|Publication number||US20070112936 A1|
|Application number||US 11/621,515|
|Publication date||May 17, 2007|
|Filing date||Jan 9, 2007|
|Priority date||Jun 1, 2001|
|Also published as||US7171389, US20020198736, US20100289822, US20100293282, US20100293485, US20100293620|
|Publication number||11621515, 621515, US 2007/0112936 A1, US 2007/112936 A1, US 20070112936 A1, US 20070112936A1, US 2007112936 A1, US 2007112936A1, US-A1-20070112936, US-A1-2007112936, US2007/0112936A1, US2007/112936A1, US20070112936 A1, US20070112936A1, US2007112936 A1, US2007112936A1|
|Original Assignee||Landnet Corporation|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (24), Classifications (10), Legal Events (1)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
This application is a continuation of U.S. non-provisional application Ser. No. 10/162,723, filed Jun. 3, 2002, entitled “Identification, Storage and Display of Land Data on a Website,” which was based upon and claims priority to: U.S. provisional application Ser. No. 60/295,097, filed Jun. 1, 2001, entitled “Identification, Storage and Display of Land Data on a Website;” U.S. provisional application 60/336,258, filed Oct. 31, 2001, entitled “Identification, Storage and Display of Land Data on a Website;” U.S. provisional application Ser. No. 60/370,083, filed Apr. 4, 2002, entitled “Web Imaging Serving Technology;” and U.S. provisional application Ser. No. 60/356,405, filed Feb. 11, 2002, entitled “Internet Delivered and Accessible set of Maps, Images, and Tools for Locating, Identifying, Measuring, Viewing, and Communicating Information About Land and Areas of Land.” All of these are specifically incorporated herein by reference for all that they disclose and teach.
An extensive amount of data has been collected from various sources such as satellites, land surveys, legal descriptions and other sources that provide detailed information relating to land. For example, maps provided by the Bureau of Land Management provide map data that indicates legal boundaries relating to land ownership. Satellite data provides imagery indicating land features, growth and vegetation, water sources and other geographical features. Infrared imagery has been used to careful study growth and vegetation features, for example. Topological information has been accumulated through radar satellites and topological surveys. Hence, there is a huge body of information relating to land and associated features such as rivers, roads, vector data and raster data.
Various imaging techniques have been used that combine various sources of data and allow a user to view images of these combined data sources. For example, 3-D images have been generated that combine political and physical characteristics with satellite imagery. Land can be viewed, using this technique, at an elevated angle such that the image depicts the various features relating to land. Further, growth and vegetation data can be added to such images from other data sources to provide a more enhanced view. As another example, BLM map data can be combined with satellite imagery data to indicate legal boundaries on the satellite imagery. Further, topological data can be used to provide shading on a two-dimensional image that provides imagery relating to topological features, which is commonly referred to as 2.5-D images.
The present invention may therefore comprise a method of generating a personalized land website at a dedicated Internet accessible location having a dedicated uniform resource locator (URL) address on the Internet, said personalized land website providing an archive of a variety of information relating to a selected area of land comprising: creating said dedicated Internet accessible location at said dedicated URL address for storage of said archive of said variety of information; providing map data over the Internet that relates to said selected area of land; providing boundary drawing tools to allow a boundary to be circumscribed at least partially around said selected area of land on said map data; drawing a boundary at least partially around said selected area of land using said boundary drawing tools; storing said map data at said dedicated Internet accessible location on said land website at said URL address; and providing additional storage locations on said personalized land website for storage of text information relating to said area of land at said dedicated Internet accessible location.
The present invention may further comprise a method of generating a personalized land website at a dedicated Internet accessible location having a dedicated uniform resource locator address (URL) address on the Internet, said personalized land website dedicated to providing a variety of different types of information relating to a selected area of land at said dedicated URL address that is accessible to users of the Internet comprising: creating said dedicated Internet accessible location for said land website that is accessible by users of the Internet at said dedicated URL address for storage of said variety of information relating to said selected area of land; providing map data over the Internet that is stored at said dedicated Internet accessible location; drawing a boundary at least partially around said selected area of land using a boundary drawing tool; providing additional map data that includes different types of maps and photographic data relating to said selected area of land; and storing said map data and photographic data on said personalized land website at said dedicated Internet accessible location which is located at said dedicated URL address.
