Strengthening partnerships with national, regional and international institutions working in the field of remote sensing applications in water studies, engineering applications, demographic and archaeological applications and becoming the leading specialized entity in these prementioned fields at NARSS.
Applying remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems techniques in projects and studies related to surface and groundwater, and conducting engineering studies related to infrastructure and water-related risks on archaeological sites and demographic projects.
The division's objectives are to use/develop remote sensing technology, geographic information systems and numerical modeling in applications related to surface and groundwater resources, engineering applications in problems and applications related to water resources and infrastructures, and applications in the field of archaeology and demographic studies in the following areas:
Research projects funded by NARSS
Applied projects aimed at serving the state, funded by NARSS, or by entities or governorates
Projects funded locally and/or internationally.
Scientific cooperation with local and international universities.
Publishing research papers in prestigious peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Publishing books and/or book chapters in peer-reviewed scientific books of a prestigious standard.
Increasing and enhancing the division’s capabilities in terms of manpower and equipment.
Increase and develop the division’s infrastructure.