Ultra High Resolution Multi Beam

February 10 2020

Shipwreck in Victoria Harbour captured at a depth of 25m using our Ultra High Resolution MultiBeam.

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ESL Survey 2 arrives in Hong Kong

February 10 2020

After 18 months Design and Construction in Guangzhou “ESL Survey 2” has been delivered.

With a 40 square meter back deck, multiple sensor mounts and launch/recovery systems this vessel allows ESL to deploy a wider range of survey systems than could be accommodated on ESL Survey 1. Our first boat shall still be used for shallow water surveys while “Survey 2” shall be utilised where multiple sensor options such a Multi-Beam, UAV Photogrametry and Laser Scanning are required.

More to follow…

 

 

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RICS/HKIS Mutual Recognition now restarted

November 30 2018

 

RICS and the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (HKIS) jointly announce a mutual recognition of membership for professionals of the two organisations today (29 November). The mutual recognition is applicable to professionals from geomatics professional group. Details of the recognition are as follows.

 

HKIS members to admit as RICS professionals

Corporate members of the Land Surveying Division of HKIS (FHKIS and MHKIS) may upon application to RICS be admitted as a professional member of RICS (Chartered Land Surveyor (MRICS)) and be a member of the Geomatics Professional Group, and may be entitled to all the privileges of RICS membership subject to:

 

a. one year post-qualification as a Corporate member of the Land Surveying Division of HKIS and professional practice relevant to the geomatics profession; and

 

b. the successful completion of the RICS ethics assessment prior to admission;

 

c. a professional interview conducted at the discretion of RICS to verify the applicant’s competence and suitability for admission to the Geomatics Professional Group.

 

RICS professionals to admit as HKIS members

Professional members of RICS (FRICS and MRICS) qualified as a Chartered Land Surveyor, whose principal place of practice being in Hong Kong may upon application to HKIS be admitted as a professional member of HKIS (MHKIS) in the Land Surveying Division, and may be entitled to all the privileges of HKIS membership, including the use of the designation of professional surveyors and the designatory letters, subject to:

 

a. one year post-qualification as a Chartered Land Surveyor and professional practice in Hong Kong relevant to the Land Surveying Division of HKIS; and

 

b. a professional interview conducted at the discretion of HKIS to verify the applicant’s competence and suitability for admission to the Division.

 

This mutual recognition of membership does not apply to any corporate member of the Land Surveying Division of HKIS, or the Geomatics Professional Group of RICS whose admission to membership is by virtue of a reciprocity agreement with another professional body.

 

This mutual recognition of membership offers a streamlined application process for professional surveyor membership qualifications which will allow surveying professionals to practise in both local and global markets, and ultimately benefit their portfolio and raise their professional standing worldwide.

 

For details and enquiries of admission, please contact RICS office in Hong Kong at e: ricshk@rics.org or t: +852 2537 7117; or HKIS office at e: memdept@hkis.org.hk or t: +852 2526 3679.

 

Clare Chiu

Chief Operating Officer, Greater China

Industry News

Stonecutters Bridge Configuration Survey

October 31 2018

Edward and Mike carried out the SCB Tower Top GNSS configuration survey on 30th Oct 2018. It was a beautiful night with little pollution as can be seen from the photo below.

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Green Island UAV Reality Capture and Laser Scanning

October 30 2018

ESL have recently completed the data capture for the Green Island Heritage Site. This involved the integration of UAV photogrammetry and Laser Scanning.

Following receipt of CAD flying permit data capture for both Aerial and Terrestrial was completed in 4 days. Production of BIM Model is now ongoing.

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Commissioning of new USM Mount

July 26 2018

Our Hydrographic Team have successfully commissioned and tested a new Universal Sonar Mount (USM) using a Reson TP-50 multibeam with Octans 3000 IMU and Trimble GNSS.

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