Sanborn wins mapping projects in North Carolina, Georgia and California

Sanborn wins mapping projects in North Carolina, Georgia and California

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Gary Eaton, senior vice president of Sanborn, has announced that the company has won contracts for four mapping projects in three states including North Carolina, Georgia, and California. Sanborn’s Charlotte, North Carolina office will perform the work.

The first two projects are for the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Re-selected by the DOT for its annual statewide mapping initiative, Sanborn will provide professional photogrammetric mapping services for the entire state, which encompasses 52,669 square miles. The DOT will use the data to aid highway design, which includes road improvements and the development of new routes for the state, which is the 11th most populous in the U.S.

In a separate contract, Sanborn will provide helicopter and airborne GPS/Inertial Navigation System (INS) aerial photography services and high accuracy profile mapping for NCDOT. The AGPS/INS photography will be used to develop design-scale digital mapping and digital orthophoto imagery. The low altitude helicopter photography will be used to develop high accuracy road profiles data conforming to survey grade accuracy standards. The information Sanborn provides will help the NCDOT in its efforts to develop a more integrated, multimodal transportation system to meet the demands of the 21st century. Sanborn has earned NCDOT’s highest-ranked subcontractor status for the last three years.