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PIXXURES completes vector alignment project for Hamilton county

Colorado, USA, 25 April 2007: Pixxures has completed a vector alignment project for the Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District. The HCSWCD provides technical assistance to landowners to help meet the resource conservation needs of the County.

The District currently manages and maintains the County’s GIS Resource Center and the Hamilton County Online Mapping System (HOMS), which is available to the public as a free service. The County’s digitized tax parcel map is being used as the main reference layer for Hamilton County’s Online Mapping System, and for department projects within the County and Towns. Their Online Mapping application is parcel driven and is available for government use and limited public access.

Pixxures’ LineWorks technology replaces traditional rubber-sheeting processes by creating links on common features between the vector layer and the image or land base. Vector layers are adjusted on the fly with each added, removed, or edited link providing immediate feedback to the operator. LineWorks is offered as a service, or the software can be purchased with or without training for the users to perform the alignment themselves. Pixxures also offers a customized LineWorks update subscription solution, which can be utilized by customers that purchase the service and want to integrate new data into their existing data set.

Pixxures is a services company located in the Denver area, focused on developing new technologies that result in quality mapping and photogrammetry solutions for its customers. The company continuing its new technologies to speed the creation and delivery of imagery and mapping products for business decision support. For more information visit www.pixxures.com