SpaceTech applications

Focusing on the ways that space-borne observations and timing data can support activities on Earth.

Led by Associate Professor Alan Duffy, this program is focusing on the ways that space-borne observations and timing data can support activities on Earth.

In partnership with earth observation specialists, government and industries, the program will address three focus area:

MinEx through Earth observation

Satellite data can be used to support exploration, remote operation and monitoring of closure in the mineral industry, as well as providing new insights into the landscape using the latest machine learning techniques and imagery.

Astrophysical solutions for hyperspectral imagery

Astronomical facilities typically operate 10x higher resolution, and larger wavelength coverage than the latest space observations - and these tools can be used to deliver results outside the field of astronomy.

Emergency products with data fusion

Data fusion can support emergency services on the ground in rapidly changing situations be it bushfire, flood or landslide, but requires uniquely challenging combinations of both complimentary wavelength and rapid cadence observations.

Associated researchers

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