Asset management specialist Geomatic Technologies looks to have both hardware and software on display next week at the AusRAIL conference and exhibition in Melbourne.
Geomatic Technologies was a major participant at the 2015 Victorian Spatial Excellence Awards (VSEA), with three projects becoming finalists, and winning the Award for Innovation and Commercialisation for its unique approach to the Bushfire Safety Clearance Program.
The GT Field Mobile Computing (FMC) Metering solution has supported Essential Energy to successfully complete in excess of 20 million meter reads across the New South Wales network!
In 2015 electricity network service providers in Australia will be required to meet new economic benchmarking requirements set by the Australian Energy Regulator.
Geomatic Technologies has been profiled by SmartRail World in regards to work completed with Public Transport Victoria (PTV) to build up their rail asset database.
Regional Rail Link (RRL) is a major new rail line that will improve capacity on both regional and metropolitan lines and remove major bottlenecks in Victoria's rail network.
From May 5 – 7 2014 Adelaide hosted the biennial Conference on Railway Excellence or CORE, Australasia’s leading technical rail conference. The theme of this year’s conference was ‘Rail Transport for a Vital Economy’.
In our September 2013 Newsletter we announced that Sydney Trains and GT had together been named the 2013 ‘Merit Recipient of the Industrial Category’ for GT AIMS in support of the Sydney Trains Mechanised Track Patrol (MTP) process at the 2013 iAwards National Finals. MTP, a safety driven initiative at Sydney Trains, relies on GT AIMS to record digital still imagery of the corridor, track and rails for offline track inspection.