Choose from one of two online sessions to learn more about the status and future plans for the Wisconsin Regional Orthophotography Consortium.
Tagged: Aerial Imagery
Items related to aircraft-acquired digital photography. This includes both orthoimagery and oblique imagery.
WROC announces service providers for 2015
The team of AeroMetric and Ayres Associates is once again selected to provide services for the 2015 Wisconsin Regional Orthophotography Consortium.
Imagery roadshow complete, Webinars up next
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.
RSVP now for aerial imagery user meetings
Join us at one of five meetings next week to help shape the future aerial imagery in Wisconsin!
Dates set for imagery user meetings
Join us at one of five locations from September 24-28 to discuss the future of aerial imagery in Wisconsin.
SCO aerial photography user survey now available
Help us complete the first major step in developing a statewide aerial imagery business plan.
Ayres receives award for WROC
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.
Project to develop Wisconsin orthophotography business plan moving forward
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.
New county image mosaics available from WisconsinView
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.
Microsoft imagery acquisitions complete in Wisconsin
An ambitious national program funded by Microsoft and Digital Globe recently wrapped up flights over Wisconsin.