Lamar University Geospatial Center which located in the Department of Earth and Space Sciences is equipped with state-of-the-art technologies:

  • ICI HALO PRO Drone with improved flight performance and better loading capacity to carry multispectral and hyperspectral camera systems
  • DJI Phantom4 Pro Drone System
  • Sony R10C High-resolution visible multispectral camera systems
  • Two 640 P-Series Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) UAV camera system
  • Two 9640 P-Series/USB Calibrated Thermal Camera with Temperature Measurement system
  • Methane Mapper sensor that is being used for collecting concentration data at 2 Hz
  • UAV LiDAR System for topographic mapping and 3D terrain analysis
  • GSMP-25U Potassium Drone Magnetometer
  • RS-5400 VNIR&SWIR Portable Field Spectroradiometer
  • 20 powerful Dell Precision Workstations
  • HP 4650dn Color LaserJet printers
  • Epson Stylus Pro T7000 wide-format (44 inch) color printer
  • Vidor Select P42 wide-format (42 inch) color scanner
  • ENVI image analysis software (Harrisgeospatial)
  • ArcGIS 10.x and ArcPro for Desktop (ESRI) with extensions that include Spatial Analyst, Geostatistical Analyst, 3D Analyst, Network Analyst, Tracking Analyst and Publisher
LGC Facilities
LGC lab
Drone in flight
Group aerial