A Madison firm is scheduled to release a GPS-enabled asthma inhaler that promises to improve understanding of disease triggers.
Over 150 geospatial professionals gathered in Dubuque, Iowa, last week for the Tenth Biennial Iowa Geographic Information Council conference.
Faculty, staff, and students at UW-Madison are coming together on April 28th to discuss state-of-the-art geospatial projects happening on campus.
The Wisconsin Historic Aerial Image Finder was officially rolled out at the Wisconsin Land Information Association conference in Madison last week.
Wisconsin representatives learn more about other statewide GIS coordination councils and get feedback about WIGICC’s path to permanency.
The recently finalized report documents the progress, actions, and accomplishments of WIGICC since its inception in September 2008, and identifies recommendations for ongoing activities and for permanent establishment of the Council.
The new Plan embraces the past, but also considers the many new and emerging changes in digital mapping and geospatial applications.
Timothy Kennedy recently joined our office to assist with the development and implementation of new geospatial technologies for many of our ongoing projects.
State Cartographer Howard Veregin shares some thoughts on the changing geospatial landscape and the role of the Wisconsin Geographic Information Coordination Council.
Join us in welcoming new State Cartographer Howard Veregin to Wisconsin!