SCO Statewide Basemap Presentation

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SCO Statewide Basemap Presentation

  1. 1. Developing a Statewide DigitalBasemap for Wisconsin<br />Howard Veregin<br />Wisconsin State Cartographer<br />Tim Kennedy<br />Administrative Program Specialist<br />Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference, Madison, Feb 2011<br />
  2. 2. Origins of the project<br />Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference, Madison, Feb 2011<br />
  3. 3. Part of SCO’s responsibilities<br />Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference, Madison, Feb 2011<br />
  4. 4. Aligned with other SCO efforts <br />Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference, Madison, Feb 2011<br />
  5. 5. Goals of the project<br />Produce maps, data and services needed by Wisconsin’s geospatial community (including non-professional and non-traditional users).<br />Specifically: Develop a statewide, mid-scale, internally-consistent, richly-attributed cartographic database for 1:500,000 mapping, including rendered maps, web services, and data layers.<br />Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference, Madison, Feb 2011<br />
  6. 6. Rationale<br />Replace SCO’s current Wisconsin outline maps (PDF, image, Illustrator)<br />Provide a way for users to make maps with GIS<br />Create opportunity to develop and disseminate GIS-based cartographic methods<br />Support Esri user community <br />Assist non-traditional, non-professional users<br />Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference, Madison, Feb 2011<br />
  7. 7. Data characteristics<br />Resource to support both paper and digital mapping<br />Broad-based collection of data useful for wide range of applications (economic, social, ecological…)<br />Resource to support both simple and complex mapping tasks<br />Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference, Madison, Feb 2011<br />
  8. 8. Products and services<br />Support for custom Web-mapping services<br />Starting point for a statewide gazetteer that is more authoritative than GNIS<br />Products could include rendered maps, rendered layers/layer sets, map imagetiles, Web services, raw data layers…<br />Multiple representation concept to link to larger- and smaller-scale datasets if developed<br />Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference, Madison, Feb 2011<br />
  9. 9. Linkages (National)<br />National Map<br />US Topo<br />GNIS<br />Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference, Madison, Feb 2011<br />
  10. 10. Linkages (Commercial)<br />Esri Community Maps Program<br />Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference, Madison, Feb 2011<br />
  11. 11. Linkages (State)<br />Efforts to develop/distribute statewide layers<br /><ul><li>GIO Spatial Data Repository
  12. 12. MCDs (WIGICC Task Force)
  13. 13. Parcels, PLSS (GIO, SCO)</li></ul>Synergies with state agencies to advance goals<br /><ul><li>DOT road map
  14. 14. DNR maps and services
  15. 15. Wisconsin Geographic Names Council (DNR)</li></ul>Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference, Madison, Feb 2011<br />
  16. 16. Next steps<br />Initial planning stage/requirements gathering<br />Looking for input on desired content, features, products and services<br />Looking for partners and stakeholders who want to participate<br />Next step: Create advisory committee to help guide the project<br />We want to hear from you!<br />Wisconsin Land Information Association Annual Conference, Madison, Feb 2011<br />
  17. 17. Questions?<br />(608) 262-6852<br />veregin@wisc.edu<br />(608) 890-3793<br />ttkennedy@wisc.edu<br />

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