We worked with several companies to conduct DGPS (Differential Global Positioning System) survey of lands earmarked for compensatory afforestation as per the guidelines stipulated by MoEF (Ministry of Environment & Forests). In addition to DGPS survey, these projects also involved generation of georeferenced maps of the areas of interest. These projects were conducted in Chattisgarh and Jharkhand.
Sourcing of high-resolution satellite imagery from NRSC (National Remote Sensing Centre), Hyderabad and GTS point from Survey of India
Identification of the boundary of compensatory forest area through the survey of boundary corner points and turning points using DGPS instruments
Generation of georeferenced cadastral map of the compensatory afforestation land in Shape file
Superimposition of the satellite imagery on the georeferenced cadastral map
DGPS coordinates of each base point and boundary pillars
Georeferenced cadastral map and superimposed satellite imagery indicating the surveyed boundary of the compensatory afforestation land