Imaging and Sensing (IS) is one of the core research areas within the Data Science Research Unit (DSRU) at CSU.
The group focus is to design, model, develop or apply image processing, computer vision, computational intelligence and machine learning techniques, wireless sensor network, and the Internet of Things (IoT) towards solving real-world problems in various domains, including agriculture, viticulture, environment, and law enforcement.
We are collaborating and working closely with academics, researchers and industry partners from the CSU Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation, Institute for Land, Water and Society (ILWS), National Wine and Grape Industry Centre (NWGIC), NSW Department of Primary Industry (DPI),
and Agriculture Victoria, and international law enforcement agencies.
Dr. Zhenquan Li, Expert review of hydraulic models of the locks 7, 8 and 9 vertical slot on Murry River. Murray darling basin authority, AUD$3600, 2016.
Project Summary: The aim of this project is to check the reliability of the mathematical formulas used in design of fishways. There are differences between the measured and designed data. The differences have large impacts on the performance of the locks. A figure for fishway is shown below.
Dr. Lihong Zheng and Dr. Sabih Rehman, “IoT Spartan Challenge”, the Office of the NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer, NSW Department of Industry, AUD$7000, 2017.
Changqin Huang, Xiaodi Huang, Semantic Modelling and Stabilization of the Uncertainty of Services in Mobility Enabled Service-Oriented Computing, the National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant no.61370229, 730,000 RMB ( AUD$150k), 2014-2017