To drive the evolving concept of spatial data infrastructures and modernization of land administration systems by developing an advanced 3D virtual information system, that integrate, model, and visualize data and make it accessible for solving the demands faced by modern society.
Our 20 Years of Research and Development Excellence
In 2021, the Centre for SDIs and Land Administration at the University of Melbourne celebrated twenty years of world-class research, development, and training. CSDILA had held a Strategic Forum and celebration event to mark this milestone. This event spotlighted CSDILA's achievements and activities over the last 20 years following its inception in 2001.
About the Centre
The Centre undertakes research in a variety of areas relating to spatial data infrastructures, spatial enablement and land administration in order to support the sustainable development goals.
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A service for Industry and Government. A digital twin is a digital representation of the real world that can be used to depict and analyse a range of real-world scenarios via 4D modelling.
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We offer a research program, and a graduate training program.
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