If you’ve ever seen a drone flying across campus, it could be a Facilities Information and Technology Services (FITS) pilot collecting different types of data like RGB imagery, multispectral imagery, or LiDAR. FITS uses this data for spatiotemporal analysis, object detection and more.
As positions change and new members join the Facilities Information and Technology Services (FITS) team, we hear from three staff members about their new roles and what to know about them.
The university’s geographic information system, also known as GIS, provides a variety of mapping data for the campus community, including building information, walking directions, the campus tree inventory and more.
Facilities Information and Technology Services (FITS) provides faculty and staff free access to Space Information and Management System (SIMS), a web-based portal to view facilities data, including floor plans, facility use and capacity information in certain spaces. Request access to SIMS today.
GIS Day is an annual event that provides an opportunity for students, staff, faculty and the broader community to learn more about Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and to celebrate the power of geospatial data, methods