It is with deep regret that we share the sad news of the sudden passing of Fred Halfen, a longtime leader in the Wisconsin geospatial community, who drowned this week in Prairie du Sac. He was 65.
Wisconsin Geographic Information Officer Jim Giglierano is conducting a survey to better understand community needs for access to geospatial data.
Like most organizations, we seek to periodically refresh the look and functionality of our main Website. It’s been six years since our last major redesign, so we were due for a change!
Aerial imagery acquisitions appear to be lagging behind past years due to persistent rainy weather in the state.
U.S. Library of Congress expects to have 500,000 historic maps online by 2020.
New site offers streamlined access to Department of Natural Resources spatial data.
Latest update now includes NAD83 “HARN” versions of Wisconsin Coordinate Reference Systems (WISCRS).
Ayres has been facilitating grassroots aerial imagery consortiums in Wisconsin since 1995.
Contractors invited to submit proposals by June 9th.
As part of the 2017 UW-Madison Geospatial Summit, UW-Madison is hosting a series of geospatial career events for students the week of April 24th.