Demand for AUSPOS Processing System Continues after US Shutdown

During the US shutdown, around half of the more than 5,500 GPS datasets processed with the aid of Geoscience Australia‚Äôs AUSPOS global positioning system were from institutions and individuals based in the United States. Since that time, almost one third of the 3,200 processing requests have come from North America. AUSPOS is a service that allows users to submit logged GPS data to Geoscience Australia’s website where it is processed with respect to a global GPS tracking network providing coordinates with centimetre-level or better accuracy. AUSPOS is used extensively by the Australian geospatial, mining and construction industries to establish precise... (read more)
2013-11-13 02:23:17

QPS Application Training

QINSy Reseller SAFA Geoscience Malaysia has successfully conducted two sessions of QINSy+QLOUD application training at PT Pageo Utama office in Jakarta (Indonesia). This was the second training outside Malaysia conducted by SAFA Geoscience Malaysia. The first was in Singapore for Geomatra International. The basic application training for their 7 newly employed surveyor/survey technician/data processor took place from 22nd May 2007, during four days. The second session was another 4 days from 26th May 2007. This was the advance application for their ten experienced surveyor/survey technician/data processor. They will be using QINSy+QLOUD for all their future projects. Current contracts are for... (read more)
2007-05-30 10:06:49

Dr. Magnus Wettle

Dr. Magnus Wettle is managing director for EOMAP Australia Pty Ltd. With more than 15 years experience in aquatic remote sensing, he has previously held positions at the University of Queensland, Geoscience Australia and CSIRO. (read more)
2017-06-06 04:34:25

Raymond Moore

Raymond – Chad – Moore is a Hydrographic Surveyor at TI Coastal Services.. He studied Geospatial Geoscience at the University North Carolina Wilmington and Geology and Geophysics University of Hawaii at Manoa. (read more)
2020-07-14 08:23:15

CGG Awarded Multi-client Projects offshore Mozambique

CGG has been awarded a multi-client programme by the Instituto Nacional de Petroleo (INP) to acquire seismic data offshore Mozambique. The programme includes a 2D survey of over 6,550km in the offshore Rovuma basin, including blocks R5-A, R5-B and R5-C, and a large 3D survey over the Beira High in the Zambezi Delta. The 3D survey is expected to be up to 40,000km², subject to pre-commitment. It will cover blocks Z5-C and Z5-D and surrounding open acreage in this deltaic area which is believed to be prospective. CGG has also been awarded an onshore airborne gravity and magnetic survey in... (read more)
2016-10-13 10:15:38

MG3 Launches New Density Survey System

MG3, Iceland, a geoscience survey company operating in both the offshore and coastal environment and providing worldwide marine geophysical, geotechnical and geochemical services, has introduced a new density survey sytem called DensX. To determine the nautical depth, instruments are needed to measure the density of the mud. DensX is a tool that continuously measures the density of fluid mud layers. The presence of loosely packed silt layers in maritime access channels and harbours can cause manoeuvring problems for deep draughted vessels, sailing with limited keel clearance. This also hampers the correct monitoring of maintenance and capital dredging work in those... (read more)
2013-10-25 09:06:27

QINSy and QLOUD Training

Safa Geoscience Malaysia, the authorized reseller of QINSy, once again has successfully conducted a QINSy and QLOUD training in Jakarta, Indonesia. And this time Safaruddin himself conducted the training at PT Mahakarya Geo Survey (MGS), a hydrographic survey company established in the heart of Jakarta metropolitan. MGS provides navigation, positioning, geohydrographic survey and soil investigation services.   The training was conducted from 7th August until 10th August, 2007. It was attended by keen and excited young surveyors, survey engineers, data processors and geophysicists. They were about thirteen of them sharing the limited space and knowledge.   The training was not... (read more)
2007-08-15 09:22:01

Kim Picard

Kim Picard is a marine geoscientist at Geoscience Australia. Her research focuses on using mapping techniques to understand the processes that shape the seafloor across a wide range of marine environments. Kim earned her MSc in Earth and Ocean Science at the University of Victoria, Canada. For the MH370 search, Kim has been providing technical and scientific advice to the search coordinating agency. (read more)
2017-09-28 08:52:42

Maggie Tran

Maggie Tran works as project manager at Geoscience Australia, involved in data processing and coordinating the public delivery of the seabed data acquired from the search for MH370. Maggie holds an MSc (research) from the University of Technology, Sydney. She has a long standing interest in geophysical and biological system processes of marine and coastal environments. (read more)
2017-09-28 08:55:29

Justy Siwabessy

Justy Siwabessy is a marine acoustic scientist at Geoscience Australia. His research focuses on seabed mapping, particularly on multibeam bathymetry and backscatter and their application. Justy has a PhD from Curtin University, Australia.  For the MH370 search, Justy has been processing multibeam data and providing technical advice to the search coordinating agency. (read more)
2017-09-28 08:57:39
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