The Research Centre for Geo-Information Science and Technology has been formally approved by the University's Research Committee. It aims:
¡P To conduct specialised research in geo-information science and technology;
¡P To promote external research collaborations; and
¡P To promote applications of latest research outputs and to provide services to the local and international communities.
The main research areas of the Research Centre are included in three laboratories:
¡P Laboratory for Environmental Change (LEC) which is concerned with the monitoring of environmental changes and natural hazards
¡P Laboratory for Integrated Navigation Technologies (LINT), focusing on integrated navigation technologies and information systems
¡P Cyber City Laboratory (CCL), which conducts research on technologies for the development of cyber city