The likelihood that they will "locate" the property in the same relative position is slim since different tools and applications use different (and costly) spatial reference systems.
What does SRS stand for?
SRS stands for Spatial Reference System
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 552 other meanings of SRS in our Acronym Attic
- Solution Requirement Specification
- Solvent Recycle System
- Sound Retrieval System (audio technology)
- Sounding Reference Signal (telecommunications)
- Source-Route Switching
- Southampton Running Sisters (UK)
- Southern Reference Stars
- Southern Research Station (USDA)
- Spaced Repetition System (educational software)
- Spares Requirements Schedule
- Specific Resistance of Soil
- Specification Requirements Specification
- Specification Revision Sheet (US NASA)
- Spectres de Réponse Spécifiés (French: Specified Response Spectrum)
- Speed Reading System (Kumon)
- Speed Reference System
- Sperry Rail Service
- Sponsored Research Service (various universities)
- Srpska Radikalna Stranka (Serbian Radical Party, Serbia and Montenegro)
- SRS Labs, Inc. (audio technologies company)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Limb angles in the spatial reference system are positively defined counterclockwise from the horizontal.
With technical guidance from the United States National Geodetic Survey (NGS), the 175th engineered IGRS in the likeness of the National Spatial Reference System (NSRS).
0 standalone product, including JPEG 2000 encoding, NPJE/EPJE profiles, support for WKT-based spatial reference system metadata, and area of interest encoding of imagery to MrSID Generation 3 (MG3) as well as JPEG 2000.
But it is difficult for a researcher or practitioner to efficiently discover, access, retrieve and apply data of interest without considerable effort to visit multiple web sites, conduct many different queries, download files, reconcile different vendor formats and bring all the data into the same Spatial Reference System so that the information can be used.