In 2009, ACOG spearheaded the Central Oklahoma Alliance of Government Agencies (COAGA) regional orthophotography project. The project was undertaken as a cost-sharing initiative for ACOG’s member entities. In total, twelve local communities and government agencies participated in the project.
The imagery was captured in early spring 2010. The resulting product was leaf-off, color, ortho-rectified imagery covering the OCARTS region delivered in 3-inch, 6-inch, or 1-foot resolution.
ACOG’s role in the project was to provide project management by overseeing the proposal development, bid process, and contracting for those participating. Since the initial project, ACOG has continued to act as project lead for regional orthophotography initiatives, recently coordinating a second flight.
To see the 2010 COAGA aerial imagery, visit ACOG’s interactive mapping application.