project, a suite of 20 unique FME workspaces were developed to translate over 850 data sets, creating a structured, seamless and consistent GIS parcel feature - something no other single agency had yet to accomplish. The presentation will highlight how the FME workspaces utilize numerous techniques to improve source data by transforming, conflating, edge-match snapping, converting line strings to true circular arcs, creating feature class annotation from CAD, mapping and standardizing attributes, and by harmonizing linear boundaries with underlying parcels.
Kathy Irwin (MNCL)
FME World Tour 2011
AEC (Architecture Engineering and Construction)