Posts tagged as Tshwane University of Technology

Tshwane University of Technology to phase out BTech Surveying

To align itself with the Higher Education Qualifications Sub-Framework (HEQSF) of 2013, the Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Geomatics Department is phasing out its BTech Surveying course to make way for a degree course. Situated in the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, the department currently offers a three-year National Diploma in Surveying and […]

Geomatics students’ achievement recognised

The Tshwane University of Technology’s (TUT) Geomatics Department held its annual awards ceremony on 31 October 2017 at its Pretoria Campus to recognise students who excelled academically. Fifteen students from across the three-year courses were recognised. Two speakers also addressed the students. Corné de Jager, who represented the South African Geomatics Institute (SAGI), said to […]

TUT award ceremony for geomatics students

  Tshwane University of Technology’s Department of Geomatics held its Student Award Ceremony on 23 October 2014. Acting head of department Alex Briell welcomed the students, sponsors and representatives from the geospatial industry. Keynote speaker Raleigh Maesela, vice-president of the South African Geomatics Institute (SAGI), encouraged the students to learn the tactic of deferred gratification […]

Designing an augmented reality platform in an enabled environment

  Developing an augmented reality platform for use as a differential drive mobility aid in an enabled environment to help conduct simulations with various wheelchair constructs and to produce pitch and roll actuated actions. Physical or cognitive impairment may compromise the ability to walk. The degree of mobility largely determines the extent to which the […]