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At work! News: 18 May 2017
Cairns-based construction firm chooses Topcon for accuracy, ease of use and flexibility
At work! News: 29 March 2017
Two quarry managers share their experience of loader scale technology and how it’s proved a simple but vital technology to increase load accuracy, save time and track material.
At work! News: 29 June 2016
Sure Constructions stretches GPS technology and uncovers safer, faster and more efficient way to “ dig deep” with excavator machine control to dig two 6.5m shafts to install new stormwater drainage for the Bass Coast Shire.
At work! News: 3 May 2016
Fulton Hogan, an international civil construction company specialising in transport, energy, mining and infrastructure projects, recently updated the firm’s project surveying methods in New Zealand by investing in a Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS).
At work! News: 26 April 2016
Coastwide Civil, based in Albion Park, south of Wollongong, New South Wales, is the primary contractor on a complex harbour excavation project at Shellharbour, on the NSW south coast. The new boat harbour forms part of the Shell Cove development project and, upon completion, will include 300 wet berths and a platform for associated harbour-side development and facilities on the 20-hectare site.
At work! News: 20 April 2016
Brisbane-based Main Constructions specialises in both building and civil construction projects. With such a diverse service delivery, Project Supervisor Will Sylvester explains that Local Positioning System (LPS) machine control gives his team greater flexibility than using GNSS-based solutions.
At work! News: 23 March 2016
BHP Billiton's successful implementation of RPAS technology in the Goonyella coalmine was showcased in The Weekend Australian
At work! News: 17 March 2016
A Sydney-based land and mine surveyors firm have embraced a new way to fly with the introduction of the company’s first Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS).
At work! News: 25 February 2016
Hans-Dieter Bader is an archaeologist with 30 years’ field experience. Originally from Germany, where he completed his training, Dr Bader has worked in New Zealand for more than 20 years with occasional projects taking him across the pond to Australia.
At work! News: 21 January 2016
Vehicle collision and forensic engineering firm Delta-V Experts is delivering accurate 3D results to clients thanks to handheld laser scanning technology.
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