What is a Land Surveyor and who needs one anyway?
Land Surveyors provide accurate geospatial information in 2D or 3D. They basically model the real-world environment – both the natural landscape and the built environment, on land and underwater. They produce maps and plans or computers models. This data can then be designed upon, interrogated, measured and analysed by a wide variety of industries to manage their assets. Forestry, farming, construction, environmental, property, manufacturing, healthcare, tourism, energy industries all need to know the accurate physical relationships of their assets and their surroundings. Land Surveyors or Geomaticians provide that data in both relative and absolute terms.