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LARIAC

The Los Angeles Region Imagery Acquisition Consortium (LARIAC) Program is a collaborative acquisition program for digital aerial imagery data which has included the participation of 30+ County departments, 40+ municipalities, and many other public agencies.

The Consortium is a model for regional cooperation that improves the quality, access, and cost-effectiveness of high resolution digital aerial imagery. Knowledge transfer is increased through consortium program meetings, user groups, and various workshops that have been established in conjunction with the project. The imagery acquired will enable all participating jurisdictions to leverage this key geographic information asset for numerous decision support and business applications, thereby facilitating the effective and efficient delivery of services.

LARIAC5 is the most current iteration of the program.  Imagery capture was from early 2017.

 

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LARIAC5’s vendor (EagleView) and their subcontractors provide a number of items outside the scope of LARIAC, but which can be acquired through our existing contract, dramatically reducing acquisition times. EagleView has created a flyer that briefly discusses these items in case you are interested (optional products – listed above).

 

LARIAC Project Director

Steven J. Steinberg, Ph.D., GISP
Geographic Information Officer (GIO)
County of Los Angeles Internal Services Department
SSteinberg@isd.lacounty.gov (562) 392-7126

LARIAC Project Manager

TBD

 

 

LARIAC Outreach Manager

Nick Franchino, GISP
GIS Manager, Regional Planning Dept.
nfranchino@planning.lacounty.gov (213) 893-0881