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What is 360 VCM

360 VCM is a powerful visual content management tool that is built around visualisation.

360 VCM is a Windows-based system that enables every facet of a site, plant or building to be digitally recorded and integrated with multiple types of key digital data.

Full spherical images build the foundation of the visual concept by providing exceptional unlimited 360° x 180° views in High Dynamic Range (HDR).

Maps and floor plans are integrated into the system to build virtual walkthroughs.

360 VCM then offers the ability to effortlessly link maps, diagrams, photos, audio, video, notes and documents in a clear and easy to follow display.

The system even has full measurement capabilities which allow for rapid assessment of specific features and spaces within a spherical image.

What is the benefit of 360 VCM

The key benefit of 360 VCM is the ability to eliminate the costs of continuous on site visits.

Get full visibility into whatever infrastructure you own, lease, operate or run.

360 VCM can bring any location right to your desktop with a full realistic view and all the information you need to interpret and analyse a remote location.

A visual centralised database can then be established which allows you to visualise and plan all activities from the office so that when you do visit your asset you are well informed and better prepared.
Manage and communicate information using an intuitive software system which can then be utilised by multiple departments within your organisation, your stakeholders or partners.

The system can be used as a standalone application or through a secure web based server, meaning your data can be accessed at any time from any location in the world.

Key Points

  • Go virtually back on site from any remote location
  • Eliminate the cost of continuous on site visits
  • Organise unstructured information in a clear and organised display
  • Access data any time from any location
  • Maximise efficiency through proper planning and effective project management
  • Share information with colleagues, stakeholders and partners
  • Utilise full measurement capabilities
  • Interpret, analyse and report on sites, plant or buildings
  • Operate through a secure web based server

Uses

  • Provide remote access to a location - view any aspect of a site, plant or building from a desk
  • Monitor during pre & post refurbishment - view & compare details, capture a critical moment in time
  • Site maintenance - identify critical areas for defects such as corrosion, cracking and dampness
  • Occupational Health and Safety - train staff, demonstrate best practices, discuss and highlight risks
  • Site familiarisation/Remote training - Save costs and time by training staff before they access a site
  • Emergency response - Have up to date information and ensure everyone is aware and capable in a crisis situation
  • Access difficult areas - provide clear vision of hard to reach, dark or dangerous areas
  • Manage large amounts of information - Create a centralised database system for any site, plant or building; ensure documentation is readily available when needed

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Webster Survey Group is an Equal Opportunities Employer and welcomes CV's from keen and enthusiastic professionals that are interested in joining our company.

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Webster Survey Group
P.O Box 291
Eltham VIC 3095
Attn: Recruitment Officer

The following definitions may be encountered when dealing with a surveyor or pursuing a development. These words may be new to you or simply provide a good refresher.

Australian Height Datum (AHD)

A reference datum to which all vertical measurements in Australia can be related to. Having a knowledge of AHD can enable you to determine if your property or a property you have an interest in may be subject to inundation.

Covenant

An agreement between two parties that restricts the use or development of land owned by one of those parties.

Easement

An defined portion of land on a title that is reserved for a specific purpose. Easements may benefit Councils, service authorities or adjoining land owners. Examples of easements are drainage, sewerage and water supply.

Planning Permit

A legal document that gives permission for a use or development on a particular parcel of land.

Public Open Space requirement on a Plan of Subdivision

Land must be set aside on a Plan of Subdivision for public open space purposes or a contribution made to Council to help fund and enhance existing open space areas. This requirement is applicable to a subdivision of three or more lots.

Spatial Information

Information associated with position on the surface of the earth. eg position of roads, property boundaries and watercourses

Statement of Compliance

An endorsement by Council that all requirements under the Planning and Environmental Act and Subdivision Act have been satisfied and is required before the subdivision process can be concluded.

Subdivision of Land

This division of land or building into two or more separate legal entities.

S173 Agreement

A legal contract made between Council and another party (such as a developer) under Section 173 of the Planning and Environment Act (1987) that provides for the continuous restriction or on-going requirements on the use or development of a parcel of land. The agreement is registered on title.

