Unisa invests in surveying equipment

  The University of South Africa’s (Unisa) Department of Civil Engineering earlier this year acquired new and additional surveying equipment for practical course work for first and second year engineering students. Surveying equipment specialists Afgen supplied the university with ten Pentax ETH 502 theodolites and ten Pentax AP224 dumpy levels, as well as a Pentax […]

Donation to Wits will advance SA mining industry

  The University of the Witwatersrand has received a R12,5-million donation from Sibanye Gold towards mining and engineering education. At a handover ceremony held in in July 2014 at the Sibanye Gold Academy on the West Rand, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Prof. Beatrys Lacquet received the donation on behalf of the university from Sibanye Gold CEO, Neal […]

Geospatial students: Win a trip to Trimble Dimensions 2014

  The Trimble Dimensions 2014 International User Conference is being held from 3-5 November 2014 at the Mirage and Treasure Island Hotels in Las Vegas, Nevada. The conference sessions will address some of the hottest topics and ground-breaking trends in agriculture, construction, civil infrastructure, engineering, government, mapping, natural resources, surveying, telecommunications, transportation and logistics, and utilities. […]

Regular seminars for optimising tools and workflow

  Esri South Africa recently hosted one of its monthly technical seminars for their clients, demonstrating different Esri Spatial Analysis tools and best practices to optimise workflow. Rudolf de Munnik and Liezel Botha presented the seminar to 80 clients across various sectors. Key focus areas were the desktop toolbox tools, as well as spatial workflow automation, […]