South Carolina topographic map

Find, create, and share base plans from South Carolina topographic data faster than ever before!

Why professionals are choosing Equator to create base plans.

Professionals use Equator to export data directly into a CAD format. This saves them hours of hunting down data, organizing and drafting that data. Equator provides easy access to the South Carolina topographic map.

Try Equator today and start extracting topographic data for free.


Can I take cross sections in Equator?

Generate cross sections from the topography in Equator, or export for use in other CAD software.

The best available topographic data for the State of South Carolina is accessible now in the Equator platform.


Where does Equator get the data?

The United States Geological Survey (USGS), specifically their 3D Elevation Program (3DEP) manages the nations public LiDAR dataset. You can read more about the 3DEP here. In general, the built-in point clouds are sourced from a library of airborne LiDAR surveys that are managed by the USGS, and connected to Equator for ease of access.

What is the map accuracy?

Quality Level 0, 1, 2 or 3 LiDAR data—the highest quality elevation data available for the State of South Carolina—can be found in Equator.



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