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During this late summer period Storm Geomatics surveyors are across the UK on a variety of challenging projects.
However, amid the busy schedule Storm enjoyed a day of fun, new skills and team success.
Coupled with intermittent sun and mild temperatures in July the increase in foliage proved challenging for Storm’s surveying teams. Storm’s investment into advanced technology greatly assisted surveyors to meet deadlines and keep deliverables on track. Ensuring all client’s projects were delivered to schedule.
In late June Storm were delighted to receive notice from The Chartered Institute of Civil Engineering Surveyors that they were winners of an Approved Development Scheme award for geospatial. The CICES Education, Professional Development & Membership Committee judged Storm Geomatics to have made the most progress with the scheme over the past two years. This […]
The annual Geo-business conference rolled around again this May and as always, the Storm Geomatics team made a strong appearance. It is a fantastic chance to see what the future of the geospatial profession has in store and mix with their professional peers. This year there was a particular focus on determining which LiDAR […]
It is intended that Storm are to expand their RPAS capabilities and their specialist team spent April trialling various lidar and photographic sensors from a RPAS.
The R[&]D team working on the Civtech 7.1 Challenge “How can technology locate beaver burrows and assess their risk to public and private interests?” are now ready to present their final innovation of how the technology can be adapted for the management of infrastructure assets.
We have sponsored a home work project with Get Kids into Survey. Our mission is to ensure every young person knows about surveying as a career
Research into river systems has shown how human intervention influences the biodiversity of rivers. At a time when the recovery of nature is critical in the battle to reverse climate change, river corridors provide an excellent starting point to make biodiversity gains which could spread exponentially into the floodplains and beyond. This paper looks at […]
by Mike Hopkins MCInstCES, Managing Director Our home, planet earth, is dying. It is difficult to avoid hearing this statement if you read the papers or watch television. As of May this year, 2,100 science organisations and governments in 39 countries had declared a “Climate Emergency”. There is a clock ticking, counting down the time […]
Our surveyors have concerns about nutrient pollution in UK rivers. As a way of contributing to the knowledge and the clean-up of nutrient pollution, water samples are taken and tested for phosphate levels at sites that our surveyors visit. These readings are for a point in time and would vary depending on several factors. The […]