Colorado, USA, 09 April 2007: Digital Data Services, a CAD and GIS consulting firm, announced that it has been awarded a contract with the State of Colorado Division of Water Resources for data conversion and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data delivery of 2,500 hard-copy maps.
Under the agreement, DDS will scan, georeference and deliver digital maps of the division’s critical ground water data. The delivered data will be used by the engineering staff for computer evaluation and notation on a GIS system.
Digital Data Services (DDS) is a CAD and GIS consulting firm that combines technology, proprietary processes and procedures. DDS has close proximity with the USGS and vast experience in providing custom mapping solutions. From custom map scanning and georectification to converting paper maps into fully attributed vector data for GIS systems.