Supporting surveying and spatial sectors

NZIS is the professional body for surveyors and spatial professionals in New Zealand. We proudly support excellence within our community with services to members including continuing education, best survey practice, research and development, advocacy and awarding excellence within the profession.

Our aim is to expand, enhance and support the professional skills available to our communities in the surveying and spatial sectors.


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www.globalsurvey.co.nz

www.allterra.co.nz www.accurate.kiwi


staplesadvantage.co.nz

Upcoming Events

Revised Health and Safety Reform Resources May 2016 - Site Work

NZIS has developed a Health and Safety package to assist organisations to meet some of their Health and Safety requirements.

30/12/2016 | | more info...

Auckland Seminar Series - Archaeology and Heritage for Surveyors

This seminar will be presented by Opus International Consultants and will cover archaeological and heritage guidelines for surveyors.

01/02/2017 | Auckland | more info...

2017 Cadastral Law Examination

16 February 2017 - Date of Cadastral Law Examination.

16/02/2017 | | more info...

Webinar Library - Subscription Package - 5 Videos

Video Library Subscription Package - 5 Videos

These downloads will be valid for a twelve month subscription period and can be watched on-demand anytime during this period.

28/02/2017 | | more info...

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Featured Items

NZIS Fellow Honoured at New Zealand Spatial Excellence Awards


Bill Robertson's long and distinguished career was recognised by the spatial industry at the NZSEA Awards dinner last night.

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November Newslink

November Newslinkis available on the website.

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Two New Fellows and NZIS Awards Announced at AGM

Two new Fellowships were announced at the AGM last week along with the NZIS Awards.

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UAV’s a large part of the Kaikoura solution

New technology is allowing spatial data professionals to make instant assessments of damage to the roads and valleys caused by the South Island earthquakes.




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