Alleghany County, Virginia, has awarded WorldView a contract to build its GIS database and to host its internet mapping web site. The County plans to use the web site as a portal for users interested in ownership data and the County and as a resource for County staff to access critical mapping data.
In its continuing efforts to support its clients in Virginia, WorldView will provide emergency services related services to Greensville County and Accomack County. For Accomack County, WorldView will develop a transportation network database and will run a drive time analysis on the County’s EMS stations. For Greensville County, WorldView will develop a dynamic large format E911 map.
Zimar and Associates, a premier resource management company based in northern Virginia, has contracted with WorldView to develop its enterprise GIS database. WorldView will install and configure Zimar’s geodatabase using ArcGIS Server and SQL Server and will synchronize this database with the company’s current GIS inventory management system, including GPS data collection.
The Virginia Marine Resources Commission has contracted with WorldView Solutions to develop its Enterprise GIS. Project tasks include database design, data integration, application development, and training. WorldView will provide the Commission with a final product built completely on ESRI’s ArcGIS Server software.
Working with the Virginia Commonwealth University’s Center for Environmental Studies, WorldView is developing a second phase of the Virginia Department for Environmental Quality’s GEMS mapping web site. GEMS is the portal to dozens of mapping layers and is managed by the department’s Coastal Zone Management Program. The next phase of the web site will include mapping themes, dynamic administration of the site, and a more streamlined interface.
WorldView Solutions has partnered with Atlas Geographic Data on the development of a deed-based parcel database for Hyde County, North Carolina. WorldView’s production team will work with Atlas to convert all of the County’s parcels from original plats, deeds and other survey documents. Data will be delivered using the statewide hard copy and soft copy cadastral data standards.
WorldView Solutions has been selected by Charlotte County, Virginia, to provide tax parcel mapping services, including data integration, automated hard copy mapping and training. The project focuses on conversion of the County’s existing AutoCAD data into an ESRI geodatabase format.
The Virginia Economic Development Partnership has awarded WorldView a contract to develop a statewide GIS database for the Virginia Department of Historic Resources.
A number of localities have recently turned to WorldView’s mapping team to provide GIS data development, analysis, and maintenance. Clients include Prince George County, the City of Hopewell, the City of Norton, Dinwiddie County, and the City of Franklin. Projects include crime analysis support, parcel data maintenance, E911 routing development, and geodatabase design services.
WorldView Solutions work with NASA has been featured in the Spring 2007 edition of ESRI’s ArcNews magazine. Click here to read the article.