The History of Cartography Project has launched a new online video series to celebrate publication of “Cartography in the European Enlightenment” (Volume 4 of the “History of Cartography”).
Users of the modernized National Spatial Reference System will need to understand the differences between five different types of coordinates.
View an interactive photographic panorama of Madison from the late 1890s taken from the Capitol dome.
Do you need to know where you are in the Public Land Survey System (PLSS) network?
The National Institute of Standards and Technology and National Geodetic Survey have announced their final decision to deprecate use of the U.S. survey foot.
We have published our 2019-20 Annual Report.
A 90-day extension has been announced on the final determination of the decision to deprecate the US Survey Foot.
The National Geodetic Survey has announced that it is delaying implementation of the modernized National Spatial Reference System.
With Brenda Hemstead’s retirement, David Vogel will become the SCO’s liaison to Wisconsin’s surveying and geodetic communities.
The Wisconsin Spatial Reference System 2022 Task Force (or WSRS2022) is looking for volunteers to fill vacancies on two of its focus groups. Read on if you would like to volunteer or have a recommendation …