The LINZ Utility Location standard provides a new framework for recording the location of utility assets. Instead of defining the position in terms of the property boundaries, they are defined in terms of the geodetic control network. This is the same network used to define the position of property boundaries. Virtually all modern spatial data, including aerial imagery, uses this framework – which ensures it can be accurately integrated and spatially overlaid. Effectively the framework, and this standard, provide the glue that enables disparate spatial datasets to be joined together.
What you'll learn:
Using and understanding the standard
How to integrate the standard into your location capture workflows
What is TM 2000
What is vertical datum 16
How to find Survey Marks & to get TM2000 coordinates
How to ensure the data is collected to the required accuracy standards
Using and understanding the limits of positioning technology (This includes GPS/GNSS & Total stations)
Office based training
No Survey Equipment needed
Please bring calculator
|Duration: 1 Day|
$1,500 per person
Locators, Contractors, and Engineers who undertake the actual survey and measurement of assets.
Full training notes supplied.
Group Training on request.