The present invention may further comprise a land website that provides a dedicated Internet URL address for archiving information relating to an area of land comprising: a storage device that stores map data; boundary drawing tools that circumscribe a boundary around said area of land to create global coordinates for said area of land; an Internet accessible storage area located at said dedicated Internet address that stores said map data associated with said global coordinates and other data as a personalized land website; browser compatible imaging tools that interface with browsers that allow viewing of said map data and other data on said personalized land website.
The present invention may further comprise a method of generating individual and personalized land websites located at a dedicated uniform resource locator address on the Internet creator that provides information relating to a selected area of land, said personalized land website providing an archive of said information comprising: creating said dedicated uniform resource locator address on the Internet; providing map data over the Internet; providing boundary drawing tools that circumscribe a boundary around said selected area of land on said map data to create personalized land map data; storing said personalized and map data at said dedicated uniform resource locator address; and providing additional storage locations at additional dedicated uniform resource locator addresses for storage of additional information relating to said selected area of land.
The present invention may further comprise a method of generating a personalized land website on the Internet that contains information relating to a selected area of land comprising: providing map data over the Internet; drawing a boundary around said selected area of land using boundary drawing tools to create a personalized land map; storing said personalized land map at said dedicated uniform resource locator address; storing additional data relating to said selected area of land at an additional dedicated uniform resource locator address; and providing said uniform resource locator address and said additional dedicated uniform resource locator address as said personalized land website.
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Embodiments disclosed herein provide a system that has a central archive for storing map data, satellite images, e-documents, photographs, modified images, important Internet links, and any other desired data relating to a property. Various embodiments generate a partitioned storage area on an Internet server for each property that is either publicly accessible, or password and security code accessible, so as to provide a personalized, customizable land website. Because every parcel of land is unique, the personalized land website provides a digital “fingerprint” of the property.
Various embodiments can employ various techniques for locating and identifying a property of interest. For example, the system of the present invention may allow a user to visually identify a property by using various map data or images of land. A drawing tool can be employed by the user to generate boundaries that circumscribe the property. The circumscribed property is then framed within a boundary window so that additional imagery can be generated that allows the user to view various images of the circumscribed property within the boundary frame window (“frame window”). Viewers can then take virtual tours of the property by simply using an Internet accessible computer having a web browser. For example, rotating 3-D imagery of the property within the frame window can be generated such that the property can be viewed at an elevated angle showing topological features, vegetation and growth, legal boundaries and other information from 360 degrees. Global coordinates from one set of map data to another set can be used so that boundary points identified on one set of images appears on other sets of image data at corresponding locations to assist the user in properly identifying the property boundaries of interest.
The disclosed embodiments may be used for various purposes to archive and deliver land information to various people such as brokers, appraisers, lenders, developers, land owners, consultants, potential buyers, construction personnel making improvements on the property, government personnel making planning decisions, land managers, etc. In each of these cases, other additional data from the user or third parties can be provided on the land website. For example, legal documents can be provided relating to the land. In that regard, terms of the purchase can be provided together with leases, title abstracts, easements, rights of way and other legal documentation in a specific area set aside for e-documents. Additionally, the disclosed embodiments can be implemented in a simple and easy fashion over the Internet which will allow users to readily access data for generating circumscribed boundaries and frame windows for viewing the property.
Map image data and other image data is stored on a storage device 112 coupled to the central archive land website portal 102. The browser compatible imaging tools 118 allow a user such as users 108, 110 to access and view the map and other image data using a standard web browser tool. The users can then utilize the boundary drawing tool 114 to draw a boundary around an area of land of interest. The boundary drawing tool identifies the global coordinates on the map and other image data. These global coordinates are then used by the frame window generator 116 to generate a frame window described below. The map image data and other image data identified in the frame window is then stored in the personalized land website.
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Alternatively, the user can link from another website into the land website, as illustrated at step 304, rather than entering through the splash page of the land website. For example, links may be provided from organizations that study and evaluate property such as environmentalist organizations, the Nature Conservatory, national laboratories, etc. Further, links may be provided from sales organizations such as real estate brokers, online sales organizations, providers of map data, providers of satellite imaging data, etc.
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If the user, at step 308, decides to save the boundary data, the user is given the option of saving the boundary data at step 312 for a shorter period, such as 30 days, or a longer period such as 1 year. If the user decides to choose the shorter period, a first introductory price is charged at step 316. The process then proceeds to step 318 where a password protected database that is Internet accessible (personalized land website) is generated. If the user, at step 312, decides to save the data for a longer period, a second introductory price is charged at step 314. The process then proceeds to step 318.