Title boundary re-establishment survey

A title re-establishment survey defines the legal property boundaries of a parcel of land and can only be undertaken by a Licensed Surveyor

About Webster survey Group

Webster Survey Group (formerly Neil A. Webster & Associates) is a family owned and operated business that has been proudly serving the public and private sectors since 1979.

Neil Webster started the business over 35 years ago, moving to Eltham in 1980. Since that time the business has expanded and continues to grow.

Neil’s son Evan Webster joined the business full time in 2011 ensuring that the family ethos will be maintained.

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Cape Webster's Theodolite - circa 1870, made in London


Webster Survey Group has a proven track record which is evident by the high rate of repeat clients that include Architects, Engineers, Builders, Developers, Solicitors, Real Estate Agents, Municipal Councils, Service Providers, Private Land Owners and many more.


Land Surveying is the foundation of Webster Survey Group and its primary focus today.
Webster Survey Group will contribute to any project, whether large or small and provide the most suitable practices in order to satisfy a client’s requirements.

Webster Survey Group is based in Eltham, Victoria. The company operates across all of metropolitan Melbourne and rural Victoria. Webster Survey Group provides services on many types of urban and rural sites. These sites include roadways, construction sites, municipal reserves, railway lines, airports and within private property.

Complete Project Management

In addition to subdivision management Webster Survey Group can provide a complete project management solution for land subdivisions.

Following the issue of a planning permit we can manage the entire subdivision process until its conclusion when new titles are obtained.

Webster Survey Group has the experience and knowledge needed to address all aspects of a development and has successfully managed subdivisions for clients that have ranged from small infill sites to large staged subdivisions.

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Town Planning

Webster Survey Group provides a wide range of town planning services to assist with subdivision applications.

This service includes:

  • Preparing town planning reports
  • Preparing clause 56 Rescode assessment
  • Site Analysis surveys
  • Drafting developments plans
  • Obtaining specialised consultant reports as required
  • Submitting planning permit applications to Council
  • VCAT and panel hearing representation

Urban Design

We also have extensive experience in urban design and can produce high quality and effective designs which satisfy council design guidelines and achieve a maximum lot yield.

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Land Surveying

Land Surveying is the foundation of Webster Survey Group and its primary focus today.

Webster Survey Group is involved in surveying many types of urban and rural sites including roadways, construction sites, municipal reserves, railway lines, airports and within private property. Information is gathered using the latest high precision surveying instrumentation and data is presented in a required digital format.

Land Surveying

land-surveying

Land Surveying is the foundation of Webster Survey Group and its primary focus today.

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Town Planning

town-planning

Webster Survey Group provides a wide range of town planning services to assist with subdivision applications.

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Urban Design

urban-design

We provide high quality & effective designs which satisfy council design guidelines & achieve a maximum lot yield.

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Project Management

project-management

In addition to subdivision management we can provide a complete project management solution for land subdivisions.

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Measured Building Surveys

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Internal building surveys to assist with refurbishment or renovation. All structural elements are accurately measured and plans can also be 3D with the inclusion of floor levels, ceiling levels and window head and sill heights.

360 VCM

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A powerful visual content management system that is built around visualisation, enabling every facet of a site or building to be digitally recorded and integrated with multiple types of key digital data.

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Past Projects

Central Avenue Mooroolbark

Formerly Mooroolbark Primary School, the site was transformed into a 79 lot medium density subdivision in the heart of the Mooroolbark township.

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Korumburra-Leongatha-Koonwarra Pipeline

A full feature survey from Korumburra to Koonwarra in South Gippsland using GPS technology. The survey was completed for South Gippsland Water to assist with the design of a new ocean outfall pipeline.

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Melbourne Central

Melbourne Central Shopping Centre was constructed between 1986 and 1991.

At the time of construction it was the 2nd tallest building in Melbourne behind the Rialto.

Webster Survey Group provided vertical control from the basement all the way up to the 54th floor.


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Accreditations

Webster Survey Group are accredited members of the following:

  • Institute of Surveyors
  • Consulting Surveyors
  • Victorian Planning + Environmental Law Association
  • Surveying Task Force

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Contact Us

WEBSTER SURVEY GROUP

662 Main Road
Eltham Vic 3095

P (03) 9439 4222
F (03) 9439 5288
E info@webstergroup.com.au

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