UNSW Associate Professor / Professor in Geospatial Engineering in Sydney, Australia

The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UNSW is seeking to appoint an outstanding academic to conduct high impact research, deliver outstanding teaching and student experience, build industry engagement, and demonstrate leadership in the field of Geospatial Engineering. The appointee will join an existing, dynamic discipline group with a strong research focus. Exceptional candidates with expertise in any of the Geospatial Engineering sub-disciplines – surveying, geodesy, remote sensing, navigation, photogrammetry or mapping – are encouraged to apply.

The appointee will be expected to foster links between one or more of the Geospatial Engineering and Civil and/or Environmental Engineering sub-disciplines, as well as to collaborate with other UNSW groups conducting geospatial research or education. The successful candidate will be expected to develop an internationally recognised research program, and to participate in the teaching and service missions of the School and Faculty.

Applications close 27 July 2018

Queensland Department of Environment and Science: Jobs

Remote Sensing Scientists, Botanist/Vegetation Ecologists, Data Scientists

Various permanent positions!

Queensland Department of Environment and Science

The Queensland Department of Environment and Science is seeking multiple skilled scientists with expertise in remote sensing science, vegetation and landscape ecology, scientific computing and data science. This team of scientists will be based in Brisbane at either at the Queensland Remote Sensing Centre, Ecosciences Precinct in Dutton Park, or at the Queensland Herbarium, Toowong.

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Just Released - Queensland's Open Mosaic Imagery

The Queensland Government's Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy (DNRME) has just released a new publically available 2017 satellite image mosaic of Queensland.

This product over the entire area of Queensland, comprises of high resolution, authoritative, general reference imagery, acquired under the Queensland Government's QSat initiative by CubeSat satellite space-crafts (Planet Labs Incorporated). 

Cube-Sat imagery (Planet’s ultra-compact satellites) captures 2.4 metre resolution imagery daily over all of Queensland.

QImagery now allows users to view and download for free this imagery (tile by tile). Approximately 102,000 tiles of Imagery are available for download, each tile being 5km x 5km. Each tile was derived from the best visuals captured between July and September 2017.

The imagery is available for use under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike licencing
(CC BY-SA 4.0)

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