November 19, 2008 -- Lakewood, CO- Digital Data Services, Inc. (DDS) announced that it has been awarded a contract with the State of Colorado Department of Natural Resources-Colorado Geological Survey for data conversion and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data delivery. Under the agreement, DDS will scan, georeference, digitize, and attribute 400 hard-copy maps showing coal mine boundaries, subsidence hazard boundaries, and mine contours. The delivered data will be released to county governments and other municipalities for land use studies on new developments.
For additional information regarding Digital Data Services, Inc., please visit www.usgsquads.com or contact DDS toll-free at 1-866-DDS-SCAN (866-337-7226).
About Digital Data Services, Inc.
Digital Data Services, Inc. (DDS) is a CAD and GIS consulting firm that combines state of the art technology, proprietary processes and procedures, and a highly trained staff to produce top quality electronic files from hard copy documents. DDS is located across the street from the Earth Science Information Center (ESIC)/Map Sales Building in Denver, Colorado. Their close proximity to the USGS and vast experience in providing custom mapping solutions enable them to quickly service client requests. From custom map scanning and georectification to converting paper maps into fully attributed vector data for GIS systems, DDS can assist their clients with virtually any digital mapping request.
Digital Data Services, Inc.
10920 W. Alameda, Suite 200
Lakewood, CO 80226