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World Hydrography Day 19 June 2015

Each year the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) celebrates World Hydrography Day, an opportunity to increase public awareness of the vital role that hydrography plays in everyday life. This year marks its 94th anniversary, and Precision Hydrographic Services (PHS) was pleased[...]

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Become a Hydrographer

The current economic future is very positive for hydrographic surveying. The shortage of skilled hydrographers is a global problem and there are ample jobs in a range of areas. Since hydrographic surveying remains a core factor in maritime developments, coastal[...]

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World Hydrography Day

PHS are hosting a World Hydrography Day Event on Friday 19 June 2015. This event is open to anyone from the spatial industry with an interest in hydrographic surveying. The day will provide an opportunity to learn from experts and peers[...]

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Case Study – Dredging

When we think of ‘infrastructure’ we generally think of structures such as roads, buildings, bridges, tunnels and so forth. Ports may be considered within this infrastructure, but it is likely many only consider the structures above sea level. However, there[...]

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Product Review – Tide Master

The Valeport Tide Master is an easy to use, versatile and robust tide gauge. The logging unit can be interfaced with either a pressure transducer or the latest Valeport VRS20 Radar sensor to log and transmit accurate tide measurements. The[...]

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Spotlight On… Jamie Smith

Jamie has developed his career across several facets of surveying. Before commencing a career in hydrographic surveying Jamie was an aquaculture diver on finfish farms in SA and NT.[...]

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Spotlight On… Andrew Bembrick

Precision Hydrographic Services' 'Spotlight On' section highlights a staff member's interests and thoughts on the industry. Andrew Bembrick is a confident, highly driven graduate and the newest member of the PHS team.[...]

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Case Study – PHS’ close encounter with Humpback whale

We have recently completed a hydrographic survey campaign in a number of Western Australian ports. This campaign was in support of dredging, Dynamic Under Keel Clearance (DUKC ™) and general navigational safety where decimetre bathymetry was critical to both navigational[...]

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Christmas wishes from PHS

As the Christmas season is upon us and the year draws to a close, we wanted to let you know how much we appreciate your continued support. PHS has had a busy year and most recently has transitioned through a[...]

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Congratulations Dylan on his Level 1 certification

Dylan has been approved by the Australasian Hydrographic Surveyors Certification Panel to be certified at Level 1. This is a significant achievement for a hydrographic surveyor as it requires years of experience and a review of his work by a panel of[...]

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