Surveyors work with high-tech instruments such as GPS (global positioning systems) and robotic laser scanners to collect measurements. They use advanced calculation and drawing software to process measurements into spatial information.
Spatial professionals deal with information based on location. This information describes the Earth, its physical features on both land, water and man-made environments
Online book with historical descriptions and details of land title surveying in New Zealand.
S+SNZ, in conjunction with CSNZ, LINZ and external traffic management consultants have prepared a National Traffic Practice Note and Best Practice Guide for Land Surveying.
The June 2022 magazine, edition 108 features iconic projects undertaken in NZ and abroad.
The March 2022 magazine, edition 107 focuses on Continuing Professional Development and education.
Case summaries from Thomson Reuter's "Your Environment".
A monthly online newsletter emailed to members.