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The various ways of locating property, as illustrated in
At step 1006, the metes and bounds tool generates a first set of boundary location data from the metes and bounds description. This is done by mathematically plotting each of the vectors onto the map data such as USGS maps to determine boundary location points. At step 1008, the next set of metes and bounds descriptions, i.e. the next metes and bounds vector, is read by the metes and bounds tool. At step 1010, a comparison is made to determine if the most recently read vector corresponds to the first vector. If it does, that indicates that all of the metes and bounds descriptions have been entered, and the process is ended. If it does not, the next set of boundary location data is generated at step 1014. The process then proceeds back to step 1008 until all of the metes and bounds descriptions have been read by the metes and bounds tool.
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Various embodiments therefore provide a unique system for providing individualized land websites that allow data and images regarding a particular piece of property to be collected in a single, easily accessible location. By gathering information in a single location, the time required to purchase or sell property can be accelerated since the information is easily and readily available to everyone involved in the process of a sales transaction including brokers, lenders, appraisers and owners. The land website can also be used to store this important information after the sale and provide an ongoing historical record of the property that includes actual images and condition of the property. The land website can be used for planning and development purposes, such as deciding the best way to subdivide a property, meet environmental regulations, provide crop and/or livestock management, plan development of the property such as introduction of canals or ponds, forestation and cutting of forests, as well as various other purposes. The land website can be accessed by anyone having the password and security code, such as government officials making decisions relating to the property. Further, the land website allows users to e-mail images of the property if the user does not wish a particular individual to have full access to the personalized land website. Further, since the map data and image data is presented in an image format, standard graphics packages can be used to modify the images and easily indicate any desired features for planning purposes, or any other informational purposes.
Various embodiments utilize simple web browsers that are available on most personal computers to access and view the images of the property and also uses standard graphics packages to make modifications. Hence, the land website is intuitive and easy to use. Easily accessible image format data can be provided in a secure manner to users. The land website of the present invention provides a useful and unique tool for utilizing both satellite image data and map image data, as well as other associated data relating to a piece of property, in a simple and easy fashion. Further, boundary information can be easily generated by either selecting a global coordinate location such as a township and range, or by simply accessing a location on a map and enlarging the view to an appropriate size so that boundaries can be drawn using a simple and easy-to-use boundary applet tool. Further, the present invention is also capable of providing unique 3-D images and 3-D fly-around movies of the property so that a virtual tour can be taken of the property. The virtual tour images can be created using composites of various satellite image data as well as map image data to provide a very complete and authentic view of the property. For example, infrared vegetation imaging can be combined with regular visual image data from satellites to provide a very realistic view of the property. Further, USGS map data or BLM map data may be included in the image to show legal boundaries and various features of the property. In this way, individuals, such as lenders and appraisers, can view the property in a very realistic fashion without actually taking the time to visit the property. In this manner, valuable time and effort can be saved by using the land website of the present invention.
Some advantages of various embodiments are that digital images including map data can be provided in a simple and easy fashion over the Internet that allows users to circumscribe the boundaries of a piece of property of interest. A unique personalized, customizable website for the property of interest (land website) can then be established that allows viewers having a password to view the property and related information relating to the property. Various image data can be viewed in various desired combinations that allows a viewer to take virtual tours of property over the Internet by accessing land websites of ranches, farms, land areas of interest and other large properties in an affordable manner. Updates can be easily made to the land website. Purchase of new information that has become available such as flood plain data, new maps, etc. can be made by a user in response to e-mail notifications.
When using various embodiments for land marketing purposes, the time between listing and closing on the sale of the property can be reduced by having a land specific web site that allows users to take virtual tours. For example, research time is reduced because paper maps that cover the appropriate area do not have to be located and purchased. The land website and virtual tours that are established in accordance with the present invention do not require technical skills of the user to establish a land website. For example, a landowner who wishes to use this service can easily do so by circumscribing that property using a simple boundary generation software drawing tool that may be provided over the Internet with the map image data. The system disclosed in various embodiments is intuitive and easy to use. One of the features of the present invention that aids the user in establishing a boundary is the establishment of georeferenced points on a plurality of different types of maps that cross-link information from one map to another to aid the user in identifying boundary points. The land website can be made publicly available for marketing purposes.
Further, various embodiments do not require the user to obtain special software. Commonly available web browser software such as Internet Explorer, Netscape, etc. can be used to access the land specific websites. Graphics packages such as Microsoft Paint, Adobe Photoshop and other commonly used image modifying software are also readily available which allow a user to generate modified image data. The disclosed embodiments have the convenience of being available to any computer having Internet access, at any time, from any location.
