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  • Location: Jindabyne, New South Wales, Australia
  • Date: 9-11 April 2018
  • Theme: "Avalanche of Measurements"

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Proceedings of the 23rd Association of Public Authority Surveyors Conference (APAS2018)
Edited by Dr Volker Janssen

Title Page
Front Matter and Table of Contents i-iv
Office Bearers for 2017/2018 1
Editorial 2
Evaluating the Performance of AUSGeoid2020 in NSW
Volker Janssen and Tony Watson
3
Using an Avalanche of Measurements to Improve National Datums
Nicholas Brown, Craig Harrison, Roger Fraser and John Dawson
19
Which GDA94-GDA2020 Transformation Grid Should NSW Surveyors Use: Where, When and Why?
Nicholas Gowans
22
Preservation of Survey Infrastructure in NSW
Vittorio Sussanna and Geoff Lenton
49
Fast Tracked: V8 Supercars vs. Survey Infrastructure in Newcastle
Joel Edwards
50
UAS Photogrammetric Mapping Workflow and Accuracy
Yincai Zhou and Craig Roberts
68
Surveying and Spatial Information Regulation 2017: GNSS and Plan Requirements
Simon Hine and Les Gardner
69
Discussion Forum: Review of the Surveying and Spatial Information Act
Narelle Underwood
103
Hadrian’s Wall: Boundary Monument for the Northern Frontier of Roman Britannia
John F. Brock
104
Improving the Cadastre using Existing Information
Mark Butler
126
DCDB Upgrade of the NSW-Queensland Watershed Border: The Tick Protocol
Les Gardner and Simon Hine
140

The Sydney Harbour Bridge High-Precision Terrestrial Laser Scanning Survey and 3D CADD Modelling
Marijana Kokanovic and Josh Cowley
154
Can the Spatial Industry Attract (and Keep) Gen Z Employees?
Charlie Higgs
182
Cornering the Cadastre
Fred de Belin
190
Railway Boundary Investigations
Ian Jones
205
Images Provide a Thousand Measurements
Andrej Mocicka
206
Battles, Bushrangers and Bogus Surveyors: Marks Left on the Rural Landscape
Peter Mayberry
222
Integrated Reality Capture in the Rail Environment
James Black
232