Position Partners has announced the appointment of James Millner to lead the company’s GNSS infrastructure and Continuously Operating Reference Station (CORS) network, AllDayRTK.
Mr Millner has extensive expertise in GNSS infrastructure and was instrumental in the successful role out of Victoria’s CORS network, VicPos, and commercial positioning services. He has experience with survey equipment having worked for Nikon in Japan, along with Intelligent Transport Systems, an industry that, like civil construction, is seeing productivity and cost saving benefits from positioning infrastructure.
“We are delighted to welcome James on-board,” said Martin Nix, Position Partners’ CEO. “His experience with survey technology and Intelligent Transport Systems means he has a solid understanding of the impact of geospatial technologies on a wide range of applications. We are confident of the growing success of our AllDayRTK network with James at the lead.”
With coverage across all states in areas of prime use, AllDayRTK is a nationwide, subscription-based service that provides consistent, accurate network RTK positioning for surveying, civil construction, broadacre farming and mining applications. By eliminating the need to setup and maintain their own base station, a GPS user can complete work more efficiently and productively via flexible subscription options.
Commenting on his appointment, Mr Millner said: “AllDayRTK has an exciting future and I am pleased to be a part of its continuing growth and development. We have extensive expansion plans on existing infrastructure throughout regional and metro areas, enabling us to deliver the most reliable and accurate positioning services to more users in more areas, nationwide.”
Mr Millner will lead the AlDayRTK team from Position Partners’ National office in Campbellfield, Victoria.