September 2022 NewsletterElevate Survey Supplies
New SECO Wall Clamp Released
Elevate Survey Supplies has recently released new products including a SECO Column/Wall Clamp – $363 inc GST.
The sturdy dual-use bracket easily mounts to columns, corners, and flat walls, with the 5/8-11 platform holding your instrument 5 inches from the surface. Featuring a powder coated steel frame and multiple nail/screw holes, this lightweight wall clamp is perfect for your next project.
New Compact 90 Degree Wall Mount Released
Elevate Survey Supplies has recently released new products including a Compact Stainless Steel 90 Degree Wall Mount – $324.50 inc GST.
Made entirely from stainless steel, the compact and solid design is corrosion resistant and takes up minimal storage space. Designed for mounting directly onto walls and with adjustable arms for easier placement, the wall mount features a 5/8 x 11 thread for fixing equipment and six M10 predrilled holes for various mounting configurations.
Our M10 x 80mm Anchor Bolts are perfect for mounting the wall mount (items sold separately).
Top Industry News in the Past Month
Grants Available for WA Regional and Remote Airports
The 2023–2025 round of Regional Airports Development Scheme (RADS) grants is now open, with $3.5 million up for grabs for regional and remote airports in Western Australia. Click here to read more.
Finalists Announced for 2022 Australasian Rail Industry Award
The Australian Railway Association (ARA) has released the finalists for the 2022 Australasian Rail Industry (ARI) Awards. Click here to read more.
ICSM Releases Geospatial Reference Compendium
Australia’s Intergovernmental Committee on Surveying and Mapping’s (ICSM) Geodesy Working Group has released a major new document, the Australian Geospatial Reference System Compendium, which presents a detailed overview of all the foundational elements that make up Australia’s geospatial reference system. 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:
Women in Surveying and Spatial Sciences Networking Breakfast – Sep 15
Whether you are a Licensed Surveyor, graduate, studying to become a surveyor, or providing a key supporting role within a surveying business, connect will your colleagues and discuss any hot topics over a delicious breakfast! For more information, click here.
Friday Drinks at the Nedlands Office – Sep 16
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.
Colin Middleton Luncheon – Sep 21
Save the date for The Institution of Surveyors Victoria’s Colin Middleton Luncheon. For more information, click here.
Student and Industry Connections Evening – Sep 22
All SA geospatial professionals are invited to come and meet the Flinders University GIS students as they head to the Belair Hotel during their upcoming field camp. By meeting industry people, the students will discover new roles and get advice from industry professionals. 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.