July 14, 2017 in News/Media
The Australian Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI) holds an annual Queensland Surveying and Spatial Conference (QSSC). The SSSI is the Australian peak body that represents the interests of surveying and spatial science professionals. The 2017 QSSC Conference was a two-day event held on the 4th and 5th of May. MHS was happy to attend. This year’s conference topic was ‘From Seabed to Space. Managing global uncertainty in a spatial world.’
We have put together an overview article to show the different topics addressed at the conference. Perhaps, it will inspire you to attend next year? Or at least send an employee or colleague to the conference to bring back some info. Keeping up to date with the industry and new technological developments is important and a real focus for MHS.
March 29, 2017 in News/Media
Technology is ever changing, to stay current, a continual investment in the latest technology is important, this also applies to hydrographic surveying equipment. Here is our newest technology addition, the new NORBIT multi-beam echo sonar system.
July 1, 2016 in News/Media
Australia’s iconic shorelines are a valuable environmental resource, and they’re enjoyed every year by millions of tourists and local residents alike. But they’re also an important component of our economy, accounting for a large percentage of our tourism industry’s earning capacity.
April 29, 2016 in News/Media
At MHS, we’ve found ourselves looking back with surprise at the diversification that’s become part of our daily operations.
Like so many other Australian businesses that are adapting to the new focus, the new practices, and the new demands of our rapidly changing society, MHS has been broadening our horizons with research and development—and an array of diverse projects that are challenging us to improve our flexibility and extend our reach.
August 27, 2015 in News/Media
Mapping and Hydrographic Surveys Pty Ltd (MHS) is pleased to announce the introduction of its new MKIII Very High Resolution 2D Marine Reflection Geophysical (MaRS) system.