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September 29th, 2008
Digital Topographical Base Mapping Service Sets New Industry Standard for Accuracy, Speed, and Price

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PR — New View Digital Mapping’s team of surveyors and engineers has
developed an innovative software application that incorporates highly
accurate and reliable digital data from multiple sources into the
production of extremely precise topographic maps, meshes, 3D solids,
hydrological studies, flow arrow maps, and earthwork studies. This
technological breakthrough increases accuracy, lowers costs, and
results in faster delivery time. New View Digital Mapping is currently
offering their digital mapping services to a limited number of land
developers, civil engineering firms, government agencies, and
environmental engineering firms.

In the past, surveyors employed photogrammetry or GPS lock points,
logging between ten and several hundred data points per acre over a
site to create a conventional topographical map. These results were
then compared to nearby benchmarks and assigned specific values. If
these "golden landmarks" were inaccurate, the map maker had to find
other spots via bearings, which could introduce even more inaccuracies.
The data set was then sent to a contour generating program and 3-6
weeks later, a topographical map was delivered for $2,000 – $8,000 per
acre, sometimes uncoordinated and without the digital data in CAD

Today, with the advent of digital satellite imaging, the bar has been
raised when it comes to creating topographical maps. Gone is
yesterday’s standard of 50-150 points – which may be relatively exact
(as compared to a landmark), with the rest coming from interpolation
that can be as far as 20% off from true elevation. That has been
replaced by today’s standard set by New View Digital Mapping services
that produce topographical maps with 5,000 data points within 0.2% of
true elevation via a DEM (Digital Elevation Model).

For a limited time, New View Digital Mapping is offering new clients
a high quality digital topographic map of any property (up to fifteen
acres) anywhere on the planet for $2,000. The company’s engineers will
run proprietary analyses on the parcel/project, and within 72 hours
produce a topo map ready for review on the company web site. Upon
receipt of payment a high quality digital map and coordinated aerial
images with boundary lines will be delivered to the client. For more
information visit: New View Digital Mapping or call (858) 273-0882.

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