For the project, which will be completed by the end of 2003, Sanborn will provide new 4-inch pixel resolution color and multiple resolution black-and-white digital orthophoto imagery for the 172 square miles that make up Riverside. Sanborn will also update and provide new planimetric features for the city’s existing database. Riverside will use the data to define areas of growth for planning purposes.
Andrew Lucero, project manager for the project, remarked, “We at Sanborn are pleased to be working with ACS and Riverside on this exciting project. It is gratifying to strengthen a city’s GIS so that it can be used to its fullest potential as a powerful decision-making tool.”
With a rich tradition of mapping dating back to 1866, Sanborn offers a full suite of GIS and photogrammetric mapping services to federal, state, and local governments, as well as private companies. The company’s core services include data acquisition, photogrammetric mapping, and data conversion. The company has offices in the United States and abroad. For more information, visit www.sanborn.com.