VCGI is pleased to announce the rollout of more lidar image services covering all or parts of Addison, Bennington, Chittenden, Franklin, Grand Isle, Lamoille, Orleans, Rutland, Washington, Rutland and parts of Caledonia and Orange Counties. The remaining area should have services by the end of 2017. The links below will take you directly to the Rest Endpoint Page for each service. If you are not sure what to do with a Rest Endpoint Page, check out our help video on the topic:
- Lidar-based ASPECT, State Plane Coordinate System, Not Cached – http://maps.vcgi.vermont.gov/arcgis/rest/services/EGC_services/IMG_VCGI_LIDARASPECT_SP_NOCACHE_v1/ImageServer
- Lidar-based ASPECTSYM (Pre-symbolized), State Plan Coordinate System, Not Cached – http://maps.vcgi.vermont.gov/arcgis/rest/services/EGC_services/IMG_VCGI_LIDARASPECTSYM_SP_NOCACHE_v1/ImageServer
- Lidar-based SLOPE (Percent Rise), State Plan Coordinate System, Not Cached –http://maps.vcgi.vermont.gov/arcgis/rest/services/EGC_services/IMG_VCGI_LIDARSLOPE_SP_NOCACHE_v1/ImageServer
- Lidar-based SLOPESYM (Percent Rise – Pre-symbolized), State Plan Coordinate System, Not Cached –http://maps.vcgi.vermont.gov/arcgis/rest/services/EGC_services/IMG_VCGI_LIDARSLOPESYM_SP_NOCACHE_v1/ImageServer
- VCGI is aware that both slope services descriptions erroneously refer to the service units as “degree slope”, when in fact they are “percent slope”. Technical issues are blocking our efforts to correct the description. Thank you for your patience in the meantime.
- Both the ASPECT and SLOPE image services were intentionally published with the default gray scale color ramp to support flexibility for the user. For details on how you can generate derivatives on the fly using this service, please watch the March 2017 webinar on how to use the new lidar imagery services, The Powerpoint used is posted here
- The ASPECTSYM and SLOPESYM image services were published with pre-determined color ramps (that cannot be changed) to provide users with a “cartographic ready” option.
- ASPECT and SLOPE data used in these services are not yet completely available for download (soon!)