Equipment and technology
GeoTAG technical staff and academics have a wealth of experience in a number of cutting-edge geospatial technologies. From the latest structure from motion 3D imaging to cm-accurate GNSS surveying, multibeam bathymetric mapping and discharge measurements using sound, Geography has lab and field equipment to tackle almost any job. Below is a sample of some of our equipment, software and areas of expertise.
Find out more about geoTAG's (Geography Technical Advisory Group) members and their research focuses.
The department uses a range of geospatial technology and software. Find out more about available resources.
We have invested heavily in both Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and conventional survey gear for research and teaching.
A number of methods are available for mapping beneath the water depending on accuracy required and depth of water.
We have a wide range of technical and specialised equipment to support for snow and ice research including stream drills, ice augers, probles and more.
Our highest frequency shielded antennas, 1000Mhz, enable capture of remarkable detail at shallow depths.
As well as traditional sediment analysis equipment of sieves and pipettes, we have a range of more advanced equipment.
Our range of particulate samplers provide convenient, portable precision measurement systems with versatile mounting options.