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Learning from the Past: A Blueprint for a Wisconsin Aerial Imaging Program
Learning from the Past: A Blueprint for a Wisconsin Aerial Imaging Program
Learning from the Past: A Blueprint for a Wisconsin Aerial Imaging Program
Learning from the Past: A Blueprint for a Wisconsin Aerial Imaging Program
Learning from the Past: A Blueprint for a Wisconsin Aerial Imaging Program
Learning from the Past: A Blueprint for a Wisconsin Aerial Imaging Program
Learning from the Past: A Blueprint for a Wisconsin Aerial Imaging Program
Learning from the Past: A Blueprint for a Wisconsin Aerial Imaging Program
Learning from the Past: A Blueprint for a Wisconsin Aerial Imaging Program
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Learning from the Past: A Blueprint for a Wisconsin Aerial Imaging Program

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Learning from the Past: A Blueprint for a Wisconsin Aerial Imaging Program

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  • 1. Learning from the Past: A Blueprint for a Wisconsin Aerial Imaging ProgramImage: aerometric.com Jim Lacy Wisconsin State Cartographer’s Office University of Wisconsin-Madison May 18, 2012
  • 2. The Project• SCO received FGDC funding to create a statewide aerial imagery business plan• Hired a consultant to help with information gathering and plan development• YOU are critical to the process
  • 3. Desired End Results• A plan that addresses both short-term (2015) and long-term (2020+) needs• A process that can be applied to other data themes in the future• A “waypoint” for all of us to navigate towards
  • 4. What does a business plan look like?• What do you want?• What are the steps needed to get there?• Who will do the work?• What will it cost?
  • 5. Why a Business Plan?• Leaders and managers expect it when you ask for resources• We must cooperate to survive• How can you develop a budget without a plan?• 2015 will sneak up on us quickly
  • 6. What canyou do?
  • 7. www.sco.wisc.edu/orthoplan.html
  • 8. Jim Lacy State Cartographer’s OfficeUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison Lacy@wisc.edu (608) 262-6850www.sco.wisc.edu/orthoplan.html

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