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.
The National Enhanced Elevation Assessment (NEEA) has just been completed.
The Wisconsin Geographic Information Coordination Council is conducting a short survey to get your feedback.
WIGICC (Wisconsin Geographic Information Coordination Council) has formed several new working groups.
A new project planned to begin in the fall of 2011 will identify lessons learned in past Wisconsin orthophotography projects, and then develop a blueprint for a sustainable program that further simplifies imagery acquisitions in Wisconsin.
SAGIC changes their format to encourage broader participation by all state agency GIS users.
Announcement caps off a six week long process to identify new sector representatives.
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.
State Cartographer Howard Veregin shares some thoughts on the changing geospatial landscape and the role of the Wisconsin Geographic Information Coordination Council.