The City of Carrollton to create a Traffic Sign Inventory
The City of Carrollton, Texas has contracted with Mid-West GIS to create a GIS & GPS based Traffic Sign Inventory. This will be a complete inventory of all traffic signs on City maintained roads. With a population of over 133,000 people, and over 1,100 miles of road, this project will take several months to complete. The Sign Inventory project is scheduled to start in April 2018, and be completed by the end of summer 2018.
Mid-West GIS was contracted by the City of Texarkana, Texas to create a comprehensive traffic sign inventory
Mid-West GIS was contracted by the City of Texarkana, Texas to create a comprehensive traffic sign inventory using GPS data collectors, and migrated into an ESRI personal geodatabase model. The project entailed collecting over 388 miles of road in a city with a population of over 37,000 residents. Texarkana is located in the Northeast corner of the State of Texas, and has a sister city across the Arkansas border with an additional 30,000 residents.
It took Mid-West GIS approximately three months to Collect, Quality Control, and deliver the data to the city. There were over 13,000 signs collected, and 22 different attributes documented. In addition, one digital photo was taken of the face of each sign and hyperlinked to the GPS point.
The project was delivered ahead of schedule, and the client was completely satisfied with the data that was collected. The data is now being used as the official sign inventory for the city, and used daily by GIS staff and sign maintenance personnel.
Mid-West GIS Creates A Photo App for Lawrence County Missouri Assessors Office
The Lawrence County Missouri Assessors office has contracted with Mid-West GIS to develop a digital photo application that will integrate with their existing parcel data layer.
The project will include the development of the data layer using the county parcel data as the base data. Field technicians with take digital photos of the front of each structure in all incorporated areas in the county including residential and commercial locations. These photos will be hyperlinked to the GIS data and incorporated in the county parcel geodatabase. It is estimated there will be more than 4,000 structures captured in the county.
Work on this project has already begun and will be completed by the fall of 2017.
Mid-West GIS Starts Phase III of a GPS Project for Portage, IN
Mid-West GIS will begin Phase III of the Storm Sewer GPS mapping project for the City of Portage, Indiana next week. This project includes Survey Grade GPS data collection as well as a detailed inventory of the attributes of the system. Invert elevations are also collected to determine flow direction used for flow analysis by the City. It is estimated approximately 6,000 points will be collected by the end of the project, with 4,200 already completed.
New Project: Traffic Sign Inventory for The City of Texarkana
The City of Texarkana, Texas has contracted with Mid-West GIS to create a GIS & GPS based Traffic Sign Inventory. This will be a complete inventory of all traffic signs on City maintained roads. This project also included the implementation of a digital photo of each signs that will be used in the maintenance of the signs by City staff. The project is scheduled to start in April 2016.
Mid-West GIS Creates Sign Inventory For The Town of South Windsor
The Town of South Windsor, Connecticut has contracted with Mid-West GIS to create a GIS & GPS based Traffic Sign Inventory. This will be a complete inventory of all traffic signs on Town maintained roads. This project also included the implementation of a digital photo of each signs that will be used in the maintenance of the signs by Town staff. The South Windsor GIS Department will also implement an ArcGIS Online application for data remote access and data editing. The project is scheduled to start in March 2016.
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Mid-West GIS Continues to Refine and Improve Data Collection
GPS Field Work for Argonne National Laboratory
GPS Field Work
Mid-West GIS is continuing with the GPS field work for Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, Illinois. Over the past 12 months Mid-West GIS has collected over 10,000 GPS points for utilities including Gas, Electric, Water, Sewer and Communications. This data will be incorporated into the Argonne GIS system and utilized for facility management and maintenance. Argonne is a science and engineering research center with a focus on energy innovations.
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ESRI Collector application
Mid-West GIS is developing new service opportunities for our clients using the ESRI Collector application. This will enable our clients to implement maintenance work flows to manage GIS data created by Mid-West GIS. The ease of maintenance with the Collector app will allow field crews to easily create and update features in the field using mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets. Contact Mid-West GIS for more information!