University of Florida GeoPlan Center
The Geo-Facilities Planning and Information Research Center, or GeoPlan Center, was established in 1984 as a response to local and statewide needs for a teaching and research environment in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The Center is affiliated with the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, in the University of Florida's College of Design, Construction and Planning. See below to learn about our current projects.
Geospatial data for all. Online library of free and standardized digital geospatial data for FloridaRead More "Florida Geographic Data Library (FGDL)"
Environmental streamlining, coordination, and data integration for transportation planningRead More "Efficient Transportation Decision Making (ETDM)"
Data and tools for visualizing and identifying sea level rise impacts to Florida's transportation systemRead More "Sea Level Scenario Sketch Planning Tool"
In addition to funded research projects, the GeoPlan Center engages in teaching and service for the University.
If you are interested in ArcGIS software and have questions about whether the ESRI license is available for your work, please read the Software FAQs and consider what you need. You can Contact Us to learn more...Read More "Software"
Online GIS Certificate
Learn spatial analysis techniques from the comfort of your own home. Our certificate program is completely online.Read More "Online GIS Certificate"
The GeoPlan Center provides expertise for geospatial projects, such as proposal development, systems design, and technical assistance. While GIS has become a mainstream component of many projects, some organizations still underestimate the time involved building...Read More "Services"