IIC Technologies was very pleased to commence the IIC Academy S-8B Marine Geospatial Information Program yesterday, with students participating from Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.
It has begun! After much build-up the 2022-23 IIC Academy S-5B Hydrographic Surveyor Program kicked off with its opening ceremony yesterday.
The ability for Pacific Island nations such as Samoa to undertake planning and to build resilience against the anticipated impact from sea level rise, storm surge and heightened weather patterns is often limited by the availability of accurate data and the means to generate value from it.
Crowdsourcing Technology Enables New Type of Data for Marine Weather and Navigation
IIC Technologies has been privileged to provide geospatial support to the Australian Government for many years and look forward to continuing this support under the Geospatial Goods and Services Standing Offer Panel (GeoPanel) announced by the Australian Government today.
The IIC Academy team were very pleased to graduate the 2021-22 S-5B Hydrographic Surveyors Program students on 09 June 2022. The students worked hard to achieve their success and deserved their great results.
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. If you are interested, drop us a line at
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