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  • Location: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
  • Date:12-14 March 2013
  • Theme: "Capitalising on our Position"

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Proceedings of the 18th Association of Public Authority Surveyors Conference (APAS2013)
Edited by Dr Volker Janssen

Title Page
Front Matter and Table of Contents   i-iv
Office Bearers for 2012/2013 1
Editorial 2

The Transit of Venus and 18th Century Positioning and Navigation

Case Bosloper

3

Surveys at the Sydney Cricket Ground 1999-2013

David Barrington

21

Sustainable Development, Subdivision, Surveyors and Sun Angles II

Grant Calvin

30

Flexible Learning in Vocational Education and Training for Surveying: Approaches, Lessons, and Directions

Elizabeth Moylan

50

The Tomago to Stroud 132 kV Transmission Line: A Surveying Mixed Bag

Adam Long

58

Locata: A Positioning System for Indoor and Outdoor Applications Where GNSS Does Not Work

Chris Rizos

73

A Next Generation Datum for Australia

John Dawson

84

Data-Mining in NSW: Working Towards a New and Improved Australian Datum

Joel Haasdyk and Tony Watson

85

Discussion Forum: Impacts of a Next Generation Datum for Australia

Craig Roberts, John Dawson, Chris Rizos and Doug Kinlyside

103

Tying It All Together: CORSnet-NSW Local Tie Surveys

Nicholas Gowans and Thomas Grinter

104

GNSS-Based Animal Tracking: An Indirect Approach

Volker Janssen

120

From Riverina Water Shortage to Snowy Surplus: Charles Scrivener’s Task to Locate a National Capital

Terry G. Birtles

128

The Consequences of Watershed Boundaries of the ACT

Mike Stapleton

136

Finding Bennelong? Surveying Solves a 200-Year-Old Mystery

Fred de Belin

152

Impact of the New Surveying and Spatial Information Regulation 2012

Les Gardner

163

SCIMS3: The Next Generation Survey Control Information Management System

Doug Kinlyside

174

Improving Survey Infrastructure in NSW: Construction of the Eglinton EDM Baseline

Dick Ellis, Volker Janssen and Robert Lock

187

Shaping the Cadastral Infrastructure for a Digital Future

Craig Sandy

202

Cadastral Modelling and the Role of the Government Surveyor

Ian Harper and Michael Elfick

211

Mobile Laser Scanning: Field Methodology for Achieving the Highest Accuracy at Traffic Speed

Rod Eckels and John Nolan

218

The Impact of Natural Disasters on the Cadastre

Narelle Underwood

231
List of Attendees 253