NebraskaView led by Center for Advanced Land Management Information Technologies (CALMIT) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is a consortium of partners interested in facilitating the use of and access to geospatial information. NebraskaView has both institutional and individual partners.

Partners have opportunities to share data, participate in training, enhance opportunities for research, and partake in other benefits including:

  • Identifying and Accessing Data: NebraskaView staff can help you identify data for meeting your specific needs, and in many cases can help acquire data at little or no cost.
  • Training: NebraskaView staff provide a variety of short courses (1 day to 1 week) and web-based training; courses to suit specialized requirements can be custom-developed.
  • Data Acquisition: NebraskaView can provide aerial imagery custom flown by the CALMIT aircraft program to meet specialized requirements.
  • Research: NebraskaView staff are available to develop collaborative research projects anywhere in the state.
  • Visiting Scientists Program: NebraskaView partners can arrange for on-site visits at CALMIT ranging from 1 day to several months. NebraskaView will provide office space, and complete access to staff and facilities for the duration of the visit.
  • NebraskaView Outreach Program: NebraskaView staff can visit partners for training, lectures or consulting.
Nebraska Games and Parks Commission
NASA Nebraska Space Grant
University of Nebraska-Omaha | Geography
Nebraska Information Technology Commission
Creighton University Department of Biology
Natural Drought Mitigation Center
Nebraska Department of Natural Resources
Wayne State College Department of History, Politics and Geography