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