Geomatics-based spatial technology transforms the functionality of built environments and the administration of both public services and private enterprises.
We develop and apply spatial sensing, mapping, analysis and communication technology. The resulting spatial intelligence solutions enable new functional capabilities and enhance the resilience and productivity of myriad systems, from transport and planning through to disaster management.
Industry collaboration and engagement
Our engagement with industry partners is underlined by an intensive, multidisciplinary R&D program, focussing on:
- Ubiquitous positioning in indoor and outdoor environments
- Remote sensing, photogrammetry, LIDAR from aerial and ground-based platforms, including unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)
- Computer vision and scene understanding
- Engineering surveying
- 3D cadastre and land administration systems
- Spatial data infrastructures
- Disaster management and public safety
- Spatial analytics, simulation and visualisation
- Urban mobility and navigation systems
- Spatial cognitive engineering
- 3D mapping and modelling of indoor and outdoor environments.
Our research capability is supported by the outstanding R&D infrastructure and the transdisciplinary Research Platforms of Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology.
How to engage with us
We work with private and public sector partners on a broad range of real-world challenges, including precision positioning, location-based Internet of Things (IoT), 3D and virtual models, digital twins and building information models, urban analytics, and mobility analytics and support.
A range of partnership models are available:
Consulting and strategic use of technology
Assessing emerging technologies, technology implications for policy, research and systems engineering.
Based on contract or collaborative research models.
Student projects, internships and placements
Undergraduate and graduate student work experience, PhD candidate and postdoctoral internships.
|Title||Given name||Family name||Position||Profile|
|Assoc Prof||Jagannath||Aryal||Associate Professor||Profile | Introfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr||Behnam||Atazadeh||Research Fellow, Urban Land Administration||Profileemail@example.com|
|Mr||Farshad||Badiee||Research Assistant (ePlan Systems Engineer)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr||Yiqun (Benny)||Chen||Research Fellow, Spatial Technologies||Profileemail@example.com|
|Assoc Prof||Mohsen||Kalantari Soltanieh||Associate Professor||Profile | Introfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr||Amir||Khodabandeh||Lecturer||Profile | Introemail@example.com|
|Assoc Prof||Kourosh||Khoshelham||Associate Professor||Profile | Introfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr||Afshin||Mesbahmarjani||Research Assistant (System Developer, ePlan)||email@example.com|
|Mr||Hamed||Olfat||Senior Research Fellow, ePlan||Profilefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof||Abbas||Rajabifard||Discipline Leader, Professor||Profile | Introemail@example.com|
|Dr||Soheil||Sabri||Research Fellow, Urban Analytics||Profilefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr||Davood||Shojaei||Lecturer||Profile | Introemail@example.com|
|Mr||Qi Jing Kenny||Tan||Senior Tutorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr||Martin||Tomko||Senior Lecturer||Profile | Introemail@example.com|
|Prof||Stephan||Winter||Deputy Head (Academic), Professor||Profile | Introfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ms||Yuke||Xie||Research Assistant (System Developer, ePlan)||email@example.com|
Significant alumni: Thornton-Smith Medal awardees
Each year the discipline of Geomatics awards a medal celebrating the contributions of graduates of the Department of Infrastructure Engineering to the Geomatics industry. The medal is named after Thornton Smith, the first Head of Department of Geomatics at the University of Melbourne.
|2011||Gary J. Hunter|
|2010||Paul R. Harcombe|
|2007||Soh Kheng Peng|
|2006||Gabrielle Mary McCarthy|
|2005||Steven Kenneth Jacoby|
|2004||Bradley Reginald Quick|
|2003||Bruce C. Forster|
|2002||Anthony Mark Judd|
|2001||George L. Benwell|
|2000||Kenneth B. Toleman|
|1999||George G. Bennett|
|1998||Robert Arthur Eddington|
|1997||Peter Julian Ramm|