Why DML Surveys contributes to school camps

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.Read more

Surveying the seas: thirty-plus year career acknowledged by industry

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 HydrographicRead more

Get a copy of DML’s Top 10 Tips for contractors looking to undertake multi-disciplinary surveys

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 connectingRead more

New 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). DiscoveRead more

Hydrography a hidden industry

A new video highlighting the benefits of hydrographic surveying has just been released. The video focuses on this hidden industry with an emphasis on the impact of the Kaikoura earthquake. See theRead more

Courtney Rennie wins National Gold & Bronze Medals

Courtney Rennie had a really successful summer season training on Lake Karapiro. So much so that at the NZ Nationals in February she was part of the Under 22 Women's Quad which won Gold. She alsoRead more

LINZ Kaikoura Survey

DML and IX Survey are currently working on a multidisciplinary hydrographic and science survey of the Kaikoura coast for Land Information New Zealand. To read more about the surveyRead more

Chopper Swim Challenge - 20Km Swim Fundraiser

Nigel Marsden, one of DML’s vessel skippers, will be putting in a supreme effort to swim 20km for the Helicopter Rescue Trust. The swim will take place on March 26 from Waiheke Island to AucklandRead more

Friendly Locals

The locals turned up to see what we were doing while we were downloading tide gauge data from the Cape Campbell tide gauge, South Island, New Zealand. The tide gauge forms part of tidal network inRead more

Auckland Marathon perfect endurance training for pending Kaikoura Hydrographic Survey

Looking great part way through, but the finish was still a little way off! Dan Graham, one of DML’s hydrographic surveyors toughs it out in the Auckland Marathon last Sunday in a brisk 3hrs andRead more

Update on William van der Beek

William Van Der Beek has had a very busy month. The first two weeks were spent in Japan at the World Championships where he finished 32nd. The level of competition was of a very high standard whichRead more

Challenging river survey helps reveal best bakery. What’s your pick?

River Cross Sections surveys can be extremely challenging. During winter the rivers are in floods so profiling by vessel is the norm while in summer dried out river beds brings topographic surveyRead more
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