Surveying and Geospatial Engineering Laboratory research is organised into the following themes: Geodetic Infrastructure & Analysis, Precise GNSS Positioning, Personal & Indoor Navigation, Multi-GNSS Studies, Navigation Receiver Design & Signal Processing, Multi-sensor Integrated Systems.
Has a particular focus on Precise Positioning using Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), to address the accuracy requirements of Geodesy, Surveying, Mapping and Precision Navigation.
A wide range of applications are investigated, including surveying, geodesy, structural monitoring, geo-referencing of moving platforms, support for robotics and machine guidance.
Addresses the significant engineering challenge of deriving position/navigation information provided in indoor environments which are unsuited for GNSS.
Recognises that Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) capabilities are rapidly gaining importance in modern societies.
Concerned with the development of technologies and algorithms for navigation sensor systems that can operate in all conditions, and especially those where GNSS cannot be used.
Focused on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) receiver technology. Receiver design is a significant research challenge as the number of GNSS constellations expand and new navigation signals are broadcast to users.