||2012: 15,345; 2014: 7,400
||Natural color and color infrared
||2012: 3″, 6″ and 12″; 2014: 6″
||Surdex acquired the imagery for the 2012 project with the DMC-1 and for the 2014 project the ADS100 was used. Particular attention was paid to multiple tall building areas around the City of Houston, requiring additional overlap to reduce the amount of building lean in the final products. Once approved the new color imagery was aerial triangulated and digital orthoimage production began. For this project Surdex utilized the counties existing LiDAR DEM datasets for the orthorectification process.