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Virginia Tech Geospatial Information Sciences

Virginia Tech GIS (Virginia Tech Geospatial Information Sciences) is a geospatial initiative of Virginia Tech, a division of Information Technology's Converged Technologies for Security, Safety and Resilience.

Virginia Tech GIS serves as an interdisciplinary resource providing integrated GIS support to geospatial research, teaching, outreach and administrative functions.

Virginia Tech GIS serves to advance geospatial science and research at Virginia Tech through collaborations with Virginia Tech faculty and administrators, research centers, local, state and federal agencies, and external partners.

Virginia Tech GIS applies geospatial technologies and analytical methods to address our strategic objectives in the areas of:

  • Research and Collaboration
  • Safety and Security
  • Community Broadband
  • Energy and Sustainability
  • Health Information Technology
  • Lowering Barriers to the Use of GIS Tools and Data
Virginia Tech GIS is:
Center for Geospatial Information Technology
CGIT is an interdisciplinary center that stands ready to partner with university researchers, government agencies, and the private sector to research and develop advanced uses of geospatial technologies.
Learn more about CGIT
Enterprise GIS
This administrative unit provides centralized storage and hosting of GIS data, web-mapping applications hosting and design assistance, and a centralized base map for the campus and the Commonwealth of Virginia. 
Learn  more about Enterprise GIS
Virginia Tech GIS
1700 Pratt Drive (0214)
Blacksburg, VA 24060

(540) 231-1853