To celebrate World Hydrography Day (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Hydrography_Day) DML are sharing some images from a recent multi sensor nautical charting survey around the active volcano, White Island, in the Bay of Plenty. When the all of the elements come together ...
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Last month, DML Surveys was contracted to support a project which involved mapping the Auckland Harbour Bridge.  The Bridge is iconic to Auckland’s visual landscape and is a crucial piece of NZTA’s transport infrastructure.  It first opened to traffic on the 30...
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Webinar – “Use of mobile scanners for coastal mapping”

Declan Stubbing, DML’s Survey Manager, will be one of two speakers during the Australasian Hydrographic Society NZ Region - Webinar #6. The first speaker will be Graeme Blick from LINZ talking about the LINZ 2025 Mapping Programme, while Declan will be discussing the use o...
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Experienced Hydrographic Surveyor Wanted

DML is one of Australasia’s most respected Hydrographic Survey companies employing a team of highly specialised surveyors who are leaders in their field.   We are growing and would like a surveyor to join our team.  You would work with a hardworking team of ...
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Remotely operated vessel surveys sediment pond

DML recently completed a shallow pond survey using its remotely operated vessel “KOURA”. The small radio controlled vessel undertook a single beam survey of a shallow suspended sediment pond for volume calculations.  The platform was ideal in this situation due to:...
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A graduates life

March 27, 2019

A graduates life

Rian completed his survey degree with hydrographic papers from Otago University in 2018 and is now gainfully employed with DML. In the six weeks he’s been with us he’s spent 10 days in the office and the rest of the time in the field as a member of survey teams involved ...
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For the last couple of years DML has provided a cash contribution to help Kaimai School get their kids to the senior school camp.  Although our contribution isn’t massive, at least it’s a start. One of our company values is to “spend where it matters most” and w...
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Greg Cox’s decades-long career charting seas, surveying rivers and dams, monitoring erosion and mapping underwater habitats was acknowledged by international peers at the Australasian Hydrographic Society’s HYDRO18 Conference, held last week in Sydney. The Mount Maunganu...
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A BIG thank you to all of those who visited us at HYDRO18 in Sydney last week. What a fantastic event in beautiful Darling Harbour. The DML team were there in force and we really enjoyed connecting with customers and suppliers alike. The week was a great success with Greg Co...
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New Moon Like Craters

August 30, 2018

Moon Like Craters

Eight months in vessels surveying the Queen Charlotte Sound resulted in one of the largest nautical charting bathymetry data sets being being captured for Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Discovery Marine lead the hydrographic survey component under the direction of one ...
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