Date: Friday 28 October 2016
Time: 1830 – 2000 (Registration starts at 1815)
Venue: Room 3707, Hopewell Centre, 183 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Fee: $180 (RICS member / APC trainee); $250 (non-member)
CPD hour: 1.5 hours
Capacity: 70(first-come, first-served)
Speakers & panelist
Mr Edmund Yu, DH2, Marine Department, HKSAR Govt
This seminar will introduce the suggested best practice that should be used in hydrographic surveying in Hong Kong. The speaker will draw on his extensive experience to outline good practice including using advanced survey equipment such as the multibeam echo sounder. He will also describe the requirements laid down by the
International Hydrographic Organization. The seminar will also touch upon the desirable presentation of plans, the horizontal and vertical datum to be used, and the relevant quality controls for surveys.
About the speaker
Mr. Yu is currently the Deputy Hydrographer of the Hydrographic Office of Marine Department. He qualified as a Professional Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (HKIS) in 1991 and obtained the Postgraduate Diploma in Hydrographic Surveying in Plymouth, UK in 1998. He was the Vice-Chairman of the Land Surveying Division of HKIS in 2009 and is presently the Chairman of its Education Committee and a Member of its Board of Education. He was also the Chairman of the Association of Government Local Land Surveyors from 2008 to 2013. Mr. Yu has extensive working experience in the field of Land Surveying. He was involved in cadastral surveying in Lands Department for more than 10 years and also in civil engineering surveying in Civil Engineering and Development Department for 3 years prior to his present post.
Deadline for registration: Wednesday 26 October 2016, 6pm
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