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3 Benefits of Orbital Forged Survey Markers

Quality Specification – Metal Survey Caps

  • 8 June 2018
  • Author: Kari Campbell
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3 Benefits of Orbital Forged Survey Markers

Orbital forging is one part of the manufacturing process that makes the metal caps from Berntsen International stronger, smoother, and longer-lasting.

Apply for 2016 NSPS Scholarship Sponsored by Berntsen International Inc.

Apply for 2016 NSPS Scholarship Sponsored by Berntsen International Inc.

The 2016 application period for surveyor scholarships is open and we encourage all of the NSPS members to help find great candidates for these NSPS scholarships.      

More than ever, our profession needs skilled individuals with technical backgrounds. The science and math requirements have never been higher and the ability to couple new geospatial technical knowledge with traditional surveying practices has never been more important. Yet, we are also facing a transition where many of our best are retiring from the profession. We need to fill that gap.  

Berntsen Patents Technology Behind the InfraMarker

Berntsen Patents Technology Behind the InfraMarker

Earlier this January, Berntsen International Inc. was granted a patent for its inventive application of RFID and other technologies to the world of underground asset management.

The new patent describes a system capable of sharing and coordinating information in real-time using RFID tags, virtual storage, and wireless linking capabilities to connect users in the field to a centralized database.

With similar systems currently available, InfraMarker presents a few unique differentiators outlined in the patent summary.

Berntsen Launches Newly Improved InfraMarker.com

Berntsen Launches Newly Improved InfraMarker.com

To accompany the release of the newly expanded InfraMarker Solution Suite, we’ve revamped InfraMarker.com to make it even easier to find the information you need from any device.

Click here to explore the new site.

The Crucial First Step in Fixing America’s Aging Underground Utility Infrastructure

The Crucial First Step in Fixing America’s Aging Underground Utility Infrastructure

By 2050, America’s population is projected to have grown by 30%. That’s an additional 100 million people putting stress and strain on an already overworked public infrastructure made up of roads, bridges, tunnels and a myriad of other vital systems.

But while crumbling roadways, cracked bridges and deteriorating railways are just now beginning to grab national attention, the country’s less visible but equally vastunderground asset infrastructure is deteriorating just as quickly as the systems that sit above it.

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