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If you decide to become a surveyor you will be joining one of the oldest professions in the world.  Surveying involves taking measurements to accurately determine the location of points anywhere on the world including the most remote locations such as deep in the oceans, in the middle of the Amazon jungle or on the Antarctic Continent.

Measurements are taken by surveyors using various types of equipment such as theodolites, tapes, lasers, Global Navigation Satellite Systems, laser scanners, and unmanned aerial vehicles to name just a few.

Surveyors undertake their measurements to provide information to engineers, town planners, architects and builders to design and construct the world we live in, from the house we live in to the mega cities around the world.

Land surveyor in rural area

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