Digital Infrastructure Engineering Systems


Everything that happens, happens somewhere. We rely so much on devices and data but how to do we capture that data? So much information depends on location.

With this major, you’ll learn how to measure, analyse and display data that will change how we understand the environment around us and how we build infrastructure.

You’ll combine geographic and location information from thousands of sources – like global positioning satellites, land surveying, laser mapping and smartphones to map and visualise our environments. You might use computer technology to build 3D visual representations of our cities to design better transport systems – or you could build the next generation of Google Earth.

There are many ways you can use this kind of knowledge in your career. Buildings and the construction industry are using digital infrastructure engineering to plan and optimise how we build. We need digital infrastructure engineers to help us predict and respond to natural disasters.

Use drones, laser scanners and build an understanding of software to improve our engineering processes.

For professional accreditation as a digital infrastructure engineer, follow this major to the Master of Digital Infrastructure Engineering.

Our Engineering graduate degrees are professionally accredited under EUR-ACE® and Washington Accord (through Engineers Australia), which means your degree is recognised throughout Europe and the 17 countries of the Washington Accord.

You can study this major through the Bachelor of Design or Bachelor of Science.