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Section 3 - Business Applications

3.  Business Applications

    3.8.           Geospatial Systems

        3.8.1     Creating Geospatial Data

            3.8.1.1     Software Platforms and Data Formats

            3.8.1.2     Layer Naming Conventions

            3.8.1.3     Attribute Column Names

            3.8.1.4     Symbology

            3.8.1.5     Map Projections

        3.8.2     Grids and Coordinate Systems

        3.8.3     Remote Sensing

        3.8.4     Cartographic Standards

            3.8.4.1     Required Map Elements

        3.8.5     Global Positioning System (GPS)

        3.8.6     Surveying

        3.8.7     Emergency Management

            3.8.7.1     State Standard Map Templates

            3.8.7.2     Emergency Response GIS Electronic Asset Sets   

        3.8.8     Master Address File (MAF) and Street Centerline File

            3.8.8.1     Creating Geocoded Data

            3.8.8.2      Address Management Policy

        3.8.9     Geospatial Metadata

            3.8.9.1     Geospatial Metadata Standard

            3.8.9.2     Creating, Updating and Maintaining Geospatial Metadata

        3.8.10     Data Maintenance and Quality Control Process

            3.8.10.1    Data Steward Roles and Responsibilities

            3.8.10.2    Data Maintenance Agreement

            3.8.10.3    Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) Procedures

            3.8.10.4    Non-Compliance with Data Maintenance Agreement

        3.8.13    Accessing Data

            3.8.13.1    Available GIS Applications

            3.8.13.2    Data Available for Download

            3.8.13.3    Web Services

        3.8.14    GIS Software and Licensing Policy

        3.8.15    GIS Resources

           

 

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