MultiVision USA Delivers Oblique Imagery to Pasco County, Fla., for Property Appraisal

ORLANDO, Fla., 9 October 2006 — MultiVision USA, a provider of high-resolution oblique imagery and 3D viewing software, recently delivered oblique aerial photography to Pasco County, Fla. The county will use the imagery and viewing software for property appraisal, public safety and other local government activities.

MultiVision USA uses an advanced aerial imaging system to acquire high-resolution oblique imagery for use in property appraisal, assessment and other applications that benefit from multi-perspective and 3D viewing capabilities. With the photography completed, Pasco County now owns high-resolution 3D imagery for approximately 300 square miles of territory, covering the most highly populated areas of the county, which incorporates 750 square miles.

Mike Wells, Pasco County's Property Appraiser, said his staff of 72 people will use the system to find improvements made to houses and buildings without permits that may affect their property values. In addition, the new imagery will be put to use by the School Board, County Commissioners, and Public Safety Department.

Before selecting MultiVision USA, which is a subsidiary of Aerial Cartographics of America (ACA), Wells first considered another system: “I had worked with ACA on an aerial photography project to create map books and was very pleased with the quality of their work and with their customer service. When I called MultiVision USA, I discovered their pricing was very affordable,” he said, “so between that and the quality they were able to provide, the choice was clear.”

The license purchased by Pasco County allows use of the system by all county government agencies. Two cities within the county have also received copies of the MultiVision 3D viewing software. Dade City will use the system to identify areas to focus on for restoration and historic preservation regulations. The City of New Port Richey will likely use it to find un-permitted building work and for public safety purposes. The local school board intends to use the system for inventory management.

“The Pasco Board of County Commissioners and its GIS and Engineering departments are particularly excited by our system’s ability to show the elevation of any point on the ground or on a building simply by pointing the cursor on the imagery,” said Dave Ledgerwood, MultiVision USA President. “Other systems offering oblique imagery offer less capability for the money invested.”

MultiVision software integrates oblique and ortho aerial photos into a single database and provides onscreen tools to measure vertical and horizontal structures, such as building facades, backyard patios and terrain features from any angle or direction. The tools are used in a variety of applications, from property assessment to civil planning. The software works directly with all GIS-based applications, allowing for the importing and exporting of additional data layers without third-party software.

About MultiVision USA

The MultiVision imagery database and software provide several advantages over other oblique aerial products. MultiVision processing technology registers the oblique images to standard orthophotography to create a multi-dimensional viewing environment in the end user’s chosen coordinate system, resulting in accurate feature identification, navigation and measurement. In addition, the MultiVision software provides easy-to-use 3D modeling functionality. Perhaps most importantly, MultiVision clients own the imagery they purchase from MultiVision USA.

Contact Information:
MultiVision USA
Dave Ledgerwood, President
6220 South Orange Blossom Trail
Suite 134
Orlando, FL 32809

Read the complete story ...

Review Article Be the first to review this article


Featured Video
SYSTEMS INTEGRATOR for Palm Beach County Human Resources at West Palm Beach, FL
Developer-Support-Implementation Engineer for EDA Careers at San Francisco Area, CA
Solidworks Product Designer for NASCENT Technology at Charlotte, NC
CAD/CAM Regional Account Manager (Pacific Northwest) for Vero Software Inc. at Seattle, WA
Upcoming Events
Symposium: The use of drones in agriculture and management of resources and development plans at 112 RUE RADHIA HADDAD TUNIS TUNIS Tunisia - Apr 26 - 28, 2017
8th International Summer School on Applied Geoinformatics for Society and Environment: Crisis and Disaster Management at University of Tehran, Kish International Campus Kish Island Iran - Apr 29 - 4, 2017
UGIC CONFERENCE 2017 at Park City Utah - May 8 - 12, 2017
GEOINT2017 - Countless CAD add-ons, plug-ins and more.

Internet Business Systems © 2017 Internet Business Systems, Inc.
595 Millich Dr., Suite 216, Campbell, CA 95008
+1 (408)-337-6870 — Contact Us, or visit our other sites:
AECCafe - Architectural Design and Engineering EDACafe - Electronic Design Automation TechJobsCafe - Technical Jobs and Resumes  MCADCafe - Mechanical Design and Engineering ShareCG - Share Computer Graphic (CG) Animation, 3D Art and 3D Models
  Privacy Policy