Progressively connecting research and adoption
GeoInnovation is a Texas A&M technology service center directed by Dr. Daniel Goldberg and is composed of an ethincally diverse team of skilled faculty and students from various disciplines.
Our mission is to provide best-in-class software solutions for cross-domain research applications.
As part of the Texas A&M family, we bleed maroon. All GeoInnovation staff, faculty, and students are current or graduated Aggies. Gig 'Em!
Though our foundations lie in GIS, our endeavours are far reaching into other disciplines including health, oil, workforce, and activity pattern recognition.
Our broad disciplinary coverage allows us to explore novel and innovative technological methods in science applications.
We specialize in research and software development for research in cross-domain applications, partnering with other centers to offer GIS technology development services for research frameworks, data analysis, and advancement of ideas.
Have spatial data and need a mapping platform for data presentation or analysis? We can do that.
Utilizing modern technology for researching and monitoring human health conditions.
Human Activity Recognition
Utilizing modern wearable technology to create recognizition patterns for human activity research.
Custom-tailored web and mobile data collection and analysis applications utilizing the most modern and powerful technologies to meet your demands.
Texas A&M is a leading center for Geographic Information Systems and Science Technology (GIST) development both by students and faculty. These centers are recognized as Esri Development Centers (EDC), a distinction granted to only a handful of academic institutions worldwide, to advance and provide system integration and development in application domains.
Have a look at some of our recent work and see what GeoInnovation Service Center can do for you.
GIS-specific job listings ranked by relevance sourced from LinkedIn.
GIS-specific project portal for clients and students.
Mapping platform for researching feral cat spatial distributions.
Event management system for the yearly GIS Day event at Texas A&M