Industry Uptake of National Environmental Science Program (NESP)

10 NOVEMBER 2020: UWA ARTICLE RELEASED  Cost Effective Biodiversity Sampling for Oil and Gas Industry Using National StandardsAuthors: Dr Tim Langlois and Dr Anita Giraldo, The University of Western AustraliaNational Environmental Science Program: Marine Biodiversity HubEfficient biodiversity sampling is important for both industry and research. Ship time, especially when working in deeper offshore waters, can be expensive […]

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Guardian Geomatics Awarded HIPP “Approaches to Newcastle” Contract

04 NOVEMBER 2020: GUARDIAN GEOMATICS NEWS ANNOUNCEMENT Guardian Geomatics are proud to announce our first contribution to the HydroScheme Industry Partnership Program (HIPP) – The “Approaches to Newcastle” (SI 1001) survey, with work commencing on this project next month.Guardian Geomatics Managing Director, Paul Kennedy said: “We are pleased to announce the award of this initial […]

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Guardian Geomatics Signs on for Australian Hydroscheme Industry Partnership Program (HIPP)

Key company representatives of the Hydroscheme Industry Partnership Program (HIPP) Russell Offices, Canberra after the deed signing ceremony.

28 FEBRUARY 2020: GUARDIAN GEOMATICS NEWS ANNOUNCEMENT Guardian Geomatics is proud to announce their appointment to Australia’s Hydroscheme Industry Partnership Program (HIPP). Key company representatives of HIPP, the Hydroscheme Industry Partnership Program attended the official deed signing ceremony this week in Canberra with Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, AO, RAN. The ceremony was held […]

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Guardian Geomatics Awarded Unmanned Vessel Project

(USV) Unmanned Surface Vessel side profile.

14 MAY 2019: GUARDIAN GEOMATICS NEWS ANNOUNCEMENT Guardian Geomatics has been awarded by Shell, a large hydrographic project utilising its fleet of unmanned surface vessels. The project is to acquire high quality hydrographic data over an area in excess of 800km2. The project will utilise up to 3 unmanned surface vessels and be supported by […]

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