Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Science Research Group actively conducts academic activities each year. Lately, the activities include workshops and seminars about the latest geospatial technology, e.g. Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and Mobile Mapping System (MMS). Several public lectures were also held, involving various academicians and practitioners. Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Science Research Group also collaborates with private sectors, governments, and higher education institutes, e.g. Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences; Center for Spatial Analysis, University of Oklahoma, USA; Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand; Faculty of Agriculture, Kochi University, Japan; PASCO Corporation, Japan and Faculty of Anthropology, Stanford University, USA. On top of that, Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Science Research Group contributes actively in the government’s mission in developing the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) and national mapping.Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Science Research Group is one of the research groups in Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology. Currently, the group consists of twelve personnels, and is supported by two associate researchers.Generally, the field of expertise of the research group is divided into two main branches: geospatial processing and geospatial. Geospatial processing includes close-range photogrammetry, active remote sensing, and environmental remote sensing; while geospatial modelling consists of spatial database, geospatial data fusion, and national spatial data infrastructure. Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Science Research Group also has three research sub-divisions, namely Land and Ocean Observing System (LaOOS), Geospatial Data Infrastructure System (GeoDIS) and 3D-Modelling and Information System (3D-MODIS).