There’s Still Time to Complete the Survey about Address Point and Road Centerline Data Standards

Complete the survey now to make your voice heard about the proposed address point and road centerline data standards. Survey Deadline: October 19th 2018 The WLIA Technical Committee is working toward the development of Address Point And Road Centerline Data… Read More

Thank You for a Great 2018 Annual Conference!

The 2018 WLIA Annual Conference was a great success! Thank you to everyone who participated in planning, promoting, and attending the conference! If you attended the conference, please complete the conference evaluation form that will be sent to… Read More

Complete the Survey – Wisconsin GIS Data Distribution System (Deadline 10/31/17)

The Wisconsin geospatial community has had a long standing desire for more access to publicly available GIS datasets. Great progress has been made in the past couple years through the ongoing efforts of the UW Robinson Map Library… Read More

Deadline Extended for 2016 WLIP Survey

HAVE AN IMPACT! HAVE A VOICE! Complete the survey to help determine future geospatial benchmarks for the WLIP and the future of Wisconsin Land Information. The 2016 WLIP Survey from the Wisconsin Department of Administration is very important for gathering input regarding future… Read More

PSC is Collecting and Mapping Broadband Demand – Take the Survey Now!

The Public Service Commission is running a brief survey that allows folks and businesses statewide to voice their need for improved internet access or service. As the survey is completed in late November, survey results will be mapped and… Read More

Interested in LiDAR Training?

Lidar (or LiDAR) is one of the fastest-growing remote sensing technologies. It is often used to generate highly precise elevation models of the earth’s surface. However, lidar data can also be used in a variety of other application… Read More

2014 Annual Conference Evaluation

Another successful conference is in the books and we’re starting to think about 2015 in Green Bay. The first step of the planning process is evaluating what worked or didn’t work from this year. Please take a moment, even… Read More