The client – a leading global consulting group that provides services in economics, planning, environment, geographical information systems, transportation and infrastructure – aims to create an accurate dataset of impervious surfaces within Ramsey, Minnesota in order to assess the disaster-readiness of the city.
- The scope of work involved update of existing impervious surfaces and capture missing Impervious Surfaces. Proper Classification (Building, Water bodies, Recreation, Transportation, Railroad etc.) to each features were done.
- The data underwent thorough quality checks to be part of the client’s GIS data model
- The final data becomes part of the client’s inputs for assessment of disaster preparedness in the city
- A team of skilled GIS experts was assigned for completion of the project
- The client has provided very high resolution images of 15 cm, as inputs for feature extraction and update
- The team at AABSyS used up-to date ESRI ArcGIS software to complete the given task.
- AABSyS was in continuous correspondence with the clients using instant communication platforms, e-mails and status updates in order to solve any queries and share the status of progress
- AABSyS has been providing GIS services for more than 17 years now
- The client, a leading provider of UK-based solutions provider for cemetery GIS data integration services, was content with the final website and accuracy of the GIS data
- The client appreciated the work done at AABSyS as the deliverables were provided in a time bound, cost effective manner. An extensive quality assurance procedure ensured a flawless execution of the project