Technical

Changes to Ordnance Survey global navigation satellite system control networks and geoid models for Great Britain, Ireland and Northern Ireland

The Ordnance Survey of Great Britain (OSGB), Ireland (OSI) and Northern Ireland (OSNI) have been working together to improve the OSGM02 geoid model resulting in OSGM15. OSGB has also updated the horizontal transformation OSTN02 to create OSTN15. The horizontal transformation for Ireland and Northern Ireland…

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Infrastructure Data Workflow and best practice:- field-to-BIM-to-field

Our Survey Director, Martin Penney attended the illuminating Leica & Autodesk Workshop in Milton Keynes A group of Survey4BIM specialists gathered for open and frank discussions on civils data requirements and interoperability at the event organised by Messrs King (Leica) & Lawton (Skanska). The workshop’s content…

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Technics advises on PAS 128 to set the standard for Utility Mapping

Technics has partnered with industry experts to standardise utility mapping, this will lead to better results for clients who require utility surveys.  In support of the standardisation of industry practices we volunteered to become part of a technical review panel for the utility survey document…

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Technics test new GPR technology

The Technics team can’t help but get excited when new surveying technology comes onto the market; with every new piece of equipment is the opportunity to work more efficiently and effectively to the benefit of our clients. Once we heard IDS had redesigned their Duo…

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Technics Group Invests in Cobra GPR Application

Technics Group has invested in another system of Ground Penetrating Radar. The new Cobra GPR system adds to our wide range of GPR solutions, which enables us to tailor our approach to practically any environment or site condition. The Cobra GPR collects data from hundreds to thousands of…

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