Geospatial Technologies in Use at the Coastal Georgia RDC

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Geospatial Technologies for Policy and Planning in use at and throughout the Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center (RDC).

Georgia's Geospatial Training & Industry Profile 2008

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Dr. Frank Howell, Senior Research Associate with the Office of Research & Policy Analysis at the Georgia Board of Regents and Adjunct Professor at Emory University, offers Georgia's Geospatial Industry Profile. Presented at the 10th Annual Georgia Digital Government Summit, Atlanta, GA.

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