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SAGE Highlights

SAGE Highlights

SAGE research

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.


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


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