A geospatial reference framework for a university campus: a case study for managing student surveyed topographic data
- Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering, University of New Brunswick, Canada
Keywords: Geospatial reference framework, Topographic survey, University campus
Abstract. This presentation describes a geospatial reference framework for managing student surveyed topographic data of a university campus. This topographic data is collected annually by Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering (GGE) students at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) as part of the requirements for a UNB course. Examples of the type of features collected include: buildings, roads, sidewalks, walking paths, bike racks, parking lots and parking designation (e.g. accessibility parking). The applications and the information products built for managing this student surveyed topographic data can be viewed as a geospatial reference framework for this GGE survey camp.