CyberGIS represents a new generation of GIS based on seamless synthesis of cyberinfrastructure, geographic information science, and spatial analysis and modeling. The NSF funded CyberGIS project advances the science of CyberGIS, with a particular focus on enabling the analysis of big spatial datasets, computationally intensive spatial analysis and modeling, and collaborative geospatial problem solving and decision-making. The CyberGIS Gateway provides an online, high-performance and collaborative geospatial problem-solving environment to allow for the contribution, sharing of and access to CyberGIS services and tools by a broad community of geospatial scientists and GIS users.

Principal Investigators: 

Nancy Wilkins-Diehr, University of California San Diego

Past ACID Participants: 
Funding Source: 

National Science Foundation