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Land Surveyor, An Expert in Determining Land Area & Surveying

What does land surveyor do?

    Land surveyors work in the office and on-site. At the surveying site, they used the latest technologies, such as high-end GPS, Theodolites, and ground-to-air and ground scanners to map the area, perform calculations and take photos as evidence. In the office, Surveyors then uses sophisticated software, such as Auto-cad, to draft plans and draw on-site survey drawings. Surveyors work on various projects such as land subdivision and mining exploration, tunnel construction and main construction, which means that no two days are the same. They are experts in determining land area and surveying. They also provide advice and provide information to guide the work of engineers, architects and developers.

The importance of land surveyor:

    Land survey is the use of mathematics, professional technology and equipment to measure and map the surrounding environment. Licensed surveyor can measure any object on land, sky or seabed. They even measure polar ice caps. Surveying is very important. Most of us rely on measurement to ensure the order of the physical world around us.
   Surveyors are the first person on any construction site to measure and map the land. The architects then use these main measurement results to understand and make full use of the unique landscape at the time of design, and enable engineers to accurately and safely plan the structure to ensure that the building is not only suitable for the landscape, but also capable of construction.
    Many properties are on incorrect borders. Miscalculations in past surveys, titles, easements, and wildlife crossings all have considerable problems. In addition, many attributes are created from multiple departments in a larger portion over many years, and with each additional department, the risk of miscalculation increases. The result may be that the adjacent properties are inconsistent with the adjacent plots, leading to gaps and overlaps.
    In many cases, surveyors must use parts that do not fit exactly to solve problems. In these cases, the solution is based on the surveyor’s research and interpretation, as well as established procedures for resolving differences. This is basically a process of continuous error correction and update, in which the official records of the documents oppose the previous and sometimes wrong investigation documents recorded by the old monument and the old investigation methods.
    Now the latest technology has emerged to help land surveyors complete their work. Using GPS systems, land surveyors can make accurate measurements from large areas of land. With this technology, a single survey can complete tasks that previously required the entire team to complete, and they can complete tasks in half the time, if not less. Although GPS is used in various industries, land surveyors are the first to use and fully realize the potential of technology.