CADS Aerial are expanding their UAV services into West Africa in a partnership with the region’s leading mining technical services provider, Sahara Mining Services. CADS experience working with the latest technology within the Australian aviation regulations, teamed with the local expertise of Sahara Mining Services means that they can offer the West African mining industry a suite of high-quality services to help them discover, define and mine their deposits using data that has never been [...]
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CADS Survey are excited to have been awarded the ground survey component at Barangaroo South 1B (BS1B) in Sydney, NSW. BS1B will contain three luxurious residential towers at 30, 60 & 70 levels. Barangaroo is the most ambitious urban renewal projects in Australia today, embodying world-class design excellence and sustainability. It is one of the world’s foremost waterfront renewal projects and showcases Sydney as Australia’s gateway to the world. The 22 hectare, $6 billion Baranga [...]
FEATURED LNG INDUSTRY ARTICLE: Surveying on the Gorgon Jetty Project on Barrow Island, Australia. CADS Survey was contracted by Leighton Contractors to perform surveying for Gorgon’s 2.1 km (1.3 mile) long loading jetty, including structural, mechanical and hydrographic surveys. They also developed and managed the necessary automated module guidance systems. Simon Bush, co-owner of CADS Survey, was the Survey Manager of the Gorgon jetty project. Read the article here:https://lnkd.in/bNV9ztV
Recently CADS Survey, together with C.R. Kennedy and Aibotix, surveyed one of the world’s largest diamond mines, succeeding in a negative waypoint flight. The Argyle Diamond Mine is located in Western Australia in the eastern remote region of the Kimberley. This mine produces the largest volume of diamonds, approximately a fifth of the world’s production. The challenge in the aerial survey of the Argyle mine was not only the flight perspective from below and from the side, but that a n [...]