About the Centre
About the Centre
The Centre undertakes research in a variety of areas relating to spatial data infrastructures, spatial enablement and land administration in order to support the sustainable development goals.
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We offer a research program, a graduate training program and a visiting scientists program.
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A visual platform designed to assist emergency services agencies to improve the management of disaster events.
Improving Resilience and Resilience Impact of National Land and Geospatial Systems
While we cannot prevent natural disasters, we can limit their impacts. This project aims to improve our understanding of land administration in the context of disaster risk management and disaster resilience.
ARC 3D Property Ownership Map Base for Smart Urban Land Administration
Fundamental and applied research to integrate 3D spatial information about vertically located ownership properties into the current 2D property maps.
Spatial Data Infrastructures and Analytical Platform
SDI and integrated analytical platform to support implementation, benchmarking, measuring and monitoring the SDG indicators.
Contributing to a smarter Victorian cadastral system.
A visualisation and analytics platform designed to support various use cases such as urban planning, disaster management, 3D cadastres and land administration, urban simulation, and digital twin.
Malaysian 3D Cadastre
A 3D cadastral database system based on land administration domain model for Malaysia.
Spatially Enabled Platform to Support Liveability Planning for a Smart Nation
Developing tools to support urban planning in Singapore.
Professor Abbas Rajabifard
PhD (Melb),MSc (ITC), Postgrad-Dipl (ITC),BSurv (Tehran), MISAust, MSSIAust
- Eileen Doufas-Shea
Executive Assistant to Prof Rajabifard
- Jemma Brewster
- CSDILA team edit special issue of Remote Sensing
Members of CSDILA, in collaboration with colleagues at LEISMARS, Wuhan University, and Beihang University, will be acting as Special Issue guest editors in the journal Remote Sensing belonging to the Urban Remote Sensing section. The issue is entitled “Geospatial Understanding of Sustainable Urban Analytics Using Remote Sensing”. The deadline for manuscripts submission is 30 June 2021, and the issue will be released after the deadline. Papers may be submitted until 30 June 2021 and will be published on an ongoing basis. We invite you to submit your paper. We also encourage you to send a short abstract or tentative title to the Special Issue editors in advance.Call for papers
Presenting at the Tenth Session of the World Urban Forum
Dr Soheil Sabri presented our research and development on Sustainable Development Goals, on the topic Spatial Enablement for City Performance Comparison and Measuring SDGs and New Urban Agenda.News
Launch of Fishermans Bend Digital Twin
We are delighted to be part of the Fishermans Bend Digital Twin Project, working closely with Victorian Government, to lead the design and development of an advanced geo-analytics and visualisation platform.News
Channel 7 News covers launch of Fishermans Bend Digital Twin
View a Channel 7 News clip of the launch of the projectNews
Sustainable Development Goals Connectivity Dilemma
We are delighted to announce the launch of a new book on ‘Sustainable Development Goals Connectivity Dilemma: Land and Geospatial Information for Urban and Rural Resilience’.News
Malaysia’s first 3D digital cadastral database based on LADM standard
We have developed the first 3D National Digital Cadastral Database (3D-NDCDB) for Malaysia.News
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