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University of Canterbury: Embracing technology for the next generation of Engineers

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The University of Canterbury Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering is known internationally for its successful engineering programmes. In close consultation with industry, the survey teaching module has been redeveloped in 2023 to prepare the new generation of engineering graduates to suit the needs of the modern profession and… Read More

Babbage: Leica RTC360 delivering maximum scanning efficiency on the O Mahurangi – Penlink project

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We join the Babbage survey team onsite to discover how they’re using Leica laser scanning technology to complete over 200 condition surveys of buildings located alongside the new O Mahurangi – Penlink transport link in Auckland.  On this project, it was important for the Babbage team to ensure that… Read More

Mexted Sports Turf: Resurfacing Eden Park with the Leica iCON 3D Grading System

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Mexted Sports Turf
We’re onsite with the team from Mexted Sports Turf at Eden Park in Auckland. After three years, they’ve returned to again complete a resurfacing project at New Zealand’s National Stadium. With short time frames and an entire stadium ground to resurface, the pressure was on to get it right first… Read More

Harrison Grierson: Bringing projects to life with the Leica BLK2GO

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Harrison Grierson
On a crisp Wellington morning, we joined the Harrison Grierson survey team onsite at the Bowen Campus buildings adjacent to Parliament Grounds in Wellington. This large construction project spans a 1 hectare site comprising of four commercial office towers that will house approximately three and a half thousand workers when… Read More

Abley: Optimising augmented reality in construction with vGIS

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The recent industry survey by Deloitte for Autodesk “The state of digital adoption in construction report 2023” showed that businesses using digital technologies are more likely to be successful across a number of measures including revenue growth and optimism about the future. The adoption of digital technologies under an organisation-wide… Read More

McLeod Cranes: Cleaning up the Waikato Te Awa river with the Leica RTC360

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McLeod Cranes Cleaning up the Waikato river with the Leica RTC360
Did you know there are approximately 200 cars on the bottom of the Waikato Te Awa River? The Leica RTC360, a 230 tonne crane and bathymetric sonar have all been key elements in the cleanup efforts of this debris. It’s a picture perfect autumn day in the Waikato as we… Read More

Otago University School of Surveying now equipped with Leica TS10 total stations

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Otago University School of Surveying
Students at Otago University School of Surveying are now benefitting further from Leica instruments and workflows, following the acquisition of 10 brand new Leica TS10 Total Stations. Richard Harrison from our Christchurch office personally delivered the new equipment and spent time setting up the instruments for the needs of the… Read More

Envelope: Overcoming surveying challenges with the Leica GS18I

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Envelope Survey
We’re high up in the hills above Ōwhiro Bay in Wellington with the Envelope survey team as they work with Zipline Technologies to help deliver a project that will result in four ziplines and extensive walking tracks throughout the regenerated native bush. As part of this project, the Envelope survey… Read More

Investing in the Next Generation of University of Otago Survey School Graduates

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University of Otago Survey School
The Global Survey team recently ran two workshops for the final year students at University of Otago Survey School. From a practical perspective the plan was to demonstrate how the latest technologies are able to make graduates more productive and efficient for when they enter the work force at the… Read More

Aerialsmith Surveying: Seeing Below Ground with Leica GPR

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We are in Papatoetoe, South Auckland, with the Aerialsmith Surveying team, who have been tasked with accurately locating the underground services in this area before excavations begin. On this job, they will be using Leica GPR (ground penetrating radar) as the right tool to find all underground assets such as… Read More