Geodetic System Notices

Land Information New Zealand is playing a prominent role in next month’s Locate14 Conference and Exhibition in Canberra, which will bring together the spatial industry
Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) is enhancing the profile of the spatial industry by supporting this year’s inaugural New Zealand Spatial Excellence Awards (NZSEA). For
The National Geodetic Office (NGO) within Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) is set to take to the skies as part of a project to improve the accuracy of the national vertical
Landonline users could experience delays in telephone and email support due to reduced staffing levels during the closure and relocation of LINZ’s Wellington Office over
On 24 March 2011, LINZ held a workshop open to all surveyors who have tendered for a Geodetic Annual Programme contract in the last two years. The workshop was held to discuss the
LINZ will launch an online survey later in April to gather insights into the New Zealand geospatial industry. The purpose of the survey is to develop a better understanding of the
14 December 2010

What you Told us

Earlier this year, LINZ conducted some customer research about geodetic products and resources. Our research partner, Research New Zealand , sent out an online survey in June/July
14 December 2010

Action in Antarctica

Each year, LINZ sends members from the geodetic team to complete an annual Antarctic programme with two main tasks to complete. This year our representatives were Glen Rowe, Paula
Our spatial parcel improvement (SPI) project has been capturing survey accurate data from existing survey plans to improve the accuracy of the cadastre in high priority areas. The
LINZ, in partnership with the GNS Science GeoNet project, is currently upgrading all PositioNZ stations to GNSS capability. This will enable users of PositioNZ to utilise multiple
14 December 2010

Re-heighting Canterbury

In the wake of the Canterbury earthquake, work is underway to re-establish the survey control system in the affected region. One of the components most urgently in need of re-
Media release: Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) has accepted a tender from Koordinates Ltd to develop a service that will allow users of LINZ’s spatial information to
The following article on New Zealand's geodetic system was published in the September 2010 edition of Survey Quarterly , by Chief Geodesist Graeme Blick and Geodetic Surveyor Dave
The following article on New Zealand's geodetic system was published in the June 2010 edition of Survey Quarterly , by LINZ Survey Mark Protection Advisory Officer Kelvin Tait
LINZ has made some changes to its Specialist Processing and Data Management team, dividing it into three new teams – National Geodetic Office, National Topographic Office

The refreshed LINZ website will be here soon.

You’ll still be able to access the same information, but you’ll notice a change in the design and layout of the site.

Read more about the changes.


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