Posts in Category: GIS

Volumetric analysis using a mini-plane DSM

Client: Natural Resources Wales

Volumetric analysis using a mini-plane DSMexeGesIS undertook an aerial survey of a site and orthorectified and mosaicked the imagery to create a single image. We also generate a digital surface model, which was compared against lidar data to give the change in height. We then determined the volume of additional material within patches identified from the aerial photography.

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Norfolk Heritage Explorer

Client: Norfolk Historic Environment Service

Norfolk Heritage ExplorerWorking closely together with Norfolk Landscape Archaeology we developed the Norfolk Heritage Explorer, a sophisticated website making Norfolk's rich Historic Environment Record data accessible to the public. The website has recently been given a facelift, becoming the first of our heritage websites to use the mojoPortal CMS.

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Wales Coast Path Condition Survey

Client: Natural Resources Wales / Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru

Wales Coast Path LogoexeGesIS and Natural Resources Wales (NRW) undertook a 1,200 km survey of the Wales Coast Path prior to its opening. This was used to establish a baseline for the condition of the path and provide a resource for those responsible for its management. exeGesIS worked with NRW to establish the methodology for the survey.

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Highland HER Online

Client: The Highland Council

Highland HER coverageexeGesIS was commissioned by The Highland Council to migrate their existing Historic Environment Record (HER) systems into our HBSMR application platform. With an area the size of a small country, a key part of this work was to publish the HER online, to make it more accessible to Highland residents and heritage professionals.

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Creating a provisional wood-pasture and parkland inventory for England

Client: Natural England

Wood-pasture and parkland inventoryOver a series of projects exeGesIS created a spatial inventory of wood pasture and parkland in England. Data were assessed against historic maps and aerial photography, as well as modern data sources. Ground truthing was undertaken in two regions. The resulting inventory mapped 156,838 ha of wood-pasture and parkland.

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Feasibility study for the development of a Connectivity Assessment Tool for Kent and Nord-Pas de Calais

Client: Kent County Council

Habitat connectivity assessmentexeGesIS were contracted to undertake a feasibility study on the development of a tool to assess functional ecological connectivity. This involved an assessment of user needs, a review of the available methods and approaches, a stakeholder workshop to identify the preferred options and the development of a functional specification.

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Habitat and land use GIS tool

Client: Hampshire Biodiversity Information Centre (HBIC)

Habitat and land use toolThe purpose of the habitat and land-use toolkit was to maintain and update a GIS habitat layer and associated attributes in a relational database. The tool manages the link between the GIS and database, ensuring that any changes to the features or the attributes are reflected in all data.

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Carmarthenshire Greenspace analysis

Client: Carmarthenshire County Council

Carmarthenshire Greenspace analysisexeGesIS undertook an analysis of Greenspace and Public Open Space in Carmarthenshire for 21 major and 51 minor settlements to determine the percentage of the population in each settlement which passed set criteria. The results were reviewed by local authority staff via a website, allowing comments to be left and read by others.

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