On 14 September 2017, at 10:00 in the Assembly Hall of the Main building of KSTU will be held Surveying International Forum “Innovative technologies in Geodesy, Mine Surveying and Geotechnics” and the II Congress of the Union of Surveyors of Kazakhstan with the participation of the President of the International Surveying Community (ISM).
The program of the forum included:
– speech of the President of ISM, academicians and professors from Germany, Russia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, representatives of the surveying and geodetic companies: Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Russia on the problem of providing mining companies innovative measurement technology and prospects of development in Kazakhstan;
-conducting presentations on modern surveying and geodetic technology companies: Leica Geosystems (Switzerland), TRE Altamira (Spain and Italy), Russia (Sovzond);
– exhibition of modern surveying and geodetic equipment: modern laser-digital levels and total stations, 3D scanners, latest satellite positioning system (GPS);
– holding II Congress of Kazakhstan Surveyors Union with the participation of delegates of the 25 largest mining companies: “Kazakhmys Corporation” LP, “Arcelor Mittal Temirtau” CD, “SSGPO” JSC, “Ekibastuz coal” LLP, “Kazzinc” JSC, “Altyntau Kokshetau” JSC, “AK Altynalmaz” JSC, “Altaypolimetall” JSC and other representatives of design and research organizations: “Karaganda GIPROSHAKHT” LLP, D.A. Kunayev MI, LLP “Zhezkazgan Lead Design Institute” and other, the faculty of higher education institutions: St. Petersburg State Mining University, Al-Farabi KazNU, K.I. Satpayev KazNAU, Karaganda State Technical University, S. Seifullin KazNTU and other, and also specialized companies: “Algorithm” LLP, “Geo-Engineering” LLP, “Geobiznes” LLP and “Geomar” LLP.
In the framework of the Congress discussion of the regulatory documents is planned: “Instructions for the production of surveying works” and “Rules on ensuring of stability of slopes ledges of quarries and coal mines sides. These documents serve as the baseline, where the existing regulatory access is given performing surveys and during special geomechanical study of the mountain massif.