Find the Data You Need

The Geospatial Cyberainfrastructure for Environmental Sensing (GeoCENS) project is an online platform that enables simplified searching, storing and sharing of environmental and other georeferenced data. 

GeoCENS features: 

  • Collaborative Networking

    Creat user profiles and share research

  • Open Standards

    Open Geospatial Consortium open data API

  • Virtual 3D Interface

    Search in situ sensors & digital maps

  • Easy Access

    Search, save and upload data remotely

Through GeoCENS, researchers have access to data from more than 60,000 sensors, 1.750 real-time sensors and 2,800 Web Map Servers - and many more are being added each month.

Orginizations interested in using GeoCENS as a data browser and social network for their databases should contact us for more details. 



Try the GeoCENS Portal
Download the GeoCENS OGC Sensor Observation Service here!

GeoCENS News & Updates

Posted on: November 28, 2012
Rockyview county uses GeoCENS to monitor groundwater wells. More than 40 well owners participate the monitoring program, and all data are QA/QC by University of Calgary scientists to ensure the data quality. Check it out here.
Posted on: November 28, 2012
Eagle Watch, developed with the GeoCENS technology, is being used for the first time this year by Alberta researchers who study the migration of golden eagles. Our EagleWatch platform on UToday. Click here to read more.
Posted on: December 7, 2011
If you are looking to search, contribute or organize your own sensor data through GeoCENS, here is the tutorial video on how to get started:   

GeoCENS Demo Video

GeoCENS is funded by CANARIE's (Network-Enabled Platform Program) and Cybera Inc.