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Position Partners News: 23 March 2016
Position Partners is actively involved in the Japan-Australia agreement for positioning technology collaboration.
Topcon News: 23 March 2016
Topcon Positioning Group announces the latest addition to its line of field controllers for surveying and construction professionals — the FC-5000.
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).
Position Partners News: 8 March 2016
RPAS serve various purposes across a number of verticals. From disaster relief, to utility inspection, the possibilities of this new technology are seemingly endless.
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.
Position Partners News: 24 February 2016
Apostrophes are one of the most commonly misused punctuation marks in the English language. Gina Velde, Position Partners Marketing Manager, explains when and how to use them, so that you can write with confidence!
Position Partners News: 23 February 2016
Machine control is a vital tool for earthmoving works. With all of the benefits of Machine Control it is important to know which type would suit your business?
Position Partners News: 22 February 2016
Laser levels are used daily on hundreds of construction sites throughout Australia for applications such as site set-out, earthmoving, concreting, machine control and interior trades. But did you know that without a certified laser safety officer on site, you run the risk of heavy fines?
Position Partners News: 16 February 2016
Machine control technology that 10 years ago was installed only by the innovators and early adopters is now coming as standard on an increasing number of machines. Here, we explore what that means for the Australian earthmoving industry and how open platforms will enable greater productivity.
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