RMIT is home to a unique and world-leading range of research expertise in “space” and “spatial” sciences.
“Spatial” is all about location and place; and “Space” based technologies such as positioning, navigation and timing, Earth observations, and satellite communications supply streams of data that power . services across a range of industries from agriculture, construction, energy, resources, transport, advanced digital analytics to location-based services. In recent years, the Australian Space and Spatial industries are undergoing rapid change and growth. Space and spatial underpins a huge range of research at RMIT from Science & Engineering to Social Studies, Architecture to Business, and the Environment to Artificial Intelligence.
SASCCAR aims to strengthen RMIT space and spatial research through increasing of internal and external collaborations.
Find out more about the network, its activities, and how to get involved…
See information about the recent SmartSat CRC RMIT Researcher Engagement Workshop