NGS anticipates the release of all data and limited tools by the middle of 2025.
A brief update on Wisconsin Spatial Reference System 2022 (WSRS2022) Task Force activities in relation to the National Geodetic Survey’s National Spatial Reference System modernization program.
Converting coordinates in the new NSRS will require the use of several models, one to change the epoch and one to change the reference frame. In a recent publication, the National Geodetic Survey suggests this process could be achieved in one step.
NGS is officially extending the GPS on Bench Marks Campaign for an additional year to collect even more data to improve the quality of the Modernized National Spatial Reference System.
New statistics from the Wisconsin DOT show that the GPS on Bench Marks campaign has made significant progress over the summer months.
The Wisconsin DOT has provided an update of the state’s status on the GPS on Bench Marks campaign.
More details on the National Geodetic Survey’s models of crustal motion for the new National Spatial Reference System.
The National Geodetic Survey has updated its plans and schedule for modernization of the National Spatial Reference System.
The National Geodetic Survey is asking surveyors to collect GPS observations to improve the accuracy of the new National Spatial Reference System.
With Brenda Hemstead’s retirement, David Vogel will become the SCO’s liaison to Wisconsin’s surveying and geodetic communities.