Taylors cleans up at the 2013 Victorian Spatial Excellence Awards

Posted on December 20th, by Taylors in Uncategorized.

Taylors recently won awards for Innovation & Commercialisation, and Spatial Export at the 2013 SIBA Victorian Spatial Excellence Awards.

About SIBA
The Spatial Industries Business Association (SIBA) represents more than 200 companies and organisations working in the private enterprise sector of Australia’s and New Zealand’s growing and vitally important spatial industry. Members are significant producers, managers, innovators, users and adopters of spatial information and technologies. They are pioneers, providing inventive, value-added services to governments, business and industry and they range in size from large local and international companies to small and medium-sized enterprises.

The annual Victorian Spatial Excellence Awards seek to recognise excellence, innovation and spatial contribution. Award nominations were accepted in each of the 6 categories of:-

  • Spatial Enablement
  • Innovation & Commercialisation
  • Technical Excellence
  • People and Community
  • Environment and Sustainability
  • Spatial Export

Winner! Innovation and Commercialisation Category

“Surveying the Broadband Superhighway at Road Speeds, Vehicle Mounted LIDAR Surveys for the NBN Project”

Taylors won the award for Innovation and Commercialisation at the VSEA for our NBN survey solution.

We use vehicle mounted LIDAR to capture spatial and qualitative data which is used to design fibre optic cable routes for the aerial deployment aspects of the NBN project. Our unique solution has provided a significant improvement to the spatial data traditionally received in this industry.


Winner! Spatial Export Category

“Train-The-Trainer Course, Digital Cadastral Surveying in Bangladesh”

Taylors won the award for Spatial Export at the VSEA for the delivery of survey training in Bangladesh.

We are well connected in this emerging export market and our Train The Trainer course prepared for the Bangladesh Government Department of Land Records and Survey will help bring about reform of the Bangladesh Land Administration System and has the potential to improve he lives of millions.