The surveying landscape is undergoing a dynamic transformation driven by technological advancements and evolving industry demands. As we venture further into the digital age, staying tuned to the latest trends shaping our industry is essential.
Working collaboratively with FM Conway, Catsurveys utilised cutting edge mobile mapping technology to gather critical asset information on the A249.
FM Conway is currently six years into a 10-year maintenance contract on the A249 in Kent for Sheppey Route Ltd that manages the road on behalf of National Highways. The contract covers a 41km network on the A249 between the M2 and Sheerness that is used by 30,000 drivers a day, and includes the iconic Sheppey Crossing.
Kontur invited Catsurveys to a roundtable discussion on "The future of Global Utility Mapping - 5 years out". Simon Jefferson (Head of communications at Catsurveys) was joined by Sam Wiffen (Reveal, New Zealand) and Michel Twohig (DGT Associates, USA) in discussions and predictions about technology, reporting, regulations and business models in the year 2027.