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Navigation Laboratory

This laboratory is jointly set up between Department of Land Surveying and Geoinformatics (LSGI) and Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA). The Objectives of the laboratory are

  • To engage navigational research activities in both theoretical investigation and technology development
  • To promote modern navigation technology for ITS
  • To provide service, consultancy and technology transfer to the society
  • To establish a centre for academic exchange, industrial collaboration and educational teaching and training

Since the establishment of the laboratory, navigation and ITS have become one of key research areas in the department. A number of products developed through different research projects for navigation and ITS applications have been in the stage of commercialization. We are also organizing the international symposium on inertial technology, GPS, and ITS, together with Chinese Association of Inertial Technology and Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

Hot news & events

LSGI's 30th Anniversary (29 May 2014)

Renowned Scholar in Geodesy Gave Seminars at LSGI (1 Apr 2014)

Outstanding Student Award (1 Apr 2014)

LSGI Research Receives Awards (31 Mar 2014)

LSGI scholar wins the 2014 John I. Davidson President's Award of ASPRS (13 Feb 2014)

HKPolyU-Wuhan University Partner GNSS Research Center Established at LSGI (20 Jan 2014)

LSGI Seminar: Assessment of Environment from Satellite Observation (23 Jan 2014)

Visit of China University of Mining and Technology (14 Jan 2014)

The Third International Workshop on Earth Observation and Remote Sensing Applications (EORSA 2014) (Abstract submission on or before 20 Jan 2014)

Recent LSGI Lunar Mapping Achievements Covered Widely by Media (30 Dec 2013)

PolyU Lunar Mapping Techniques Contributed to the Successful Landing of Chang'E-3 on the Moon (20 Dec 2013)

Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation - Civil Engineering and Surveying (NDT&ECES) Workshop 2014 in BAM, Berlin

International Association of Chinese Professionals in Global Positioning Systems (CPGPS)
6th CPGPS Forum (9-11 Jan 2014)

LSGI Seminar: Mapping and localization techniques for teleoperation of Chang'E-3 lunar rover (6 Dec 2013)

The Seventh Cross-strait Geomatics Conference (21-23 Nov 2013)

19th Congregation of LSGI (13 Nov 2013)

An Unified Approach of Non-Destructive Testing and Evaluation on Building, Civil Engineering and Underground Utility Structures and Material (5 Sep 2013)

Introduction of Underground Utility Surveying - as a Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation Method (29 Aug 2013)

LSGI academic received the 2013 China Satellite Navigation Conference (CSNC) Excellent Paper Award

The 8th World Congress on Engineering Asset Management (WCEAM 2013)

LSGI Students and Staff - core members of the Gold Award winning team in PolyU's Outstanding Service Learning Project Awards 2012

FCE Sustainable Urban Development Forum cum Research Alumni Reunion

LSGI Received PTeC Maximum Staff Participation Award 2012

Summer School for Outstanding Postgraduate and Senior Undergraduate Students

LSGI Community Outreach: Basketball Game with MTRC Land Surveying Team

8th International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality (ISSDQ2013)

Dr. Bo WU Received the Excellence in Research Award 2011/2012

Dr. George Zhizhao Liu Received Early Career Award 2012/13 from Hong Kong Research Grants Council

Outstanding LSGI Alumni 2012 - Result Announcement

Four New Staff Members Join the Department in September 2012

LSGI's Latest Research on Future Hong Kong Urban Temperature Attracts Wide Attention

LSGI Welcomes a Famous New Professor : Mei-Po KWAN

LSGI Programmes Accredited by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers.

Research Student Scholarships Available Now.Click here for application.

Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme

Research Activities

The LSGI is very active in research activities. It hosts research centres which focus on geomatics, remote sensing and urban hazards. Find out more.

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