The Geovisualization Laboratory is located in Room 108B of Leonard Hall. The technology available in the laboratory was purchased using ND EPSCoR program funds. The laboratory primarily supports the research of Lance D. Yarbrough, Assistant Professor and is also used to leverage other spatial application research in the Department of Geology and Geological Engineer, the School of Engineering and Mines, UND and regional collaborators and partners.
The laboratory is equipped with the following technology:
HP DL 160 Rackserver with dual Xeon processors, 8 GB RAM and 1.2 TB diskspace
- 4.0 TB data storage unit
- 2.0 TB data saturate unit
- HP Z3100PS GP 44" Plotter
- 80 inch paper cutter
- 72 inch GeoWall 3-D visualization display (under development)
The server hosts ArcServer and multiple web applications. The server and physical data storage units are housed in a portable rackmount cabinet. This allows the resources to be transported to Emergency Operation Centers (EOC) during emergency response and recovery.