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The Surveying and Geospatial Engineering (SAGE) Research Group has been conducting world class research in the subdisciplines of geodesy, photogrammetry, positioning measurement and remote sensing since the 1960s.

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CVEN Emeritus Professor Chris Rizos believes there is a geospatial revolution happening in positioning, mapping and remote sensing.

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Our Postgraduate students can immerse themselves in their research, surrounded by supportive peers and passionate academics and with access to fantastic UNSW facilities