Trimble Indoor Mobile Mapping Solution (TIMMS) technology collects survey data in a fraction of the time it takes conventional methods and Taylors have recently purchased one of the only systems in Australia.
Mobile mapping survey technologies have been rapidly advancing over the last few years in response to industry demand for increased safety, productivity, and accuracy on projects. The technologies allow surveyors to conduct highly efficient surveys of major infrastructure such as road networks, electricity networks, large buildings, schools and universities, airports, hospitals and treatment plants.
Taylors has been working with BCE Surveying from Perth to operate the Trimble MX8 in Victoria, which is cutting edge outdoor mobile mapping technology that provides LiDAR and high-resolution imagery for projects at speeds not possible with traditional laser scanning.
Applications for mobile mapping in Australia
Taylors Infrastructure Operations Manager Anthony Emmerson said the greatest benefit of mobile …
Taylors in association with the Victorian Planning and Environmental Law Association (VPELA) held a Seminar recently focussed on innovation and technology in the development industry. With over 100 attendees across a broad range of professions, we were treated to a unique interactive experience focussing on 3D modelling and virtual reality.
Held at the tech hub of Foy’s Arcade in the city, this Seminar was not your run of the mill sit-down format, with attendees given free rein to use and interact with the 3D goggles, hologram lenses, UAV (drones), laser scanning, 3D printing and even painting in 3D with professional artist Richard Payne! A range of Taylors projects were showcased across the night including laser scanning of the Palais Theatre and use of 3D modelling at VCAT (another breakthrough for Taylors!)
Taylors looks forward to continuing our tech journey and pioneering this …
Taylors are the proud Town Planning and Survey Consultants for the new Lifestyle Hastings development which was recently named the most affordable development of the year at the 2017 National UDIA Awards for Excellence.
The Lifestyle development located in Hastings on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula was awarded the UDIA’s National Affordable Development Award over six other developments from around Australia.
The development by Lifestyle Communities is a secure community aimed at over 55 year olds that has been designed and developed in a way that makes the construction costs cheaper than regular houses, without losing any of the quality and amenities. These turn-key homes are now priced at around 80 percent of the median house price in the catchment.
Taylors provided town planning and survey services for the 141-home development which included obtaining the project’s permits and coordinating with the builder to deliver …