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Spatial information is geographic and location-tagged information that’s collected using thousands of sources – think global positioning satellites, land surveying, laser mapping, smart phones and vehicles.
Spatial systems is the study of the science and technology of measurement, mapping and visualisation of natural and built environments. We aim to answer questions of where, what and when.
As a surveyor or spatial engineer, you could find yourself measuring natural and built environments using drones and laser scanners. Or perhaps building the next generation of Google Earth, or creating software that will help us predict and respond to natural disasters.
For professional accreditation as a spatial engineer, follow this major with the Master of Spatial 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.