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. 

  • Veris and the Shrine of Remembrance

    Apr 3, 2018

    Before any development can be proposed in areas around Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance, Councils must receive certification of compliance to the Shrine Vista Controls from the licensed land surveyor nominated by the Shrine Trustees – Veris, in South Melbourne (formerly Bosco Jonson). Read More

  • 3D Spatial

    How Giant Bug-Like Aliens Introduced Laser Scanning to Australia

    Mar 23, 2018 Malcolm Lester

    This is the story of how a small Tasmanian surveying company pioneered terrestrial laser scanning in Australia thanks to giant bug-like aliens in a bad movie. Read More

  • 3D Spatial Surveying

    Veris Helps Shape Lake Karrinyup Golf Club

    Mar 2, 2018 Philip Thrower

    Veris was asked to undertake a laser scanning survey of the newly installed front nine greens and putting green at LKCC prior to the visit of the European Tour and the exciting World Super 6 tournament. Read More

  • Surveying Infrastructure Services

    Veris at Optus Stadium

    Jan 25, 2018 Nick Kitscha

    Veris was on the turf at Optus Stadium before the Grand Opening; setting up the perfect dimensions for on-field advertising on behalf of Sports and Outdoors. Read More

  • Geospatial Data Management Surveying 3D Spatial

    The Solstice and the Stars

    Dec 22, 2017 Stuart Worn

    The Summer and Winter Solstice are key dates in the Almanac, which is the annually published coordinates of the majority of easily visible stars based on date and time. Read More

  • 3D Spatial

    High Tech Preserves Relics of the Past

    Nov 21, 2017 Mark Baumann

    It's not every day you get to perform a 3D Laser Scan of the oldest recorded European relic placed on Australian shores. But Veris did, when it was contracted by the Western Australian Museum to determine the composition of a plate left behind by explorers in the 1600s. Read More

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