Data Development

To promote the development and accessibility of GIS data in Missouri

Mission:

The committee’s focus is to assess the geospatial data needs in the state of Missouri, develop plans of action to meet those needs, and work to ensure that the data meets those needs. The data development subcommittee is committed to making all geospatial data discoverable and available to the general public through the State’s spatial data clearinghouse.

Background:

The Data Development subcommittee is primarily concerned with the framework data themes as defined by Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC), and by the MGISAC. The federal data themes include: Orthoimagery, Elevation, Cadastral, Transportation, Hydrography, Administrative Boundaries, and Geodetic Control. The Missouri data themes include Geology, Land Cover, Soils, and Critical Infrastructure.

To encourage the development and maintenance of the geospatial data, the subcommittee will identify and support data stewards for those framework data themes and seek opportunities for partnerships to advance and sustain these efforts.

The Data Development subcommittee held its first meeting on July 8, 2008 to facilitate discussions about data development efforts and data needs. The subcommittee successfully engaged partners to acquire two-foot resolution leaf-off imagery for the eastern side of Missouri in 2007, and will acquire imagery for the remainder of the state in 2008. The 2008 flight includes buy-up options for higher resolution imagery for cities, counties, and regional planning organizations.

Team Members

Jason Warzinik, Boone County (Chair) Buster Schrage, City of Jefferson (NG911/Addressing Lead)
Martin Wills, MSDIS Debbie Briedwell, SEMA
Lauren Voelker, St Louis Co Michael Weller, DNR
Tony Spicci, DOC Melisa McLean, St. Louis County
Stan Balsman, SE RPC Andy Wagner, Maryland Heights
Steve Marsh, City of Lee’s Summit Tim Donze, Surdex
Mark Duewell, St Charles County  Kirk Larson, Midland GIS
Arnold Williams, OGI

2014-2015 Statewide Imagery ProjectFly Missouri Imagery Logo
The state contract has been designed for local government; four contractors have been pre-qualified allowing state and local government to obtain bids from each contractor without having to go through the Request for Proposals (RFP) process. For details please visit www.flymoimagery.com

2011 Annual Plan:
2011 Annual Plan

LiDAR Standards:
USGS LiDAR Spec 1.0

LiDAR White Paper:
Click here to read the LiDAR White Paper

LiDAR Status in Missouri

LiDAR Stakeholders Meeting of June 18,2010

ARCHER

Airborne Real time Cueing Hyperspectral Enhanced Reconnaissance (ARCHER) is a custom-designed system of hyperspectral imaging hardware and software. It utilizes an on-board processing system to apply sophisticated detection algorithms to spectral image data in real time.
The Archer Working Group provides a forum for agencies and researchers to exchange information on promising applications and share analytical techniques.

Minutes

NHD Stewardship