Posts tagged as SAGI

SAGI Northern Provinces branch celebrates 10th anniversary

  SAGI’s (South African Geomatics Institute) Northern Provinces branch celebrated the tenth anniversary of its existence at its annual general meeting in May at the Pumulani Lodge in Pretoria. Chairman Altus Strydom opened the meeting with the news that Mof Muller was retiring after 25 years in the profession and was stepping down from his position as […]

SASGI Proceedings 2013

Keynote Papers Geospatial information technology enables vertical industry solutions (more>>) by Geoff Zeiss, Principal, Between The Poles Land tenure administration and GIS: trends and challenges (more>>) by Dr. Michael Barry, University of Calgary, Canada Cadastral surveying, land management and land reform RICS – global standards, the interface (more>>) by Robert P. Mahoney, RICS Surveying in […]

The economic value of surveying and GNSS positioning services

  by Chris Kirchhoff, Kirchhoff Surveyors For those questioning the economic value of surveying and particularly GNNS positioning services the Australian Government has prepared reports on the economic benefits which highlight the value of both augmented GNSS services but more importantly the critical role that positioning services and specifically surveying or geomatics play in the […]

SASGI 2013: Surveying and geomatics event of the year

The South African Surveying and Geomatics Indaba 2013 (SASGI 2013) was a great success. The conference which focused on “Geospatial Solutions for National Development Planning” was opened by the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform, Gugile Nkwinti, and the Chief Surveyor-General of South Africa, Mmuso Riba. Around 600 delegates attended SASGI 2013 and there […]