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FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT
The GIS Training and Research Center (GIS TReC) at Idaho State University maintains a staff of
personnel with knowledge, skills, and abilities across a wide spectrum of Geographic Information
Science. The University's GIS Director and team leader of the GIS TReC, Keith T. Weber is a Certified
GIS Professional (GISP) with over 35 peer-reviewed professional publications to his credit. Together
with other staff scientists there exists over 30 years of experience in applied GIS research and
multispectral remote sensing analysis.
The GIS TReC staff is experienced producing cartography for a wide variety of audiences and purposes
and can advise on layout, flow, and print media. In addition, staff members have experience in effective
geodatabase design following an end user driven paradigm, along with the production, configuration,
and maintenance of geodatabases.
As the recognized regional leader in GIS continuing education, the GIS TReC offers numerous
workshops annually which are designed to help GIS professionals maintain and enhance their skills in
the field.

We offer a range of GIS courses to undergraduate and graduate students and GIS workshops to
agencies, institutions, corporations, faculty, and staff. These courses address topics, such as, core GIS
(e.g., Principles of GIS and Advanced GIS), spatial data analysis (e.g., Spatial Analysis and
Geostatistical Spatial Data Analysis), programming (e.g., Programming for GIS and Advanced GIS
Programming), and other closely related geotechnologies (e.g., IT for GIS, Remote Sensing, and GNSS
Applications in Research).
The GIS TReC also completes GIS research projects with faculty, agencies, institutions, and
corporations that do not have the facilities or expertise to do so.
The GIS TReC has been awarded the prestigious ESRI Special Achievements in GIS award. This honor
was bestowed upon only 150 sites (chosen from among over 300,000 user sites worldwide) in 2000 and
again in 2013.
The GIS Training and Research Center is equipped with:
HARDWARE
1. Enterprise GIS Server constellation:

ArcSDE & IBM DB2 Server and GIS Web Mirror Server: Dell PowerEdge 6650 server
running Windows 2008 server with hardware RAID-5 694GB hot-swappable SCSI hard
drives and 4 Xeon 1.4GHz CPUs with 8GB RAM and hot-swappable redundant power
supplies
GIS Web Server and ArcGIS License Server: Dell PowerEdge 2650 server running Windows Server 2008 Enterprise edition with hardware RAID-5 153 GB hot-swappable SCSI hard drives and 1 Xeon 1.76GHz CPU with 1GB SDRAM Spatial Library Server: Dell PowerEdge 2950 running Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise edition with hardware RAID-5 1.8 TB hot-swappable SCSI hard drives and 2 Intel Quad Core XCL 2.66 GHz CPUs with 16 GB SDRAM and hot-swappable redundant power supplies Linux Server: Dell PowerEdge 2650 server running Ubuntu 12.04 with hardware RAID-5 546 GB hot swappable SCSI hard drives and 2 Intel Xeon 3.2 GHz CPUs with 12 GB SDRAM and hot-swappable redundant power supplies. Linux Server: Dell PowerVault 735N running Ubuntu 12.04 with hardware RAID-0 180 GB hot swappable SCSI hard drive and 1 Intel Pentium III 866 MHz CPU with 512 MB RAM and hot-swappable redundant power supplies. ArcGIS Server & GPS Server: Dell PowerEdge 2950 III running Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition with hardware RAID -5 1.8 TB hot-swappable SCSI hard drives and 2 Dual Core Intel Xeon 3.33 GHz CPUs with 24 GB SDRAM and hot-swappable redundant power supplies. ArcGIS Server: Dell PowerEdge R710 running Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition with hardware RAID- 5 6 TB hot-swappable SCSI hard drives and 1 Quad Core Intel Xeon 2.93 GHz CPU with 24 GB SDRAM and hot-swappable redundant power supplies. Linux Server: Dell PowerEdge 2550 server running Ubuntu 12.04 with hardware RAID-5 120GB hot-swappable SCSI hard drives and 2 Pentium III 1.0GHz CPU's with 2.1GB RAM and hot-swappable redundant power supplies Spatial Library/LiDAR Server: Dell PowerEdge R510 server running Windows Server 2008 Enterprise edition with hardware RAID-5 4.7TB hot-swappable SAS hard drives and 1 Intel Xeon 2.53GHz CPU with 12GB SDRAM and hot-swappable redundant power supplies. On-site server constellation is backed up by two APC 3000 SmartUPS devices, powered through two discrete Idaho Power incoming electrical lines. Archive Server (Off-Site): Dell PowerEdge 2800 server running Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition with hardware RAID-5 2.2TB hot-swappable SCSI hard drives and 1 Xeon 3.0GHz CPU with 2GB SDRAM GPS Server (Off-Site): Dell XPS 600 workstation running Windows 7 Enterprise edition with 465GB hard drive and 1 Intel Pentium D 3.46 GHz CPU with 2 GB RAM 2. Dedicated Instructional Workstation: Dell Optiplex GX755 workstation running Windows 7
