Maps at the Capitol Presentations Available

The State Agency Geographic Information Committee (SAGIC) held its Maps at the Capitol event on October 2nd. Several dozen attendees, including legislators, capitol staff, and geospatial professionals engaged SAGIC members and presenters on a range of mapping topics. While twelve agencies were available with posters to discuss their work, six presentations were also recorded by WisconsinEye for viewing.

Check out the links below for presentations and Q & A sessions on a number of statewide issues discussed from a mapping perspective! All links will connect with the WisconsinEye website.

LTSB’s Map & Geographic Services to the Legislature (LTSB) & How GIS Collaboration Makes Elections Run Smoothly (WEC)

The Importance of Effective Broadband Mapping (PSC)

Opioid Crisis Health Consequences Prevention & Treatment Resource Allocation (DHS)

Mapping for Research, Field Work and Telling Stories (WHS)

Integrating Satellite Data Analysis into a Water Quality Monitoring Program (DNR)

GIS in Emergency Preparedness and Response (WEM)

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