The Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance (OJA) recently posted a short news blurb on their Web site about the statewide aerial photography project happening in Wisconsin during 2010.
A recent funding boost will create a statewide 18-inch imagery product, and also help reduce costs for other WROC participants.
In a September 10th online “webinar,” audience members learned the State of Wisconsin will receive $700,000 in federal funding for 2010 orthophotography.
Fire up your favorite Web browser at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 10th to hear the latest on the Wisconsin Regional Orthophotography Consortium, and plans for 2010 imagery in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin may be in line for statewide 1-meter resolution digital orthophoto coverage sooner than expected due to a recent decision by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Imagery from the 2008 Wisconsin National Agriculture Imagery Program is now becoming available for download from the USDA Geospatial Data Gateway.
One-foot resolution color imagery acquired in 2007 of the Milwaukee area is now available from the WisconsinView.org Web site.
The Wisconsin Regional Orthophotography Consortium is reaching out to gain widespread participation in a 2010 regional orthoimagery project. Check out their new Web site.
An $800,000 request by the Wisconsin Dept. of Military Affairs to partially support a statewide orthoimagery project was not funded, despite scoring highly during the review process.
Check out this side-by-side comparison of 1-foot, 6-inch, 3-inch, and one-meter resolution orthophotography.