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Computer program that will provide detailed images of every house, building and road to help responders

Montgomery County officials plan to use a computer program that will provide detailed images of every house, building and road to help emergency responders and improve municipal planning. Beginning next month, Pictometry, based in Rochester, N.Y., will begin taking aerial photographs of the county’s 310,000 acres. The county awarded the company a $210,000, two-year contract last week. Tom Sullivan, Department of Public Safety director, said Homeland Security funds will pay for the project. The images will be joined to form a three-dimensional map to help police, firefighters and 911 operators. Full Story

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