Digital Land: Integrating Technology Into the Land Planning Process
Its your complete guide to design and planning as they relate to land and how digital technology fits into the process. Digital Land, Integrating Technology into the Land Planning Process, explains what digital tools are used to collect, assemble, and analyze information used to assess the suitability of both development and preservation. It also covers scales of planning -- including regional, community, and neighborhood projects -- and shows how digital tools can be used to complete those projects better and faster. Case studies offer sound examples of how digital and traditional tools were used in specific planning projects. This book is ideal if you make or are interested in decisions about the use of land in your neighborhood, community, or region.
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Gathering Digital Data
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3D modeling accuracy AECOM aerial analysis applications ArcGIS architecture areas AutoCAD building CAD and GIS CAD drawing CAD programs Center CommunityViz data mining database decisions design and planning design process digital data digital technology digital tools EDAW EDSA enterprise GIS environmental ESRI example Figure firm Geller DeVellis geographic geographic information systems geospatial data GIS data GIS programs Global Positioning Systems Google Earth graphics illustrate imagery images impact integrate interactive Internet land planning landforms landscape architects layer LIDAR Massachusetts metadata neighborhood parcel Park photographs Photoshop Pictometry planners and designers planning and design planning process produce proposed raster Sasaki Associates satellite scale scientific visualization server simulations SketchUp spatial standards storage survey techniques terrain modeling typically urban users USGS visual Web mining Web-based wireless zoning