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Former Resources Minister Martin Ferguson joins UCL 

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University College London to join Australia’s oil and gas leaders at APPEA 2014

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UCL School of Energy and Resources

Research in the School of Energy and Resources focuses on both the upstream and downstream development of energy and resources, covering a wide range of disciplines - from engineering and economics to environmental science and law. 

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Mullard Space Science Laboratory

The Mullard Space Science Laboratory (MSSL) is a world-leading research organisation delivering a broad science programme that is underpinned by a strong capability in space science instrumentation, space-domain engineering, space medicine, systems engineering and project management.

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International Energy Policy Institute

The International Energy Policy Institute (IEPI) was created to address key policy issues in the mineral, energy and resources industries through intensive and innovative research.

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Research at the IEPI

Professor Stefaan Simons

Professor Stefaan Simons

Barriers Confronting the Development of Hyperspectral Imaging Technology for Deployment in the Energy and Resources Sector

Matthew Bouraee

Matthew Bouraee

Project submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of MSc (Energy and Resources), UCL Australia.

Abstract

Technical, market and policy barriers in the development of hyperspectral imaging technology may constrain the opportunity for commercial success in the Australian energy and resources sector; if left unattended. 

This research found these main barriers as well as the opportunities and constraints for Australian companies to be competitive and collaborative with other overseas hyperspectral imaging initiative companies. 

The study was pertinent to hyperspectral imaging specialists interested in recognising the global setting for commercial remote sensing as well as the Australian Government who are responsible for remote sensing related policy matters.