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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.

Position Partners News: 15 April 2019

Garry MacPhail, Geospatial Executive Manager for Position Partners, reflects on technology evolution in the last two decades and its effect on the survey profession today and beyond.

Position Partners News: 12 April 2019

Zoller + Fröhlich (Z+F) 3D laser scanning solutions to be sold and supported by Position Partners across Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.

Position Partners News: 18 March 2019

New businesses and those wanting to operate smarter, need the latest technologies to optimise efficiencies and workflows

Position Partners News: 14 March 2019

Position Partners New Zealand now sells Topcon lasers nationwide.

Position Partners News: 8 March 2019

Between 1890 and 1900, in the sleepy seaside town of Stanwell Park, Lawrence Hargrave tirelessly experimented with his flying contraptions.

Position Partners News: 8 March 2019

It’s now a matter of rethinking the structure of survey practices or being left stranded, short staffed and priced out of the market.

Position Partners News: 8 March 2019

Global company becomes a corporate shareholder in intelligent positioning technology provider Position Partners to amplify innovation across its core markets.

Position Partners News: 18 January 2019

According to Safe Work Australia, the mining industry has seen a 51% increase in the number of serious claims for disease and injury between 2000-01 and 2013-14. Proximity detection and collision awareness systems are the kind of safe guards that mine operators can implement to reduce accidents, keep track of machine movements and mitigate risk across the site.

Position Partners News: 18 January 2019

The construction industry has the lowest productivity and the most amount of rework. So, while the manufacturing, mining and farming industries are all increasing productivity, the construction industry is doing the opposite.

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