As a huge rugby fan, our Managing Director Enda Nolan is no stranger to the RDS Arena in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. You can imagine his delight therefore when Coastway Surveys were given the go ahead to carry out a 3D laser scan survey of the Arena’s stadium structure prior to its redevelopment.
It is great to be involved in a high profile project such as the Trinity College Dublin Business School Redevelopment.
Our M.D. Enda Nolan recently visited the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) on Bolton Street in Dublin to present a Leica ScanStation 2 terrestrial laser scanner to the College of Engineering and Built Environment.
Two test sites above 1600m north of Trento in Italy were chosen.
To mark our fifteen years in business and our recent launch into the UK market, we thought it was time to revamp our website to give it a fresh, modern look.
Coastway Surveys are pleased to announce their successful bid for research funding from The European Commission.
Congratulations to Coastway Survey’s UK Managing Director, Mark Hudson who has been elected as the new Chairman of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (ICES) North West & North Wales Region.
Coastway were recently appointed by GECO Engineering on behalf of the Abu Dhabi Tourism and Cultural Authority to carry out a 3D Laser Scan Survey of three areas within the Qasr al Hosn Quarter in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Yesterday, I attended the very impressive Imperial War Museum in Duxford, Cambridgeshire to give a presentation at The Survey Association’s discussion group meeting.
We are pleased to announce that we have just opened a new office in the UK.
We are all very excited about the addition of the QuestUAV 200 to our fleet of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV). The QuestUAV 200 is a fully auto piloted unmanned aerial vehicle with a DSLR Sony Nex7 camera that can be launched from virtually any location. Some of the great features of the QuestUAV 200 include:
We have become a member of the Sub 20 Organisation – a professional body representing the commercial small UAS operating community.
I have been invited to present at the UK’s Royal Aeronautical Society Unmanned Aviation: Challenges for Growth Conference in London on 16th September, 2013. I will be presenting a paper on the developments in the use of fixed-wing UAVs for the mapping of land using a number of case studies, notably from the mining and quarrying industry.