|By PR Newswire||
|October 19, 2016 10:00 AM EDT|
HOUSTON, Oct. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- LandWorks Inc., a developer of innovative land management solutions, has improved its Web AutoMapper online service that translates land legal descriptions into GIS-ready map polygons.
The updated Web AutoMapper features a new interface that is easier to use, including a job detail web page that lets you review and edit your polygons before you buy. Clients can now have their property polygons mapped against USLandGrid's national land base, with the option of buying land grid townships containing the mapped property.
"These changes make the Web AutoMapper even easier and more cost effective to use," said LandWorks President Jerry Bramwell. "Anyone with a need to create land maps can do so in just a few minutes at minimal cost."
For about 20 percent of the cost of manual mapping, Web AutoMapper has simplified land records mapping in the oil & gas, renewable energy, mining, banking, utility, pipeline, state/local government, telecommunications, transportation, water and real estate sectors. The cost to map a legal parcel description with Web AutoMapper is $2 per polygon with the USLandGrid offered at just $7 per PLSS Township.
"The USLandGrid data provides the tie between a legal description and the geography of that parcel of land," said USLandGrid Vice President of Sales Anthony Ford. "Producing polygons this way allows you to get your land positions on a map for critical analysis using the GIS."
"LandWorks selected USLandGrid for inclusion in Web AutoMapper because it is the best basemap available for any industry or profession to use in mapping property legal descriptions," said Bramwell. "An important benefit of the USLandGrid is that its data layers are continuously updated as more accurate survey data becomes available."
LandWorks first introduced Web AutoMapper in 2013 as an inexpensive, fast and easy method of processing many types of standard property descriptions and converting them into digital map polygons. Legal descriptions that would take days or weeks to map manually can be processed in minutes with this online software-as-a-service application.
A customer simply logs onto Web AutoMapper at www.LandWorks.com/automapper and creates an account. The user then submits an Excel spreadsheet containing one or hundreds of legal descriptions in Jeffersonian Township/Range or Texas Survey/Abstract formats. Within seconds, Web AutoMapper provides an onscreen report detailing which polygons can be generated, which cannot, and shows an overview of the mapped polygons aligned to the USLandGrid.
If the customer decides to proceed, a credit card is provided. For customers who don't already own the Grid, they have the option of buying it by the township along with their mapped polygons.
Web AutoMapper generates a zip file of the purchased polygons and USLandGrid townships either in Esri shapefile or file geodatabase format in NAD 83 or 27 for direct download into Esri ArcGIS software as well as other popular mapping systems, such as IHS Petra, IHS Kingdom and LMKR GeoGraphix.
As a Cloud-based application, Web AutoMapper brings the full power of the standalone LandWorks AutoMapper software to every level of digital map user via the Internet. Introduced in 2002, the onsite AutoMapper package is purchased by an organization and sits behind their firewall as a production-grade GIS mapping tool. The software is used extensively by organizations that must manage large tracts of land and keep property records up to date, such as local governments, energy companies and natural resource management entities.
About LandWorks, Inc. (www.landworks.com)
LandWorks, an Esri Gold Business Partner, provides software and services utilizing Esri® GIS technology. Since 1995, the company's primary focus has been providing software products and services for managing any type of land right in any industry including oil and gas, mining, pipelines, telecommunications, electric/gas utilities, wind energy, transportation and water. With offices in Houston and Denver, LandWorks also offers fast, accurate mapping and data entry of land rights agreements, and has one of the largest GIS land mapping service staffs in the U.S.
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SOURCE LandWorks Inc.
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