Geographic Information Systems use software tools to gather, transform, manipulate, analyze, and produce geospatial data related to the surface of the earth.
Through a general-fund appropriation, ITD provides the hosting infrastructure and a product coordinator for the North Dakota GIS Hub. Database administrators, web application developers, web presentation developers, and system administrators all contribute to provide a reliable, scalable, and secure environment. The GIS Hub itself is the result of many more people working together through a GIS Statewide Alliance.
ITD’s online Work Management System (WMS) may be used to submit a “Software Dev/GIS/PM/QA" Service Request.
Mark your calendars for the 2015 ND GIS Users Conference.
A GIS story map is just one of the many ways North Dakota utilizes GIS.
The Information Technology Department is sponsoring a workshop for ArcGIS users, as part of Visual ND.
The GIS Hub database environment has recently been upgraded. Although this upgrade applies mostly to state agencies, it might be interesting for some folks to know that the upgrade consisted of moving to new servers, upgrading the version of multiple Oracle instances, upgrading the version of multiple geodatabases, and upgrading the version of...
The North Dakota GIS Users Conference was a successful event with over 195 registered attendees from state agencies, counties, cities, higher education, utilities, and the private sector. The conference was held at the very nice Alerus Center in Grand Forks. The first keynote presentation, "Unmanned Aircraft: Turning Potential into Reality" was...
The GIS Strategic Plan has been updated for the 2013-2015 Biennium. To view the
The ND GIS User's Conference is approaching fast. Mark your Calendar with the following important dates:
The Conference Planning Committee is proud to announce two keynote speakers for the 2013 North Dakota GIS Users Conference: James Fee of Spatially Adjusted and Mark Askelson of the University of North Dakota.
ArcGIS Online (AGO) is a cloud-based solution from Esri that can be utilized to share data, services, maps, and applications.
In 2012 the North Dakota GIS Technical Committee (GISTC) developed a Historical Imagery Pilot Project to determine the feasibility and cost of creating one or more statewide and regional aerial imagery datasets that pre-date the 1995-1998 USGS DOQQs. This publicly available imagery will be used by multiple state agencies for change detection and...