Enterprise with 460GB of hard drive space and 1 Intel Core2 Duo 3.16 GHz CPU with 4GB RAM. Also part of this system: Intuos2 9x12 tablet, lens cursor, and inking pen. 3. Student Workstations: Fifteen(15) : Dell Optiplex GX755 workstation running Windows 7
Enterprise with 460GB of hard drive space and 1 Intel Core2 Duo 3.16 GHz CPU with 4GB RAM and dual monitors. Also part of this system: Xerox Phaser 3350 black and white printer 4. Research and Development Server: Dell PowerEdge R420 server running Windows Server
2012 64-bit edition with 1 TB hard drive and 2 Xeon 6 core 1.90 GHz CPU with 32GB RAM. Running Windows Hyper-V virtual machines. 5. Hadoop Pseudo-Cluster: Dell PowerEdge 850 server running Ubuntu 12.04 with 1 TB hard
drive and 1 Pentium D 3.2 GHz CPU with 4GB RAM 6. Teaching Assistant Workstation: Dell Optiplex GX755 workstation running Windows 7
Enterprise with 460GB of hard drive space and 1 Intel Core2 Duo 3.16 GHz CPU with 4GB RAM. 7. Geo-Lounge Workstation: Dell XPS Generation 4 workstation running Windows 7 Enterprise
with 400 GB of hard drive space and 1 Intel Pentium 4 3.4 GHz CPU with 3 GB RAM. 8. Research Workstations
Two (2) Dell Precision T3400 workstations running Windows 7 Enterprise x64 with 660 GB hard drive and 1 Intel Core2 Quad 2.39 GHz CPU with 4 GB RAM Two (2) Dell Precision T3400 workstations running Windows 7 Enterprise x64 with 640GB hard drive and 1 Core 2 Duo 3.16 GHZ CPU with 4GB RAM One (1) Dell XPS 730 running Windows 7 x64 Enterprise with 500GB hard drive and 1 Pentium Core2 Duo 3.0GHz CPU with 4GB SDDR3 RAM. One (1) Dell Precision T3400 workstation running Windows 7 Enterprise x64 with 1TB hard drive and 1 Intel Core 2 Xtreme 3.0 GHZ CPU with 8GB RAM One (1) Dell XPS Generation 4 workstation running Windows 7 Enterprise with 1.2TB hard drive and 1 Pentium IV 3.4GHz CPU with 4GB RAM. 9. Cartographic Workstation
One (1) Dell Precision T3400 workstation running Windows 7 Enterprise x64 with 900 GB of hard drive space and 1 Intel Core2 Quad 2.39 GHz CPU with 4GB RAM. Also part of this system: Two (2) 20.1” flat panel monitors and a Canon Image PROGRAF iPF8000s 42” wide printer with 1200 dpi printing capabilities and an 80GB hard drive 10. Other
One (1) Alienware ALC workstation running Windows 7 Enterprise x64 with 500GB solid state hard drive, an Intel Core i7 3.2 GHz CPU with 12GB RAM One (1) Dell Optiplex GX755 running Windows 7 Enterprise x64 with 160GB hard drive and 1 Pentium Core2 Duo 3.0GHz with 4GB RAM. One (1) Dell Optiplex GX400 workstation running Windows 2000 with 40GB hard drive and 1 Pentium IV 2.2GHz CPU and 1GB RAM. Also part of this system: 36” color drum scanner (800dpi) One (1) Motorola ML900 field laptop computer running Windows XP Professional with 37.25GB hard drive and 1 Pentium IV 1.7GHz CPU with 1GB RAM. Integrated GPS receiver included. One (1) Dell Latitude D630 laptop computer running Windows 7 Enterprise with a 120 GB hard drive and 1 Intel Duo 2.00 GHz CPU with 2 GB RAM. One (1) Panasonic Toughbook field laptop computer running Windows 7 Enterprise with 75 GB hard drive and 1 Intel Duo 1.66 GHz CPU with 512 MB RAM. One (1) HP Pavilion dv2 laptop computer running Windows 7 Enterprise with 320GB hard drive and 1 AMD Neo 1.6GHz CPU with 4GB RAM. One (1) HP Pavilion dv5 laptop computer running Windows 7 with 500GB hard drive and 1 Intel Core i5 2.53 GHz CPU with 4GB RAM. One (1) Xerox Phaser 7750DN color laser printer. One (1) Hewlett Packard 8300 ScanJet flatbed scanner. One (1) Hewlett Packard Office Jet 720 capable of scanning, faxing, color copying and printing. Gigabit Ethernet deployed for all workstations and servers. Dark fiber network from the GIS Center to the ISU backbone. ISU is an Internet2 University. 