Position 102 out now

By on 7 August, 2019

Ooraminna station, NT. Photo by Chris Nichols, Brian Blakeman Surveys.

The August/September issue of Position magazine, which bridges terrestrial extremes to illuminate latest industry trends, is on its way to subscribers.

This issue takes us to the deserts of Australia’s red centre, where we profile a specialised survey outfit training up a new generation of outback surveyors and spatial professionals with a lifetime of operational knowledge in stunning, remote country.

Founding editor Jon Fairall takes us down incalculable leagues to scan the latest technology in the space of marine surveying, oceanography and bathymetry, a zone in which autonomy is king.

New contributor Sanskriti Shukla rounds up the next wave of features and technology in the world of 3D and BIM modelling, along with the trends and technological convergence driving them.

AUSGeoid2020 gets put through its paces for height determination in New South Wales, the spatial data matrix changing lives of neuro trauma patients in Queensland, and aligning a Victorian government department with the UN Sustainable Development Goals — this issue spans the continent.

The usual curation of latest industry news and new products rounds out this value-packed issue of Position, the premier Australiasian magazine of surveying, mapping and geoinformation.

You can subscribe to this exclusive, dedicated publication for as little as $9 per issue.

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