OSG Equipment Calibration
OFFICE OF THE SURVEYOR-GENERAL
A licensed surveyor is required to use surveying equipment that has been compared to a standard of measurement.
Some SA Surveys require electronic distance measurement (EDM) equipment used on any survey to be calibrated:
- at intervals not exceeding 12 calendar months
- after every repair to all or part of such equipment
- by comparison to a baseline approved by the Office of the Surveyor-General of South Australia.
To help licensed surveyors calibrate EDM equipment, the Office of the Surveyor-General of South Australia maintains an EDM calibration handbook, EDM calibration software, and EDM calibration baselines in South Australia.
EDM calibration software
The latest EDM calibration software can be obtained by contacting DTI.SurveyOperations@sa.gov.au
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