GNSS Survey for the Establishment of Primary Control Points

GNSS has become a common tool for surveying that is not only “smaller, lighter and faster” but has the ability to perform geodetic control surveying in a fraction of the time as compared to classical terrestrial survey methods with a total station as an example. GNSS has enabled surveyors the ability to establish control for a project from known existing control that may be miles away.

This project is carrying out for the construction of new pipeline which serve multi-product such as gas and petroleum. The pipeline will be constructed on-shore from Melaka to Kedah. Depending on the proposed route selection, the total length of pipeline is approximately 580km.