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Position Partners News: 17 September 2019
As a leading mine contractor in Australia, Downer Group invests in technology and innovation to maximise safety, productivity, and operational efficiency across all stages of the mining lifecycle
Position Partners News: 16 August 2019
Position Partners and iDig are helping contractors in New Zealand to maximise their profits by optimising the use of machines as well as increasing excavator productivity.
Position Partners News: 15 August 2019
Driveways, landscaping and large lawn projects are bread-and-butter specialities for Marty Dench, owner of Dingo Nick, a contracting business servicing the Wairarapa region in New Zealand’s lower North Island.
Position Partners News: 15 July 2019
Repair work to the sea wall under Auckland's historic Ferry Building relied on Senceive monitoring solutions to ensure the safety and stability of the structure.
Position Partners News: 5 July 2019
Collision awareness and proximity detection technology originally developed for the mining industry is set to become standard on major civil projects to protect workers and increase transparency for project managers.
Position Partners News: 20 June 2019
Andrew Blake, owner of Houlmann Blake Excavations, specialises in general construction works in Melbourne and is currently working on a typical basement excavation for an apartment block. Mr Blake has found that by implementing the iDig 2D machine control system from Position Partners he has been able to avoid the regular challenges he encounters on site.
Position Partners News: 18 June 2019
PHL Surveyors has been using MAGNET software since the late 80s and first purchased a robotic total station, about seven years ago from Position Partners.
Position Partners News: 5 June 2019
If you want to improve the efficiency and safety of your landfill site, implementing a machine guidance system, such as Position Partners’ Carlson LandfillGrade, is one of the most productive ways to achieve this goal.
Position Partners News: 15 April 2019
Position Partners’ CEO, Martin Nix, has been an active contributor to Australia’s surveying profession and its adoption of technology since the mid-‘80s. Here he comments to the latest in satellite navigation systems and the potential impact of the Australian Space Agency.
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