Orthophotography of Indiana, (2017) --
Orthophotography of Indiana, (2017)
Shows orthophotography for 39 counties in central Indiana, collected during leaf-off conditions in 2017. The imagery is natural-color (4-band) orthophotography, with an established standard resolution of 1-foot. In 2017, thirty-one counties chose the standard 1-foot resolution, eight counties chose to upgrade to imagery with 6-inch resolution, while one county and one city chose to upgrade to imagery with 3-inch resolution:
(1-foot resolution: Adams, Blackford, Clark, Crawford, Decatur, Delaware, Fayette, Floyd, Franklin, Grant, Hamilton, Hancock, Henry, Huntington, Jay, Jefferson, Jennings, Lagrange, Lawrence, Madison, Miami, Noble, Ohio, Orange, Randolph, Ripley, Rush, Scott, Switzerland, Union, and Washington Counties)
(6-inch resolution: Dearborn, Dekalb, Gibson, Shelby, Steuben, Wayne, Wells, and Whitley Counties)
(3-inch resolution: Hamilton County, City of Shelbyville)
From 2016 to 2018, the State of Indiana is undertaking a 3-year program to acquire orthophotography (4-band RGBI, 1-foot resolution, option to buy up to 6-inch or 3-inch) for the entire state of Indiana. The program divides the state into three acquisition areas: center-portion - 24 counties (2016), eastern-portion - 39 counties (2017), and western-portion - 29 counties (2018).
Please visit the following Web page of the Indiana University Spatial Data Portal for access to downloads and more detailed information.