Deconstructing a recent Apple Watch ad.
Converting coordinates in the new NSRS will require the use of several models, one to change the epoch and one to change the reference frame. In a recent publication, the National Geodetic Survey suggests this process could be achieved in one step.
The US Department of the Interior has established new administrative bodies to replace derogatory geographic feature names.
A new startup, SpinLaunch, hopes to catapult satellites in orbit by 2025 using a kinetic energy launch system.
The National Geodetic Survey has provided another update for completing the design of the State Plane Coordinate System 2022.
A statewide layer of 2020 census redistricting data for over 200,000 blocks is now available on Geodata@Wisconsin.
NGS is officially extending the GPS on Bench Marks Campaign for an additional year to collect even more data to improve the quality of the Modernized National Spatial Reference System.
The Wisconsin Shoreline Inventory and Oblique Photo Viewer was developed through collaborations between multiple project partners. Recent updates to the Viewer add more content and functionality to this unique coastal data resource.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has a new Rustic Roads interactive map highlighting these unique rural roadways.
The Fall Meeting of the Wisconsin Land Information Association, to be held in Madison from November 3-5, 2021, includes a field trip to the “World’s Most Elaborate Survey Marker” at the Wisconsin Capitol.