The National Centre for Geocomputation was established in 2004 after the University received a €5m grant from Science Foundation Ireland. The Centre’s research focuses on the capture,  storage,  analysis,  and visualization of spatial data. We use various  kinds of technologies used to capture 3D data including lasers and airborne vehicles - we are also developing new ways of capturing the data.  Below are listed some of our current projects;

Building City Dashboards
Decision Support for Oil Spill Management (DSOS)
Dublin Dashboard
European Safety Review Tool (ESReT)
Geographically Weighted Models 
Health Geoinformatics
Mapping and Monitoring Road Infrastructure
NRA Road Safety Risk Modelling
Prototype EO & RPAS Data Fusion for Agri-Forestry Mapping
Satellite Bathymetry
Strategic Research Cluster in Advanced Geotechnologies: StratAG (PI Martin Charlton)rategic Research Cluster in Advanced Geotechnologies: StratAG (PI Martin Charlton)
Teagasc Walsh Fellowship (Remote Sensing)
Water Quality & Adult Health
National Autonomous Technologies Data Platform (NATDaP)