AS5488 : The Nuts and Bolts – From software alignment to product delivery

When:
17 May, 2019 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
2019-05-17T08:30:00+10:00
2019-05-17T17:00:00+10:00
Where:
Engineers Australia Chatswood Auditorium
8 Thomas St
Chatswood NSW 2067
Contact:
AS5488 : The Nuts and Bolts - From software alignment to product delivery @ Engineers Australia Chatswood Auditorium

Standards Australia has announced the release of the updated Subsurface Utility Standard AS5488.  The standard is now released in two parts and in future will be known as AS5488.1 and AS5488.2.

To find out more, SSSI will run the workshop event AS5488 ‘The Nuts and Bolts’.  Over the course of the day we will review the content of the newly released standard and discuss ways in which the standard ought to be used.

Programme:

Niall Brady on Improving the Utility Coordination Process

Bryce Hoffman and Huon Wilson on SUI Survey in Construction Work Flow – Issues and Solutions

Jeffrey Ramos on Best Practise Sub-Surface Utilities Locating Equipment

Ian Lambert on Locating methods and their relationship to the Quality Levels of AS5488

Gaby Van Wyk An Overview of the Data Model and the practical implications for both Surveyors and Spatial Data Administrators

Rob Sainsbury An Overview of the Engineering Design Models

James Black General Overview of AS5488, focus on Quality Levels and discussion on reasons why proposed changes to Quality Levels were thrown out

Leigh Gregory on The AS5488 implementation under 12D

Gaby van Wyk on Using QGIS for AS5488 data validation

Panel session – Practical Issues with relevance to the new AS5488.1 and AS5488.2 

Book your tickets now!

Bookings via:https://sssi.org.au/events-awards/events/sssi-essg-colloquium-2019

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