The impact expected to be achieved by the CRCSI from its activities since 2010 is AU$733 million meaning that for every AU$1 invested by the CRCSI there will be a resulting benefit of AU$2.50.
Since 2010 the CRCSI has delivered a research impact of AU$256 million from AU$215 million in costs.
Much of the benefit results from the CRCSI research delivering outcomes that reduce costs to end users either in collection, processing, delivery, maintenance or usage.
CRCSI announced a world-first in integrating GPS and Chinese BeiDou satellite signals to demonstrate the benefits in Australia of precise,...
Laser Scanning Applications
Scanalyse Pty Ltd commercialised laser scanning technologies globally; won an Australian Eureka Award; and has been purchased by global company...
Epiphanee has privacy filters at its core. This web based cloud friendly processor allows vast amounts of data from multiple...
CRCSI Feature Extraction project tools assisted Geoscience Australia to produce the Australian Geographic Reference Image, providing an important foundation for...
Coastal municipalities will be able to identify future impacts of climate change and sea level rise using new high resolution...
HealthTracksTM demonstrates how spatial technology can improve the communication of complex statistical data by serving as a one-stop planning and...
CRCSI produced vital flood-mapping images for the national disaster response effort during the flooding in Jan-Feb 2011, using Italian Space...
43pl recently stated a collective view that they now “have the skills and knowledge of how to interact with and...
An easy-to-use photogrammetric software system for generating spatial information products from satellite imagery, Barista has been tailored for 3D geo-positioning...
National Data Grid
NDG is a shared infrastructure that provides an economic and effective means to integrate SI from a variety of sources,...
Sichuan Earthquake Response
Quick action by CRCSI researcher Professor Linlin Ge and his UNSW team provided vital real-time information on the Sichuan earthquake...
IndjiWatch through IIntegrate
For electrical network operators which have remote assets under threat from hazards, Indji Watch is continually monitoring assets, identifying threats...
Efficiency & Safety
CRCSI researchers have achieved fuel and safety gains through improved cornering control of aircraft during power line inspections, by developing...
Pacific Island Capacity Building
Adaptation to future sea level rise to build resilience in coastal communities requires a sound understanding of the potential impacts...
Greening the Greyfields
This project is developing tools to apply spatial information to urban planning decision-making, for improved economic, social and environmental...
The Pacific islands are among the countries most vulnerable to sea level rise globally.
Continuously operating reference stations produce centimetre-level accuracy in spatially enabled cropping systems.
Economic, social, and environmental planning for a carbon-constrained future requires a capacity to monitor climate change impacts.
Completed in May 2015, the Woody Vegetation Project produced tools and procedures to auto-general landscape level woody vegetation features.
Landsat Data Mining
The project developed the processes, the underpinning standards and infrastructure to standardise the information products from the Landsat Archive.
The Spatial Infrastructures Alignment Study addressed the gap in understanding through a review of 34 Spatial Data Infrastructure initiatives.
Enhanced Flight Assistance System
This project resulted in novel path planning discovery and includes more sophisticated 3D aircraft control capabilities.
Visualisation and Analysis
HealthTracks identifies populations at disease risk and gaps in health service delivery.