The Wisconsin Geospatial Strategy Working Group recently published the first public draft of A Geospatial Vision for Wisconsin(pdf).
This document is a high-level summary of important statewide applications of geospatial data and near-term needs in Wisconsin, as determined by an ad hoc Geospatial Strategy Working Group with membership from many of Wisconsin’s geospatial associations and organizations. The document describes and prioritizes the geospatial datasets and services the state requires. The goal is to assist policy-makers in making informed decisions about geospatial activities.
During subsequent meetings, the Geospatial Strategy Working Group realized the need for this one page condensed version of A Geospatial Vision for Wisconsin(pdf).
Both versions make 3 key assertions.
The Working Group would like feedback on the draft document from the geospatial community. Comments can be directed to Co-Chairs Jon Schwichtenberg (WIGICC Chair) or Justin Conner (WLIA President). You are also encouraged to attend our session at the 2015 Annual Conference on Thursday at 4pm.