A further advantage of various disclosed embodiments is that information relating to the property can be located in one convenient place, i.e. the land website. Customization modules allow users to add scanned and text documents, appraisals, reports, loan documents, photographs, third party maps and other information relating to the property. For example, using a customization module, which may part of an upgrade package, a user can change the web page style. If the user is attempting to sell a cattle ranch, the web page may display cattle and cowboys. If the property is somewhat mountainous with streams, the user may wish to have a web page that shows fly fishing. Further, a customization module may allow the user to upload photos to a photo gallery that is part of the web page. Also, the customization module may have a location for storing e-documents. For example, PDF documents relating to legal descriptions, easements, watershed studies, forestation, etc. may be scanned and stored in the e-document section. The e-document section may have multiple passwords for limited access. The documents can be stored in any desired format such as PDF format, Word, WordPerfect, jpeg images, etc. The customization module may also allow the user to add links to other locations. For example, if a question arises regarding a particular easement or right of way, a link to a particular treatise on easements and rights of way may be established by the user through the land library. Further, the customization module may allow the user to modify standard images such as jpeg images using available graphics software packages such as Microsoft Paint, and reload those modified images onto the website. Further, the customization model may allow the user to load third party maps onto the land website. Other information such as ideas, directions to the property, etc. can also be stored on the land website.
A further advantage of at least one embodiment is the ability to provide a comprehensive system of storing map data and other data in a simple and easy fashion. For example, a specific implementation of the present invention will allow up to 35 different maps of the property to be stored in a single accessible location including 3-D satellite photography, general vicinity maps, regional and statewide maps and photography, 1:24 K USGS maps, quad maps, 1:100 K quad maps, 1:250 K USGS maps, BLM maps, 2.50 D maps (e.g. color variations to show elevation differences), 3D maps, and/or any other types of maps, in a single accessible location. The user can easily customize any of these maps that are presented as image data using standard graphic software. In addition, modified satellite imagery provided in accordance with the disclosed embodiments allows an elevated 360 degree fly-around view of the subject property showing topological features and boundaries of the property.
Another advantage of the various disclosed embodiments is that the boundary information can be cross-linked to satellite imagery in the same manner that various types of maps such as USGS, BLM and other types of maps are crossed linked. In this fashion, a particular location or land mass can be positively identified on any desired type of map such as a BLM map, USGS map or other type of map and the corresponding satellite imagery can be displayed with the boundary information by georeferencing the boundary information to global coordinates on the satellite image data. Typically, it is difficult to identify particular locations on satellite imagery because of the lack of political boundaries, legends and other features that are normally shown on typical maps. The georeferencing of global coordinates allows the user to clearly identify specific locations on satellite imagery with an assurance of correctness that has not previously been available, especially for neophyte viewers of satellite data. In this fashion, satellite imagery can now be easily provided through Internet connections that allow the user to view specific areas of interest.
The disclosed embodiments may also assist brokers in marketing their services. For example, brokers that can offer property for sale using the land websites of the present invention are more likely to obtain sales. Brokers can purchase lower cost implementations to demonstrate the properties and features of the land website to a potential seller to obtain a listing. For example, at least one embodiment may be implemented in a fashion that allows a broker to establish a land website for a particular piece of property that includes only several inexpensive maps. The land website can then be upgraded to provide land virtual tour components such as 3-D maps, fly-around views and other more expensive features after the listing has been obtained. In addition, any particular virtual tour or other image data can be directly e-mailed to potential buyers, brokers, lenders, appraisers and/or engineers and others utilizing the system of the present invention. Also, since the map information is generated as image data, the image data can be used to generate hard copy images such as sales brochures, wall maps and other materials.
Various embodiments also have the advantage of saving time and minimizing effort in sales activities. For example, buyers can take a virtual tour of the property which may speed the buyer's interest or quickly eliminate uninterested buyers. This may save a considerable amount of time by eliminating physical tours by the broker with uninterested buyers. Instantaneous access and the ability to e-mail image data and virtual tours also saves broker time. Brokers who have individual websites can provide links to the land websites for each of the properties listed by that broker which provides a simple way to concentrate sales of property listed by that broker.
Various embodiments may also speed the due diligence process of a land buyer. For example, appraisals and loan commitments can be obtained in a much quicker fashion utilizing the present invention. E-mail links can be provided to various information located within the land website which provides all of the base information needed for appraisers and lenders including legal documentation, legal descriptions, printable maps and images, land boundaries, improvements and other information.
