High resolution (RGBIR) natural color and color infrared aerial orthoimagery are now available from TNRIS for four urban areas.
Highlights from 2nd Quarterly Meeting of the GIO.
Professor of Oceanography, Robert Ballard, who discovered the final resting place of the Titanic and many other shipwrecks, will be a keynote at this year's GIS Forum.
High resolution (RGBIR) natural color and color infrared aerial orthoimagery are now available from TNRIS for three Texas Parks and Wildlife areas.
Let our hands-on team of data specialists assist you with physical map products and other datasets, many unavailable online.Learn More about Research & Distribution
TNRIS hosts the State of Texas’s Geographic Information Office (GIO), an inter-agency initiative to collaborate and facilitate the effective use of G.I.S. in state and local government.Learn More about the Geographic Information Office
Our annual gathering of the Texas GIS community, showcasing the latest innovations and talent in the field.Learn More about the Texas GIS Forum