The CartoGIS research group in centred on geographical information, as this underpins both the domain of cartography and geographical information science. A broad multidisciplinarity (computer sciences, archaeology, cognition, sport sciences) characterizes the conducted projects. In these, the group focusses on the use of modern methodologies (e.g. eye tracking, WiFi tracking, UAVs, etc.) and development of innovative technologies (e.g. navigation apps, 3D webGIS, etc.).
Fundamental and applied research is carried out into the following major research lines:
(2015) — Accuracy and precision of fixation locations recorded with the low-cost Eye Tribe tracker in different experimental setups.
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De Maeyer (2016) — (Rechts)Vergelijkende studie Belgisch kadaster en buitenlandse kadasters.
Fang (2016) — Impact of climate variability on hydrological processes in the Kaidu River Basin (China).