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Airspace OMS Elevation Tool

 What is the ground elevation tool

The ground elevation tool will automatically identify the ground elevation for a specified latitude and longitude using the Airspace program. This feature is also found in our TERPS Professional and Airspace Survey software. To learn how to operate the elevation feature using the Survey software please select the following link: Elevation Survey

 Steps to use the ground elevation tool  

(Please Note: Some of our customers have internal firewalls which block this module from accessing the internet. If this module does not work, please contact your IT department and ask them to look into firewall restrictions.)

1.Open airspace by double clicking on the Airspace Icon on your desktop

2. Open Airspace Analysis window by single clicking the left mouse button on "Open Analysis Module" icon in the left corner of the Airspace tool bar.

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3. Fill in the new study information: File Name, State, Latitude North, Longitude West, and Structure height.

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4. Single click the left mouse button on the words "Ground Elevation" and the elevation manager window will open. This window will display USGS ground elevation data.

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5. Single click the left mouse button on the "OK" button and the ground elevation displayed in the Elevation Manager window will be automatically rounded to the nearest foot and placed in the "Ground Elevation" box on the Airspace Analysis window.

(NOTE: if you choose the Cancel button the elevation Manager window will close without placing the ground elevation on the Airspace Analysis window)

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6. At this point you many continue running your airspace analysis as usual.

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