Geomatic Technologies recently hosted a forum bringing together key leaders from Power, Gas, Water and Rail businesses to discuss industry challenges and solutions to overcome them.
Geomatic Technologies (GT) has partnered with RMIT to introduce the new Women in Geospatial Science scholarship program.
Aimed at increasing gender diversity, the scholarship is set to attract more women to the heavily under-represented geospatial science and surveying disciplines supported by RMIT University.
Geomatic Technologies (GT) 2015 Trans-Australian Rail Track Centreline Mapping Project team has been recognised on a global stage for Technical Excellence at this year’s Asia Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards Gala.
Asset inspection industry leader Geomatic Technologies has successfully undertaken its first Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) UAV trial flight during the past month after an extensive period of close consultation with CASA to obtain the necessary permissions to undertake BVLOS flights over infrastructure easements in semi-urban areas.
2015 Trans-Australian Rail Track Centreline Mapping Project was recognised for Technical Excellence at the recent Victorian Spatial Excellence Awards (VSEA) held earlier this month at the Regent Plaza Ballroom in Melbourne.
Leading Australian mobile and spatial technology solutions developer Geomatic Technologies (GT) has won a prestigious industry award for its critical role in the clearance assessment of new rolling stock as part of a major upgrade of Philadelphia’s commuter rail service.
In mid-2015 AusNet Services made a strategic decision to transfer the Data Maintenance activities currently performed by Cyient to Geomatic Technologies (GT) within Select Solutions.
Geomatic Technologies (GT) is mid-way through implementing three of its flagship Field Mobile Computing (FMC) solutions for CitiPower/PowerCor and United Energy Distribution. These are significant multi-million dollar contract wins in a hotly contested enterprise software market and will see GT deliver implementation, application and device support and hosting services for multiple years.
Mobile and spatial technology solutions specialist Geomatic Technologies (GT) has won the Asia Pacific Spatial Excellence (APSEA) Awards for Innovation and Commercialisation for its unique approach to the Bushfire Safety Clearance Program.
As part of the Victorian State Government’s level crossing removal project for the suburban rail network, GT’s Data Services team has been commissioned to undertake a feature survey of the Kororoit Creek Road level crossing.