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Geospatial Positioning Accuracy Standards - Part 1: Reporting Methodology

Project information includes document number, maintenance authority, objective, scope, sponsor(s), and project history, including downloads of key documents.

Document number

FGDC-STD-007.1-1998


Maintenance authority

National Geodetic Survey

Objectives

To provide consistency in reporting the accuracy of point geospatial data collected by different activities (e.g., geodetic surveying, topographic mapping, bathymetric mapping, facilities management mapping, cadastral surveying, etc.) and develop a FGDC document with a single methodology that defines how to report the positional accuracy for all point geospatial data collected, produced, or disseminated by the Federal government and the Nation.

Scope

This project only pertains to developing a reporting methodology for the accuracy of point spatial data. It does not involve other standards aspects of point spatial data, e.g., data transfer, data collection, etc. This project involves all FGDC subcommittees and/or work groups since all spatial data will contain a statement describing the accuracy of these point data. While all of FGDC will be involved in developing the specifics of their individual data accuracy, a single overriding methodology is desired. This standard applies to point-specific data only, not other types of accuracy such as for area, lines, attributes, and raster data.

Sponsored by

Federal Geodetic Control Subcommittee

Project history

Document type
Version
Date Custodian
Proposal

FGDC Standards Working Group
Draft
1996-12 FGDC Standards Working Group
Comment adjudication log

1998-04 FGDC Steering Committee
FGDC-endorsed standard (PDF)

1998 FGDC Steering Committee
Last Updated: Jun 07, 2007 01:04 PM
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