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Wales bait digging survey

Client: Natural Resources Wales

Bait diggingExegesis were contracted to establish whether aerial imagery from UAVs could be used to investigate the spatial and temporal extent of bait digging at selected sites in Wales.

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Morfa Friog Coastal Realignment Project saltmarsh vegetation monitoring

Client: Natural Resources Wales

Morfa Friog saltmarsh monitoringExegesis was contracted to establish vegetation monitoring at a saltmarsh coastal realignment site. This required the collection of high resolution aerial imagery, quadrat based vegetation survey, mapping in GIS and production of a detailed report.

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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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Gower hedgerow mapping

Client: City and County of Swansea Council

Mapping the Gower's hedgerowsWe created a hedgerow map for the Gower based upon Ordnance Survey MasterMap and aerial photograph interpretation. The resulting dataset contained 22,370 features of which 17,013 were thought to be hedges.

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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 Section 31(6) Deposit Digitisation

Client: Powys County Council

Section 31(6) DepositIn order to meet Welsh Government requirements for planning application searches Powys County Council required their Section 31(6) deposits to be available as digital data. Exegesis SDM were contracted to create a digital layer and associated scanned deposit documents.

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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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Wales Active Travel project

Client: Welsh Government

The Wales Active Travel Act required Local Authorities (LAs) to produce a route map of existing safe footpaths and cycle-ways for their designated areas. Data would then become part of the national Active Travel map for Wales focusing resources on linking residential areas with schools, town centres, leisure locations and other walking and cycling destinations. Exegesis staff were tasked with providing a cost-effective web-mapping solution to enable the collation and management of this information.

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Production of a provisional inventory of Open Mosaic Habitat on Previously Developed Land in England

Client: Natural England

Open Mosaic Habitat inventory refinementExegesis were contracted to create and refine a complete provisional inventory of Open Mosaic Habitat (OMH) in England. We used a combination of available data sources and aerial photograph interpretation to accurately map possible OMH, also capturing information on the confidence that OMH was present.

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Fisher Knowledge Questionnaire Update

Client: Bangor University Fisheries and Conservation Science Group

Fisher Knowledge Questionnaire UpdateExegesis SDM were contracted by Bangor University to adapt the FishMap Mon data capture tool for ArcGIS so that they could use it to capture data for their Fisher Knowledge Questionnaire.
 

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