North Carolina Chooses the Carbon Project to Develop an Online Cadastral Data Exchange
The Carbon Project today announced it has been selected by the State of North Carolina, Office of Information Technology Services for a contract to develop an Integrated Cadastral Data Exchange.
The project, funded by a grant from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), will feature tools to transform North Carolina county parcel boundaries into standard, integrated datasets, and share online data services with EPA’s Environmental Information Exchange Network and with users of the NC OneMap Geospatial Portal.
“This deployment will provide a data service many levels of government can use,” said Jeff Harrison, CEO of The Carbon Project. “We look forward to bringing our latest cloud-based platform and the skills of our teammates,
Atlas Geographic Data of Wilmington, NC and Fairview Industries of Pendleton, SC, to this important effort.”
The North Carolina Center for Geographic Information and Analysis (CGIA) is managing the project in partnership with Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, the NC Working Group for Seamless Parcels, NC Department of Transportation,
NC Department of the Secretary of State, NC Department of Public Safety, with participation by 25 North Carolina counties and guidance from the NC Geographic Information Coordinating Council and the Statewide Mapping
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About The Carbon Project
The Carbon Project is a high-energy software and technology company pioneering cloud computing, data analytics, information sharing and Geosocial Networking solutions to solve tomorrow’s infrastructure, environmental and national security challenges. The company serves businesses, software developers and government agencies that need real-time mapping solutions, or simply use geospatial data. The Carbon Project is a privately owned company backed by individual investors. For more information please visit www.TheCarbonProject.com.