October 2023 Newsletter

October 2023 Newsletter

New Trimble TSC3 Pole Clamp & Bracket Released

Elevate Survey Supplies has recently released a new Trimble TSC3 Pole Clamp and Bracket, now available to order online! Made from solid anodised aluminium with stainless steel hardware, it features a twist style release and tighten clamp, and a 40′ accuracy adjustable bubble level.

Trimble TSC3 Pole Clamp and Bracket – $176 inc GST

3m protective pads for the pole clamp and controller bracket are included.

On Sale This Month!

Get in quick! Our Pole Level Adjusting Jig is now on sale for this October only. Down from $198, it is now just $176 inc GST!

Light weight and designed for permanent installation, you can quickly adjust your poles bubble vial in a matter of minutes. It also features an L-bracket to rest the prism point on.

Sale ends at the end of the month.

Clearance Sale!

Don’t miss out, we have very limited stock left of both our Diagraph Ideal Markers and Diagraph Ideal Marker Replacement Tips, now on sale!

Diagraph Ideal Marker Black (Box of 12) – Down from $108, it’s now just $82.50 inc GST!
Diagraph Ideal Marker Replacement Tips (Box of 12) – Down from $24.75, it’s now just $22 inc GST!

All stock must go – don’t miss out!

Registrations Now Open for 2023 QLD Geospatial Conference & Awards Reception

Registrations are now open for the 2023 Queensland Geospatial Conference & Awards Reception, taking place at the BCEC on October 20.

This event is a chance for the Queensland geospatial community to learn about the latest projects and research, connect with colleagues and see the latest technology from local suppliers.

This year, immediately following the conclusion of sessions, the Geospatial Excellence Awards Reception will be held, where all attendees will have the chance to enjoy drinks and canapes whilst celebrating our Queenslanders who are doing great things in the geospatial world. This function is included for all attendees!

For more information and to register, click here.


Finalists Announced for 2023 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure

International infrastructure engineering software company, Bentley Systems, has announced the finalists for its 2023 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure, which includes several projects from Australia and New Zealand.

The annual awards program honours the extraordinary work of Bentley software users advancing infrastructure design, construction, and operations throughout the world. Twelve independent jury panels, representing 12 award categories, selected the 36 finalists from over 300 nominations submitted by 235 organisations from 51 countries. Congratulations to the below Aus and NZ Finalists:

Bridges and Tunnels
WSP Australia Pty Ltd. – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Southern Program Alliance
Laing O’Rourke – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
SEPA Surrey Hills Level Crossing Removal Project
Facilities, Campuses, and Cities
Port Authority of New South Wales – New South Wales, Australia
Port Authority of New South Wales: A Case Study in Digital Transformation
Subsurface Modelling and Analysis
OceanaGold – Waihi, Waikato, New Zealand
Validation of Digital Management Tools for OceanaGold’s Waihi Tailings Storage Facility

Winners will be announced on October 12. For more information and to view the full list of global Finalists, click here.

Top Industry News in the Past Month

Australasian Rail Industry Awards Winners Announced
The Australasian Rail Industry (ARI) Awards were held in Melbourne on 13 September, with the industry’s most innovative individuals, organisations and projects recognised. Click here to read more.

IAQ’s Infrastructure Assembly is Fast Approaching
The Infrastructure Association of Queensland’s (IAQ) event of the year is fast approaching, and it couldn’t come any quicker. The state is approaching a critical juncture, and as a result, the time for us to discuss how to realise Queensland’s infrastructure legacy in the coming decade is now. Click here to read more.

$2M Engineering Scholarship Program to Support Workforce
Future Charles Sturt University students are being encouraged to apply for Transgrid’s engineering scholarships – a $2 million program aiming to boost the infrastructure workforce. Click here to read more.

Upcoming Industry Events

Network with survey and infrastructure industry peers and leaders, and keep up to date with the latest trends and information at these upcoming events:

WAIS Mini-Conference and Member AGM – Oct 13
Join WAIS and industry colleagues for the Mini-Conference and Member AGM at the Rendezvous Scarborough. Hear from industry leaders including Tanya Steinbeck, Paul Rhodes, and more. For more information, click here.

Friday Drinks at the Nedlands Office – Oct 20
The WAIS Board will be hosting their regular member catch-up at the Nedlands office. As a member only event, this is a great way to keep in touch with industry colleagues and share ideas over a beer or two. For more information, click here.

2023 QLD Geospatial Conference & Awards Reception – Oct 20
Once again held at the BCEC, the event is a chance for the Queensland geospatial community to learn about the latest projects and research, connect with colleagues and see the latest technology from local suppliers. For more information, click here.

SA Geospatial Excellence Awards – Oct 27
Join industry colleagues and leaders for a special South Australian Geospatial Excellence Awards reception on Friday 27 October in the Riverbank Rooms at the Adelaide Convention Centre. For more information, click here.

Inspiring Future Geospatial Experts!

Get Kids into Surveying is a rapidly expanding project and community dedicated to the provision of education on everything Geospatial, including surveying.

By working with teachers, partnering with surveying associations, and offering global scholarship schemes, Get Kids into Surveying has a raft of resources that will inspire the next generation of surveyors.

Click here to find out more and to become an ambassador.

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