Austech Surveying and Mapping starts operations in Australia

Austech Surveying and Mapping starts operations in Australia

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Australia, November 19, 2014: Austech Surveying and Mapping (ASM) has started its operations in Australia. According to a press release issued by the company, the company aims to provide geospatial data acquisition, mapping and survey solutions to a wide range of industry sectors including mining, quarry, and construction throughout Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.

ASM, offers services such as cavity and void monitoring, ore pass monitoring and Stope Surveys, limited and hazardous access surveys for open cut and underground mines; abandoned and recovery mine surveying; 3D rock face profiling and blast design surveys in Quarries; stockpile/ volumetric surveys; engineering and construction surveys; and coast, ports and harbour mapping.

Commenting on the development, Reynolds, general manager of ASM said, “Safety is a number one focus; we play a key role in redefining safety, productivity and risk management in mining operations.”

“We have developed a highly qualified and experienced team with 40 years of experience in mine surveying, subsurface investigation, quarry rock-face profiling, 3D laser Scanning, LiDAR, and hydrographic surveys.”

Source: Austech Surveying and Mapping