Centre for Intelligent Systems

Drone footage of a lychee orchard with tracker markers plotted over the orchard
Random drone patrol used in a study of flying fox deterrence in a lychee orchard

The Centre for Intelligent Systems (CIS) reflects the broad range of research capabilities across the School of Engineering and Technology's College of Information and Computer Science, with a focus on four major themes:

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Cyber Security
  • Emerging Technologies

Current funded research projects include:

  • The use of AI and machine learning for automated detection and eradication of weeds in horticulture
  • Wearable livestock sensors for management of heat stress in Northern Australia
  • Cybersecurity for Internet of Things (IoT) networks
  • Seagrass morphology detection from drone imagery using AI
  • AI techniques for malaria detection

Contact Us

Centre for Intelligent Systems

CQUniversity, Bruce Highway
North Rockhampton, QLD Australia

Prof Steven Moore (Interim Centre Director)
Phone: +61 (07) 4930 9026

CIS Enquires