Mapping is compiled by means of Zeiss Optical train stereo equipment
interfaced to CAD workstations running Advanced automated mapping
system software that can generate output in a variety of formats such
as AutoCAD, Mocrostation, ASCII and others.
data are represented by spatial coordinates. Data files are stored
on tapes or disks. Data is separated by layer features. Mapping can
be translated across CAD system. Data can be used for area and volume
Technology, Inc. has experience in delivery of graphic data for use
as a base for Geographic Information Systems (GIS) such as ArcCad,
Intergraph, AMSA and Moss.