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On Friday the 1st of December, we hosted a Demonstration Day bringing together leaders from the energy industry to showcase and discuss our latest Beyond Visual Line of Site (BVLOS) flights. These latest flights were used to assess the operation, performance, reliability and suitability for...

Your role title here is “Manager Market Strategy, Partnerships and Business Development Power”. That’s quite a mouthful. What do you actually do? It certainly is, I even forget all the words sometimes! I work predominately in the Power industry, bringing together Geomatic Technologies SME’s and products,...

Applications are now open for the Geomatic Technologies Women in Geospatial Scholarship at RMIT University. If you are female, commencing full-time enrolment in a geospatial science or surveying degree at RMIT this scholarship could provide financial support. This scholarship aims to help more women enter this...

You’ve been with Geomatic Technologies for a long time. What have been some of the key changes you’ve seen in how asset capture is conducted over that time? Historically asset capture was undertaken by large teams of field-staff with GPS, mapping software and tablets. This presented...

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. The theme was Asset Intelligence: using innovative technologies and new business models to reduce costs, address business risks, become more agile and...

How long have you been involved in the rail industry? I've been working in rail for 12 years and am a longstanding member of the team here at Geomatic Technologies. Looking back it's been a really interesting ride. For people outside the rail sector it might...

What is Data Maintenance and why is it important for critical infrastructure? Great question! There is more and more data being captured for utility networks these days. Often from different vendors, using different technologies and at different times. With this complexity of variables there are often...