The IIC Academy is very happy to announce a new edition of our S-8 Cat B Geospatial Information Program for all those who are interested in pursuing a career in nautical cartography. Registration is open and the course starts on Sept. 12th, 2022.
Following in the tracks of the 2021 edition of our S-5B Hydrographic Surveying Program, and back by popular demand, IIC Academy is re-launching the program in September 6th, 2022. Registering process is open!
The Australian Hydrographic Office (AHO) has been responsible for providing Australia’s national charting services for 101 years. This function is critical for the maintenance of safety of navigation which is the backbone of the Australian trade and fundamental to the nation’s security.
The Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Agency (KHOA), with their Training Research and Development Centre (TRDC), hosted the International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO) Training For Trainers Programme (TFT) from November 1st to November 12th, 2021. The TRDC was established in Busan, Republic of Korea, under
During the week of November 15th, IIC wrapped up ship-board operations for three survey projects that were run concurrently in Canada this survey season. Two of these projects took place in the Arctic, utilizing a traditional survey vessel augmented by an Uncrewed Survey Vessel (USV).
On 04 November 2021 IIC’s Managing Director Australasia, David Crossman, was elected to the position of Vice Chair of the AusSeabed Steering Committee, the highest position possible for a non-Government representative.
IIC Technologies proudly commenced the IIC Academy S-8B Marine Geospatial Training Program, with the first of three opening ceremonies occurring in Australasia on 4 October 2021.
IIC Technologies and Deakin University are very pleased to have commenced the IIC Academy S-5B Hydrographic Surveyors Programme on 6 September 2021 with an online opening ceremony spanning 7 time zones.
How does a complex organisation that uses a number of discrete and differently structured databases reduce overlaps and eliminate manual transfer operations which are inefficient and prone to error?