8 ft. prismatic projection screen and Mitsubishi 1080i LCD projector. One (1) BenQ LCD projector. One (1) Portable BoxLight LCD projector. Six (6) Trimble Juno SB hand held GPS receivers. Five (5) Trimble GeoXT hand held GPS receivers. One (1) Trimble ProXR mapping grade GPS receivers Three (3) Trimble GeoXH hand held GPS receivers One (1) Trimble ProXR Pathfinder Community Base Station phase corrected GPS receiver. This receiver has been permanently mounted and is continuously running as the GIS Center’s Community Base Station. One (1) Davis Vantage Pro2 Weather Station with soil moisture and temperature probes and solar radiation sensors. SOFTWARE
1. ESRI’s ArcGIS 10.2 (including Spatial Analyst, 3D Analyst, Network Analyst, Geostatistical 2. ESRI’s ArcGIS Server 10.2 3. ENVI remote sensing software 4. ESRI’s ArcPad and ArcPad Application Builder 5. Clark University Lab’s Idrisi Taiga GIS for Windows 6. Virtual Nature Studio 5 Landscape Simulation GIS software 7. Jasc Paint Shop Pro ver. X4 8. Onyx Poster Shop Pro 9. Trimble Pathfinder Office software 4.2 10. Trimble Pathfinder Community Base Station software (ver. 2.68) 11. MS Office 2010 Professional 12. EndNote 6.0 13. Adobe Acrobat 9.0 14. MS Visual Studio 2008 Professional edition. 15. ESRI Spatial Database Engine (SDE) for DB2 16. IBM DB2 with Spatial Extender 17. ESRI State wide site license 1. ESRI SDE implementation on IBM DB2 RDBMS populated with detailed data sets to support 2. Full DEM and DRG coverage for our Area of Concern (AOC, cf. http://giscenter.isu.edu/data) 3. Over 2,000 DOQQ’s 4. Lightning strike data for southeastern Idaho (1998-2000) 5. Land cover change analysis data for AOC. 6. Historic wildfire data for southeastern Idaho. 7. NAIP digital ortho imagery for southeastern Idaho counties (2004, 2006, 2009, 2011) 8. Landsat 7 ETM+ imagery for 2000, 2001, and 2003 for the study area. 9. Landsat 5 TM imagery for 1987, 1997, 1998 and 2000-2011 for our AOC 10. Landsat TM imagery for 1985, 1992, and 1998 for the Palcazu River valley, Peru 11. Imagery for Focused Study Areas (FSA's) within the AOC: a) Digital Globe Quickbird high spatial resolution multispectral imagery (0.6mpp and 2.5mpp) b) Space Imaging IKONOS high spatial resolution multispectral imagery (4mpp) c) Positive Systems ADAR high spatial resolution multispectral imagery (0.7mpp) d) 3Di AISA hyperspectral imagery (1mpp) e) HyVista Hymap hyperspectral imagery (3mpp) f) RADARSAT LIDAR imagery 12. Idaho State University GIS data sets 13. Lower Portneuf River Valley aquifer GIS data sets 14. Digital Chart of the World GIS data sets 15. 1:1 million, 2 million, and 3 million world data sets 16. ESRI street data sets for the entire US 17. STATSGO soils coverage for most of the western US 18. SSURGO soils coverage for parts of Bannock, Power, and Oneida counties, Idaho. 19. Pictometry 6-inch imagery for Bannock County (2010). REMOTE SENSING CAPABILITIES
The remote sensing capabilities at ISU include the GIS TReC and facilities in the Department of Geosciences (including the Digital Mapping Lab and the Boise Center Aerospace Laboratory). The GIS TReC has ENVI, Idrisi, ERDAS, and LUCCAS software. Currently, the Department of Geosciences has ENVI, Idrisi, ERDAS and ER Mapper software. Investigators have experience processing remote sensing data acquired by the following platforms: AVHRR, Landsat, SPOT, IKONOS, Quickbird, WorldView 2, AISA, ADAR, HyMAP, PROBE 1, CASI, RADARSAT, ERS, AIRSAR, and airborne LiDAR data. The following are research topics that the GIS TReC and Department of Geosciences are currently involved with: 1. Use remotely sensed imagery for rangeland health assessment. 2. Use hyperspectral imagery for invasive weed detection and mapping 3. Use high-spatial resolution multispectral imagery for invasive weed detection and mapping. 4. Use SAR data for geomorphic and topographic mapping of the SRP 5. Use high-spatial resolution multispectral imagery and airborne LiDAR for landslide evaluation 6. Use airborne LiDAR data for low-height vegetation studies 7. Use SAR data for evaluating fluvial processes and volcanic evolution on the SRP

Source: http://giscenter.isu.edu/pdf/GISTREC-CapabilitiesFacilitiesEquipment.pdf

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