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Posts in Category: CAMS

Managing Common Land and Village Greens using CAMS

Client: Powys Council

Managing Common Land and Village Greens with CAMSWorking with Powys Council, we developed a new module for CAMS to allow users to manage the Register of Common Land and Village Greens. This new module makes it easy for them to fulfil their statutory duties in this area. The solution integrates GIS mapping of the Common Land and Village Green parcels with full information on the land ownership, rights holders, rights particulars and more.

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Integrating Legal Orders into CAMS

Client: Bridgend County Borough Council

Updating rights of way mappingexeGesIS successfully incorporated the changes made by over 140 public path orders into the digital map layer, and linked the scanned order files to records in CAMS. This provided the client with an effective, efficient tool to help manage their rights of way.

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Wrexham CAMS Mobile Survey

Client: Wrexham County Borough Council

Wrexham CAMS Mobile SurveyThis survey of around 140km of public rights of way in Wrexham marks the first use of our new CAMS Mobile solution on a large structured survey.

 

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Managing a Commons and Village Greens Registry

Client: Ceredigion County Council

Managing Common Land and Village Greens in CAMSCeredigion County Council are using CAMS to manage their Register of Common Land and Village Greens. Site boundaries are mapped and information held on ownership and the rights exercised across the sites. Because the system is shared with ROW staff, management of the sites can be integrated with access management.

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Survey of a new footpath with high precision GPS

Client: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority

Footpath survey with precision GPSPembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority had a new footpath dedicated by a landowner. ExeGesIS were asked to capture the precise line of the path on the ground using GPS to add the route to their digital Definitive Map, held in their CAMS application.

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Powys Definitive Map Digitisation - Breconshire/Radnorshire

Client: Powys County Council

Powys footpath - Offa's DykeThe definitive map data relating to rights of way in Breconshire and Radnorshire was out of date, and exeGesIS was asked to assist Powys County  Council with two project to update and correct this data for Breconshire and Radnorshire, using data from multiple sources to do so.

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CAMS Web Volunteer Module – South Downs Way Surveyors

Client: South Downs National Park Authority

South Downs National Park Countryside Access Management System CAMS WebEarly in 2014 exeGesIS completed a base line survey of the 200 km long South Downs Way. We provided a website for online entry of condition survey information, which was uploaded directly to our CAMS software for analysis and reporting. National Park Officers were also able to assign additional tasks to volunteers through the website.

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Kintyre Way: Survey and CAMS Provision

Client: Argyl & Bute Council / The Long and Winding Way

Kintyre Way - survey and CAMS provisionThe Kintyre Way is a long-distance trail around the Kintyre Peninsula in Scotland, managed by a partnership of Argyll & Bute Council and The Long and Winding Way organisation. In 2013, exeGesIS assisted in setting up the management system for the trail, providing training to the trail managers and a full baseline survey of the trail.

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Developing CAMS Mobile

Client: Central Bedfordshire Council

Developing CAMS MobileWorking with Central Bedfordshire Council, exeGesIS developed a mobile solution for data collection in the field. This presented us with a number of technical challenges, including how to synchronise with CAMS data and how to work "offline" when there is no mobile or wifi signal. The result has been a highly robust and flexible application.

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Pennine Bridleway Survey

Client: Natural England

Pennine Bridleway SurveyIn early 2014, exeGesIS worked with Natural England on a baseline survey of the 330 km long Pennine Bridleway,  the only National Trail designed primarily for use by horse riders. This work involved developing the survey methodology, provision of survey equipment and technical support, and analysis of the data collected on the survey.

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