The “Changing Landscapes of Wisconsin” project, under which the Wisconsin Historic Aerial Image Finder was developed, has been awarded the 2011 Governor’s Award for Archival Innovation.
Jeff DuMez, GIS/LIO coordinator for the Brown County Planning and Land Services Department, was recently recognized by the Brown County Home Builders Association for Brown County’s 2010 LiDAR project.
Mapping Specialists, Ltd. and the City of Marshfield both received Special Achievement in GIS awards at the 2010 ESRI International User Conference in San Diego.
Fred Halfen, Vice President of Ayres Associates and a longtime advocate for the Wisconsin geospatial community, receives a Lifetime Excellence Award from his alma mater.
Join us at the Lowell Center on the UW-Madison campus to send retiring State Cartographer Ted Koch off in style.
Wisconsin’s own Tom Lillesand receives the highest honor bestowed upon members of the American Society for Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing.
The State Cartographer’s Office gets kudos for their combined service of 55 years to the Wisconsin Land Information Association.
State Cartographer Ted Koch was honored with a Lifetime Service Award at the 2008 NSGIC annual conference in Keystone, Colorado on September 9th.
A new grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will develop a Geographic Information Systems Center at UW-Stevens Point.
Frank Scarpace and Barney Schur are among the winners of the 2008 American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Fellow Award.