Various embodiments may also be used for purposes other than the sale of real estate, such as management, research, conservation easement creation and maintenance of real estate. Further, the land websites of various embodiments can be used for studying property and as a decision making tool. For example, a landowner, manager and consultant of the property can all log onto the land website and make decisions regarding items such as grazing management, fencing and other improvements such as road construction, placement of ponds and lakes, etc. Further, subdivision decisions and other planning decisions can be made using the easily accessible land websites of the present invention. More specifically, map and satellite information is provided as image data, such as jpeg image data, that can be modified by a user and restored on the land website for discussion purposes with land managers, county and state officials, etc. Watershed management, forestation, selective cutting, crop maintenance and other similar uses can be made of the land website of the present invention. Various embodiments utilize simple web browser technology and graphic image display software that is commonly available and allows users to modify and enhance images and upload them for functionality and convenient access and retrieval of the land website.
Various embodiments may also employ a unique marketing approach. In accordance with the marketing approach of the present invention, third party websites relating to land that may have a large amount of traffic are provided with a link button that offers a free map that links directly to the land website of various embodiments. The point at which the user is linked to the land website may be an internal point within the land website of various embodiments that does not provide overt identification of the land website. The viewer of the third party website can then print a free detailed map of the land or land area of interest that displays the boundaries drawn by the user. As the user proceeds to print a free map, a purchase option is presented to the user to purchase a land website. If a land website is actually purchased by the user, a referral fee can then be paid to the referring website. Traffic can then be driven back to the referring website for other purposes. In this fashion, the link to the land website does not cause traffic to be permanently diverted or lost by the referring website. For example, if a land website is purchased, the traffic may be redirected to the referring website to obtain a loan for the property or place an order to buy future products and services from the referring website. The land website portal may also be accessed by a large tree of domain names that have geographically descriptive terms in combination with generic terms relating to land such as disclosed in U.S. Provisional Patent Application Ser. No. 60/288,815 filed May 4, 2001 entitled “A System for Selling Real Estate Products and Services Through the Internet” by Craig Harrison, which is specifically incorporated herein by reference for all that it discloses and teaches.
Various embodiments also provide various ways of locating a desired piece of property. In one embodiment, geographic names can be used from the USGS quad maps to narrow in on a desired piece of property. In another embodiment, a search can be performed using township and range identifiers to locate a piece of property within a 6 mile by 6 mile boundary. In a further embodiment, the property can actually be visually located on maps using various maps having different scales to zoom in on the property location.
Further, various techniques can be used for plotting boundaries. For example, points can be visually located on maps and image data to locate boundary points. Further, metes and bounds descriptions can be entered into the system which automatically plot the boundaries using mathematical calculators. As long as the initial point can be located properly, such as through a visual location or other global coordinate system, the metes and bounds description can be plotted using a metes and bounds drawing tool. A third way of plotting boundaries is to use GPS way points that have physically been recorded during a visit to the property. These GPS way points are then loaded into a GPS boundary mapping tool that plots the boundaries on a map that aligns the GPS locations with the proper locations on the map. Boundaries are then formed according to those locations. Alternatively, if the drawing tool is used to generate the boundary data, latitude and longitude coordinates can be recorded as the cursor is moved along the boundary. In this manner, the boundary that is drawn by the user can be recorded using latitudinal and longitudinal data points (boundary data) for comparison with actual property descriptions. In addition, the drawing tool can also provide bearing, distance and direction information as the cursor is moved along the boundary line. In this fashion, the user can plot boundaries by hand using the drawing tool and provide accurate boundaries using metes and bounds descriptions. If a particular metes and bounds description includes a latitude and longitudinal location for any of the corner points, that point can be used as a starting point and located exactly on the map since the map includes the global positioning data. Further, if GPS way points are used, the GPS boundary mapping tool may automatically select the correct size map and satellite resolution to display the property.
The foregoing description of the invention has been presented for purposes of illustration and description. It is not intended to be exhaustive or to limit the invention to the precise form disclosed, and other modifications and variations may be possible in light of the above teachings. The embodiment was chosen and described in order to best explain the principles of the invention and its practical application to thereby enable others skilled in the art to best utilize the invention in various embodiments and various modifications as are suited to the particular use contemplated. It is intended that the appended claims be construed to include other alternative embodiments of the invention except insofar as limited by the prior art.
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|International Classification||G06Q50/16, G06Q30/02, G06F15/16|
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|Mar 7, 2007||AS||Assignment|
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