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  • Collected as part of the 2010-11 CIP, this 12cm orthorectified visible band photography covers selected localities within Surfcoast Shire

  • This project covers the Wangaratta LGA with a 2km buffer. This is part of the 2007 North East and Alpine Project, RFQ 12-2006-7. This orthophotography consists of 3 band true-colour visible images and is available as a set of 218 x 5km TFF tiles and an ECW mosaic.

  • Full waveform LiDAR and orthorectified aerial photography were captured over the six Victorian alpine resorts between November 2011 and January 2012. The LiDAR was used to generate a 1m gridded digitial elevation model and 0.5 metre contours with a vertical accuracy of +/- 20cm. Road centre lines and building footprints within the resort areas were also created from the aerial photography. The primary purpose of this information is to inform the assement of bushfire risk and planning of new development in the alpine resort areas.

  • Photography for flooded areas June 2012

  • Steavenson Taggert River Photography

  • The DOT Multi-Temporal Asset Monitoring project was commissioned to supply imagery over approximately a 3800 square kilometre project area to assist the Department of Transport with its rail asset monitoring program. There will be four seasonal captures (summer, autumn, winter, spring) over the rail asset monitoring project area. The capture area has been divided into 11 delivery areas and mosaics for ease of supply. The 11 delivery areas are: 01-sunbury, 02-cragieburn, 03-melton, 04-essendon, 05-heidelberg, 06-lilydale, 07-werribee, 08-oakleigh, 09-belgrave, 10-cranbourne, 11-pakenham and the mosaics for each of these will be date stamped with the earliest date of photography which makes up that seasonal capture.

  • A 133km2 subset of the 2011 Melbourne Structural Vegetation LiDAR Project was reprocessed to increase the vertical accuracy from +/-20cm to +/-10cm RMSE. In addition to improving the vertical accuracy, the data was levelled to and merged with the existing adjacent +/-10cm vertical accuracy projects. Only DTM products were merged. The source LiDAR data has been adjusted within the Area of Interest only. The LiDAR was not reclassified as part of this reprocessing project.

  • Murray Goldfields FRB areas

  • This CIP project is for an RGB & IR aerial photography capture over a section the Barmah-Millewa Forest. The photography will used by DELWP's Arthur Rylah Institute to map the extent of Moira Grass across a number of sites within the project area.

  • This 4-band, high resolution aerial photography project was conducted by DELWPs Coordinated Imagery Program on behalf of the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation (GMTOAC) and Forest, Fire, Management Victoria. This project covers the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape including Lake Condah, the Budj Bim National Park and the Mt.Eccles lava flow down to the southern coast and also includes coverage of the 2020 wildfire that occurred within the Budj Bim National Park. Photography is considered culturally sensitive and requires permission by the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation for access.