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National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP). W. Geoffrey Gabbott, Chief Contracting Officer USDA FSA Aerial Photography Field Office Salt Lake City, Utah Geospatial ’09 Snowbird Conference Center. NAIP – Past, Present, and Future. NAIP Background and History 5 Year Cycle > 3 Year Cycle

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national agriculture imagery program naip

National AgricultureImagery Program (NAIP)

W. Geoffrey Gabbott, Chief Contracting Officer

USDA FSA Aerial Photography Field Office

Salt Lake City, Utah

Geospatial ’09

Snowbird Conference Center

naip past present and future
NAIP – Past, Present,and Future
  • NAIP Background and History
  • 5 Year Cycle > 3 Year Cycle
  • Current Status – 2009 Task Order
  • Future Directions

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what is naip
What is NAIP?

What is the National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP)?

NAIP is an annual program to acquire peak growing season “leaf on” orthoimagery, and deliver this imagery to USDA Service Centers and partners.

The goal of NAIP is to collect 1 meter DOQQ based imagery for the entire conterminous United States. The imagery is either natural color or “four band” imagery, and is delivered in the year of acquisition.

ALL IMAGERY PLACED IN PUBLIC DOMAIN

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where did naip begin
Where did NAIP begin?
  • 2002 Pilot compared 35mm slides to imagery from mapping cameras
    • 1m – ortho-rectified
    • 2m - geo-rectified

Test projects began in 2002

Several test projects were conducted in 2002 comparing the utility of various sources of image acquisition, including 35mm slide photography, small format digital cameras, and precision mapping cameras. It was determined that large format mapping cameras best met the NAIP requirements.

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who acquires the naip imagery
Who acquires the NAIP imagery?

Private Companies with High Performance Aircraft

NAIP imagery is currently acquired by 6 prime contractors with many types of high performance aircraft that have ABGPS and IMU navigation and orientation systems meeting precise standards.

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how is the naip imagery acquired
How is the NAIP imagery acquired?

Precision Cameras and Sensors

Camera systems, both digital and film, acquire photography to meet the standards and specifications as identified in the contract. The imagery is then processed and orthorectified to produce the final NAIP products.

Zeiss RMK TOP 15 Film Camera

Leica ADS40 Digital Scanner

DMC Digital Frame Camera

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2003

2004

2005

2006

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NAIP – Past, Present,and Future
  • NAIP Background and History
  • 5 Year Cycle > 3 Year Cycle
  • Current Status – 2009 Task Order
  • Future Directions

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3 year naip cycle
3 Year NAIP Cycle

3 Year Program Strategy:

  • Acquire 1m imagery only, discontinue 2m
  • Provide consistent scheduling of states
  • Stabilize funding levels
  • FSA will fund agriculture lands
  • Partners provide “buy-up” funding
    • Complete state coverage
    • 4-band buy-up
  • Minimum partner contribution is 10% of FSA cost or $21,500, whichever is greater
  • NAIP Partners also have secondary contract opportunities with selected contractor

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3 Year Cycle

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NAIP – Past, Present,and Future
  • NAIP Background and History
  • 5 Year Cycle > 3 Year Cycle
  • Current Status – 2009 Task Order
  • Future Directions

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2009 TASK ORDER RFP PRIORITIES

PRIORITY 1

PRIORITY 2

PRIORITY 3

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Areas Awarded:

17 States

81,435 DOQQs

Oregon and New York added to 2009 coverage

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naip camera trends
NAIP Camera Trends

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NAIP – Past, Present,and Future
  • NAIP Background and History
  • 5 Year Cycle > 3 Year Cycle
  • Current Status – 2009 Task Order
  • Future Directions

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future directions of naip
Future Directions of NAIP

NAIP has evolved from film/scans to direct digital acquisition

Secondary contracts between partners and NAIP contractors are allowed, subject to FSA approval

Higher resolution imagery recognized as a growing user requirement

Improvement of NAIP imagery delivery systems

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for more naip information
For more NAIP Information

Visit our website:

www.apfo.usda.gov

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