Topography of a place is its landscape, geography and countryside, or in other words it can be shape of a plot or the features found on it. A surveys company is often asked to carry out Topographical Surveys for clients as they intend to effectively utilize the land for development of a project. The purpose of a topographic survey is to collect survey data about the natural and man-made features of the land, as well as its elevations. Topographic maps are used to show elevations and grading features for architects, engineers, and building contractors .
Bathymetric or Hydrographic are both terms referring to submarine topography and are sometimes used interchangeably. Bathymetry is the foundation of the science of hydrography, which measures the physical features of a water body. Hydrography includes not only bathymetry, but also the shape and features of the shoreline, the characteristics of tides, currents, and waves, and the physical and chemical properties of the water itself.
RCE has been providing Bathymetric heights, river bed profiling/ cross-section for generation of the Hydrographic model.
GIS Data Conversion
R.C.E. specializes in the data conversion (digitization) of Parcel mapping, Building foot prints for Tax planning, Municipal G.I.S data mapping, sanitary sewer, Storm water, and Electrical utility systems, Street centerline.
RCE provides interoperable, scalable, and flexible Land Property Information Management (LPIM) solutions and services to the federal and state governments, title and credit services industry, LPIM professionals and governments use for land use planning, land records management and administration, property conveyancing and transactions, and implementation of land policy & reforms.
Creation of large, complex geospatial databases for land registration, feature validation of the remediated parcels, Cadastre and land-use planning Development and maintenance of land information systems and solutions.
As part of our quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) program, we utilize a combination of manual and automated validation techniques to ensure the digital data layers meet national mapping standards for horizontal accuracy and attribute values.