3 Day Workshop: Augmented Reality GIS for Field Workers in Utilities, Construction and Large Site Asset Management

23 May 2018 - 25 May 2018 — 9:00AM - 12:00PM

AR/VR Garage, 28 Shaddock St, Eden Terrace, Auckland

3 workshops: an introduction to augmented reality, Augview architecture, user interface, field data capture, hands on usage in & outdoors
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3 workshops covering:

  • An introduction to augmented reality, AR benefits, Augview architecture, user interface, functionality, hands on usage indoors & outdoors
  • Augview configuration overview, worked example, hands-on use of example
  • Field data capture/update for design, data maintenance and as-built recording, field usage for network maintenance including safety & training instruction. Includes configuration of Trimble DA1/Catalyst and use with Augview

This is a BYOD tutorial series where attendees will be provided with a 2 month Augview license for 1 device (smartphone or tablet). A recommended device list will be provided to registered attendees prior to the event.

This is a series of three workshops, and your fee covers entry to all three: 

  • Wednesday 23/5/2018 9:00-12:00
  • Thursday 24/5/2018 9:30-12:00
  • Friday 25/5/2018 9:30-12:00

Target Audience

  • Field service managers, project managers and asset managers within
  • Utilities
  • Telcos
  • Councils
  • Engineering & construction industry
  • Utility locators
  • Asset managers within large sites (eg airport, ports, universities)


Augview develops and sells an Augmented Reality mobile asset management application for smartphones and tablets. The target market is utilities, telco’s, councils, developers and their contractors that locate, design, build and maintain underground utility assets.  Augview has a global market with installations from Columbia to Scandinavia, NZ to UK & Europe. 

Use of the app significantly improves field staff productivity and reduces the risk of damaging underground assets. Augview supports real-time update of the corporate asset databases, and hence can help improve the completeness and quality of asset data, whilst eliminating many back-office administration tasks.

  • Apps
  • Augmented Reality
  • Data
  • Environment
  • Workshop
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Mike is a successful GIS entrepreneur and visionary, has extensive experience in the GIS
market since 1979 and has been involved with multiple start-ups and GIS product developments. Mike is currently a Director and CEO of Augview Ltd.
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