In the Know

In The Know is the Veris blog. You can refine the list of stories, think pieces and How To entries using the Category and State or Territory fields at the right. 

  • Seamless collaboration and reliable communication with Aqura's award winning ARC solution

    Jun 25, 2019

    Seamless functioning of a business largely depends on the communication between its people. Even more so when the business has people on the field – reliable communication especially in remote areas is vital. One of the solutions offered by Aqura (a Veris company), is the Autonomous Rapid Communications (ARC) solution. This solution solves the problem of needing robust communications in remote areas. Read More

  • Surveying Town Planning Urban Design

    Queensland Land Title Act Change - High Density Development Easements

    May 28, 2019 Peter Sippel

    Veris has worked with the Registrar of Titles to achieve an amendment that will enable freehold lots up to 450m2 to enjoy the benefit of high density development easements. This will provide greater flexibility in titling row house / terrace housing products Read More

  • Surveying

    The evolution of SONAR

    May 15, 2019 Nathan Green

    The blog explores the use of sound underwater and how World War I and II contributed to the evolution of SONAR as we know it today Read More

  • Town Planning Urban Design

    Veris welcomes Maureen Benier to the Victoria team

    Apr 10, 2019 Brendan Munari

    The month of February has been an exciting period of growth for the Veris Victoria office, and we are very excited to announce the appointment of Maureen Benier as our Urban Design Team Leader. Read More

  • Surveying

    Sonar Scanning: Improving efficiency in gathering underwater data

    Feb 28, 2019 Nathan Green

    Hydrographic scanning, the gathering of underwater data can be useful in multiple scenarios, from understanding harbour silting to rescue operations while flooding. Read More

  • Surveyors in the Great War

    Nov 23, 2018 Malcolm Lester

    Surveyors in the First World War were not back-room boffins - their skills were needed at the front line, and sometimes beyond. Surveying became integral to the development and implementation of battle plans, as well as restoring some order amidst the chaos of war. Read More

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