The Arkansas GIS Office was involved in hosting the Mid-America GIS Consortium MAGIC Clearinghouse Summit. State representatives from the region gathered in northwest Arkansas August 16th and 17th to learn about issues, challenges and the success stories of operating statewide GIS data clearinghouses.
The Arkansas Geographic Information Systems Office (AGISO) in partnership with the Arkansas GIS Users Forum is offering a registration grant for one full conference registration ($400) to attend the 2015 Arkansas GIS Users Forum Symposium, on August 31st to September 4th, 2015 in Little Rock, Arkansas. This symposium provides an outstanding opportunity to access GIS Short […]
The Arkansas GIS Office is pleased to announce the following data updates to the Arkansas Spatial Data Infrastructure. Brand NEW! never before published tax parcel polygon data for Crittenden and Sevier counties! Updated tax parcel polygon data for Washington County. Updated site data for Public School locations from the Department of Education. As always we […]
Arkansas Geographic Information Systems Board Meeting Spring Board Meeting J.B. Hunt Center for Academic Excellence JBHT 535 Executive Board Room – 5th Floor University of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR 72701 AGENDA Wednesday, June 3rd 2015 9:00AM – 3:00PM Chair calls meeting to order Chair Welcomes and Acknowledges Guests Welcome by Jim Rankin, Vice Provost for Research […]
The Arkansas Geographic Information Systems Office acts as the functional arm of the Arkansas Geographic Information Systems Board. Our major activities include providing administrative and technical support to the Board. We pursue activities that result in coordinated,cost-effective programs for GIS data development and distribution. In fulfilling this role we coordinate with cities, counties, state, federal […]
On May 21, 2015 at 1:00 pm CDT, a public meeting will be held to discuss potential high-resolution elevation data projects for federal fiscal year (FY) 2016. This meeting is designed as a forum for all interested stakeholders in the Arkansas 3DEP community to discuss potential high-resolution elevation data project areas, identify common areas of […]
It’s time for some much needed system maintenance. The Arkansas Spatial Data Infrastructure will be offline beginning on Friday, May 8th through the weekend until Monday May 11th. Users should make your data request and fill your carts now for any data needed prior to the weekend.
2015 NASA Senior Review Every two years, NASA reviews all of its Earth science satellites to determine whether to continue funding/operating the satellites in order to produce their related data products. While science is the primary factor in their determination, NASA does take into account the views of other agencies (Federal, State, & Local), private […]