The Wisconsin Society of Land Surveyors (WSLS) is working closely with Senator Dale Schultz (R, District 17) and Representative Roger Rivard (R, District 75) to introduce companion bills aimed at updating the statutes that govern the land surveying profession in Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin County Surveyor’s Association quarterly meetings provide a great way to network and share solutions for new and ongoing issues concerning the surveying community, especially those affecting County Surveyors.
The results are in from surveying Wisconsin in a day.
Point of Beginning magazine recently highlighted the efforts of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s Geodetic Surveys Unit.
“Lasting Impressions: A Glimpse into the Legacy of Surveying” is a compilation of stories and photos from surveyors, geocachers, history buffs and enthusiasts from across the country.
Several new features have been added to the SCO’s online web application for locating geodetic control.
The National Spatial Reference System now has a permanent station named RON RIPP GPS. The station, set in a very attractively built and landscaped area in Indian Lake County Park near Madison, was officially dedicated on November 1, 2006.
Professional Surveyor Magazine recently celebrated its silver anniversary by assembling a list of the top 25 most influential people in surveying over the last 25 years.
Web Feature Services provide a new way to distribute and access spatial data.
Students explore surveying and maps.