Planimetric mapping digitally captures cultural and natural features in their true coordinate positions, depicting them to scale on our maps. These features include: road edges and centerlines, driveways, curbs and gutters, culverts, water and storm drainage features, utility access covers, utility poles, guard rails, signs, fences, trails and vegetation. Features can be extracted in either two-dimensional or three-dimensional formats.
For GIS planimetry update projects we capture changes by superimposing the existing planimetry directly over newly obtained and processed aerial photography. This cost effective method accurately identifies areas that have changed. Updating can be done directly in ArcGIS, providing continuity of the platform. AeroMetric’s rigorous quality assurance ensures that all geodatabase constraints such as topology, geometry, and attribution are enforced for all feature classes.