GIS & Remote Sensing department carries out multidisciplinary investigations in the following fields:

-Remote environmental observation and monitoring.

-Development of remote sensing methods of the pollution with heavy metals of separate environmental compartments (water, soil, vegetation, farm products).  Indication of spectral characteristics of separate pollutants.

-Spatial planning and landscape stability assessment:  assessing territories from positions of their suitability for site planning with civic, industrial and recreation purposes.

-Developing research methods of land-use assessment, providing solutions for the economically “competent” planning and management of agricultural resources.

-Remote diagnosis of productivity of natural pastures.

-Remote assessment of droughts, erosion, wetlands etc.

-Efficient data management and data sharing, adopted international standards from the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) (WMS, WFS, WCS) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO 19139, 19115).