On July 14, 2009 USACE N.O. District awarded DQSI a Wetlands Delineations Recovery Scanning Project. DQSI provided all necessary labor, tools, equipment and materials (except for government-furnished parts) (GFP) to perform the following tasks: Scan approximately 42,000 files each containing on average 30 pages of various sizes and formats including ANSI size drawings, single and double sided black and white and color documents, and color photographs. A total of +/- 1,486,800 images were scanned to create one PDF file for each file. Each PDF file was indexed for searching purposes.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) awarded DQSI with a contract to provide services for seismic digitization for the National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC), a part of the U.S. Department of Commerce. The services includes scanning of mylar, sepia, and paper seismic sections, digitizing and filtering the SEG-Y files created, populating the EBCDIC SEG-Y headers with metadata, adding the navigation to each section and merging the seismic sections. This effort is coordinated with the U.S. Geological Survey to preserve critical seismic data on the Extended Contiential Shelf that is essential to our Nation’s strategic interest.