Recent Research Directions
The application of modern technology in the spatial information industry involves acquiring, processing, integrating, analyzing, managing, and applying knowledge and information related to space. The US Department of Labor's career journey webpage once listed Biotechnology, Geospatial Technology, and Nanotechnology as the three emerging industries of this century, underscoring the future development potential of the geospatial technology industry.

Our department aligns with global trends and national engineering and information infrastructure policies to nurture 21st-century spatial information engineers and researchers. In undergraduate education, we strive to ensure that students have a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental theories and technologies of the field, laying the foundation for solving practical problems and further study. In graduate education, we aim to cultivate talents capable of independently exploring, processing, and analyzing deeper or specialized issues within the field, fostering innovative thinking, in-depth research, and integrated application.

Our department's recent developments focus on the following three areas:

Internationalization: In addition to these three development directions, our department will continue to collaborate with the industry in the service aspect. Through industry-academic cooperation, we aim to nurture talents for the industry to meet the future demand for spatial information professionals.