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Libera systems has formed several strategic partnerships in academia and the aerospace industry. We’re always open to exploring new opportunities, so if you think we’d make good partners we would love to hear from you.

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The Center for Innovation

Libera Systems is located at The Center for Innovation, a high tech business incubator in Grand Forks, North Dakota. The Center was among the first technology entrepreneur outreach centers in the nation and has helped launch more than 440 new products and ventures since it was formed in 1984. The Center has won five national awards for excellence in innovation and entrepreneurship plus two national rankings among the nation's 700 entrepreneur programs. In 2003 the Center received the SBA Research Advocate of the Year award for ND and six western states. Additionally, The Center has been designated a "Soft Landing International Incubator", one of only eight in the world by National Business Incubator Association. Our strategic location within the Center greatly helps Libera Systems grow, market, and develop.

The University of North Dakota Department of Earth System Science and Policy and the Center for People and the Environment.

Libera Systems has partnered with the University of North Dakota and their researchers to advance precision agriculture applications through use, testing, research, promotion, marketing, and improving upon the ZoneMAP application. The Northern Great Plains Center for People and the Environment at the University of North Dakota, established in spring of 2001, retains a vision to build and nurture learning communities, creating an integrated view of all Earth's systems, in order to serve humankind's needs and desires for a sustainable and prosperous future.

The Upper Midwest Aerospace Consortium

The Upper Midwest Aerospace Consortium provides information about the environment that enables people to make decisions improving their life. The primary source of this information is data acquired by satellites and aircraft. The Consortium is distributed geographically to bring information close to its end users. UMAC includes partners in government, and non-governmental organizations, and private industry, such as Libera Systems.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Libera Systems developed the ZoneMAP application with support and cooperation from NASA. The extensive database of images ZoneMAP utilizes is obtained through the NASA funded Landsat satellites. Landsat satellites have taken specialized digital photographs of Earth’s continents and surrounding coastal regions for over three decades, enabling ZoneMAP users to build an extensive history of their fields production.

UAII International, Inc.

Libera Systems is proud to support the developments of Unmanned Applications for use in Agriculture production. UAI’s mission it facilitate the rapid movement of science from research to applications in the field. Working together, Libera and UAII are building teams of recognized experts to deliver effective, efficient, high-value solutions and services to our customers.