Broadband service providers, citizens, and governments have access to broadband planning via the toolbox. The toolbox currently includes: Virginia Broadband Availability Map and Integrated Broadband Planning and Analysis Tool, Vertical Assets Inventory Tool 2.0, Virginia Telecommunications Policy Database, SurveyCardinal, and DataCardinal.
CGIT is creating a spatial database of geolocated crashes for the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles and highway safety professionals to improve safety through education and enforcement.
CGIT is enhancing and rebranding our Vineyards Site Assessment Tool to include more data and tools. Among the features to be added are user-created accounts with the potential to receive email alerts based on new weather data gathered from a variety of outside sources, a new site score feature and interactive map and model interface, and more.
CGIT is developing an online GIS mapping tool and a dataset tailored to the needs of the Cooperative Extension. This tool will allow extension professionals to view data for the geographic area of their choice and download the data for integration in reports.
CGIT is partnering with citizen scientists to study and conserve native Appalachian medicinal forest plants.
CGIT is developing a bike-mounted Raspberry Pi unit and web viewer to store and analyze data from various sensors to measure air quality along bike routes in and around Blacksburg.
This project focuses on the standardization of GIS data from the County of Montgomery, Town of Christiansburg, Town of Blacksburg, and Virginia Tech in order to provide 911 dispatchers a seamless, uniform map view of these jurisdictions. The processes developed for this project should be applicable to other jurisdictions.
CGIT will continue support of the Virginia Veteran and Family Support (VVFS) Data Management System from October, 2016 - December, 2017. Support will include migrating the system from VT-IPG to CGIT and maintenance on the system as needed. VVFS provides peer and family support and care coordination services to Virginia veterans, members of the Virginia National Guard and Armed Forces Reserves (not in federal service), and their families with a special emphasis on those affected by stress related conditions or traumatic brain injuries resulting from military service.
CGIT is leading an initiative to create a comprehensive three-dimensional model of the town of Blacksburg, Virginia. The virtual model will include topography, aerial photography, and buildings in a 3-D environment that can be used to visualize related spatial information such as building interiors, utilities, and networks.