CRC for Spatial Information
CRCSI is an international research and development centre set up in 2003 under the Australian Government Business Cooperative Research Centres Programme.
The CRCSI central focus is developing a research infrastructure that delivers commercially applicable end-user [impact] outcomes. The three application research themes – Positioning, Rapid Spatial Analytics, and Spatial Infrastructure – are supported by four key program areas. These program areas are:
Agriculture, Natural Resources and Climate Change through creation of a biomass and carbon monitoring system for high resolution and high frequency application on farms and through improved environmental monitoring
Defence by adapting the capabilities of CRCSI’s research portfolio
Built Environment to build new tools to support sustainable built infrastructure development
Health by helping agencies to spatially enable their clinical databases