New interactive status map shows recent and future activity in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Regional Orthophoto Consortium marching forward towards 2015.
Choose from one of two online sessions to learn more about the status and future plans for the Wisconsin Regional Orthophotography Consortium.
The team of AeroMetric and Ayres Associates is once again selected to provide services for the 2015 Wisconsin Regional Orthophotography Consortium.
We had a lot of great discussions at our imagery user meetings held last week at several locations around the state. If you couldn't make one of the meetings, there are still plenty of opportunities to get involved in the Wisconsin Aerial Imagery Business Plan project.
Join us at one of five locations from September 24-28 to discuss the future of aerial imagery in Wisconsin.
Help us complete the first major step in developing a statewide aerial imagery business plan.
A belated congratulations is due to Ayres Associates for taking home a "Best of State" Engineering Excellence award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Wisconsin.
New SCO-led project seeks to gather input from the Wisconsin geospatial community on past orthoimagery projects, and develop a business plan that makes incremental improvements to the current situation.
The National Park Service recently completed work on generating 72 individual county mosaics from a statewide set of 18-inch imagery produced by the 2010 Wisconsin Regional Orthoimagery Consortium project.
Two much-anticipated statewide imagery datasets are now available from the WisconsinView.org data portal.
New imagery dataset developed from 2010 WROC flights expected to be online by mid to late July.
A new project planned to begin in the fall of 2011 will identify lessons learned in past Wisconsin orthophotography projects, and then develop a blueprint for a sustainable program that further simplifies imagery acquisitions in Wisconsin.
Earlier today Wisconsin Public Radio aired a story on the statewide aerial photography project led by the Wisconsin Regional Orthophoto Consortium.
A recent funding boost will create a statewide 18-inch imagery product, and also help reduce costs for other WROC participants.
In a September 10th online "webinar," audience members learned the State of Wisconsin will receive $700,000 in federal funding for 2010 orthophotography.
Fire up your favorite Web browser at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 10th to hear the latest on the Wisconsin Regional Orthophotography Consortium, and plans for 2010 imagery in Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Regional Orthophotography Consortium is reaching out to gain widespread participation in a 2010 regional orthoimagery project. Check out their new Web site.
Check out this side-by-side comparison of 1-foot, 6-inch, 3-inch, and one-meter resolution orthophotography.
Everyone is invited to attend presentations by two finalists for the 2010 orthoimagery quality-based selection process.