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.
The Lincoln County Register of Deeds Department is seeking to contract with an individual or entity to perform re-indexing services for scanned previously recorded documents.
The Fall Meeting of the Wisconsin Land Information Association, to be held in Madison from November 3-5, 2021, includes a field trip to the “World’s Most Elaborate Survey Marker” at the Wisconsin Capitol.
New statistics from the Wisconsin DOT show that the GPS on Bench Marks campaign has made significant progress over the summer months.
Bryan Meyer, La Crosse County Surveyor, will deliver a presentation about the importance and value of the Public Land Survey System at the Wisconsin Counties Association Annual Meeting in La Crosse on September 27, 2021.
The Wisconsin DOT has provided an update of the state’s status on the GPS on Bench Marks campaign.
The National Geodetic Survey has provided an updated timeline for State Plane Coordinate System 2022 designs.
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.