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(ACF) Website Overview (PDF)

(ACF) Website Overview (PDF)

http://www.gis.state.ar.us/AGIO/AGIO_Projects.htmSummaryThe State Land Information Board developed this document in order to supportthe legislative initiatives to establish the Arkansas Spatial Data Infrastructure(Act 1250 of 2001). It is intended that these Standards will benefit the GlobalPositioning System (GPS) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) usercommunities in numerous ways. These standards specifically address thecollection of GPS features and proper metadata collection. GPS data / metadatathat meet the following standards will be viewed as a reliable addition to theever-growing Arkansas spatial data repository.The SLIB has developed the following set of Global Positioning System (GPS)data collection standards. The standards presented within this document seekto accomplish the following objectives:1. Eliminate or reduce known and potential systematic errors;2. Establish a common means of collecting GPS data in Arkansas;3. Provide standards for supplying metadata about GPS receivers used tocollect spatial data (features); and4. Supply GPS users with common GPS terms and abbreviations.Meeting each of the tasks above will provide Arkansas with GPS features thathave known accuracies, and reliable metadata for future spatial data users.(view standards)Arkansas Spatial Data Infrastructure - GeoStor (2000)SummaryThe State Land Information Board initiated the GeoStor Project in 1998.GeoStor is a large (1.5 TB) Oracle 8i-based, seamless warehouse of vector andraster geospatial data for the state of Arkansas. Users can easily search fordata, select any specified area of interest and extract data just from that area,reproject the data (raster and vector) and transfer to their local client. TheGeoStor extensible enterprise architecture is designed to allow the data systemto interface with multiple middlewares. There are currently over 500 differentfeature classes (themes) in the system. GeoStor data layers are accessible viathe FGDC Clearinghouse and all data layers have FGDC compliant metadata.SummaryArkansas Digital Ortho Program - ADOP (2000)The Arkansas State Land Information Board began the Arkansas DigitalOrtho Program in January of 2000. The project resulted in statewide one-meterresolution digital ortho quarter quadrangles. This project was funded throughthe support of a number of cooperators around the state including: Arkansashttp://www.gis.state.ar.us/AGIO/AGIO_Projects.htm (3 of 4) [1/13/2003 4:50:58 PM]

http://www.gis.state.ar.us/AGIO/AGIO_Projects.htmGovernor, Mike Huckabee, Economic Development Fund of Arkansas, Little RockDistrict- US Army Corps of Engineers, US Geologic Survey, Arkansas Game andFish Commission, Benton County, Sebastian County, The Timber Company,Weyerhaeuser Crawford County, The Ross Foundation, International Paper andthe US Forest Service.The second-generation DOQQ's will serve as base spatial data layer and will bemade available through GeoStor. The status of the project can be tracked viathe World Wide Web.SummaryMapping Arkansas' Information Network - MAIN (2000)The Department of Information Systems launched a project to map thepublic information networks in Arkansas and their end points. This effectivevisualization tool will aid network planners, educational planners, and distancelearning planners in deploying these resources. Equally important the resultswill serve as a powerful economic development resource for attractingknowledge-based companies. These companies, unlike their manufacturing andindustrial cousins, require locations and facilities near informationtransportation.SummaryArkansas GIS Audit (1999)The State Geographic Information Office conducted statewide Framework DataSurvey of GIS users in the state. The survey began in January of 2000 and wascompleted in August of 2000. The purpose of the survey was to find out whocreates, updates, uses, and distributes digital geographic data. It also attemptsto ascertain what kind of software is currently being used and whether GIS datais being shared. Roughly 1,550 individuals and/or organizations were contacted.The audit could be completed via the World Wide Web or by the hardcopyprovided. In all, 560 responses were received, compiled and analyzed.AGIO ProjectsArkansas Geographic Information Office | State Land Information Board | Arkansas GIS Gatewayhttp://www.gis.state.ar.us/AGIO/AGIO_Projects.htm (4 of 4) [1/13/2003 4:50:58 PM]

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