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Trenchless Australasia speaks with industry expert and Sydney Water Principal Civil Engineer Sudipta Basu about the role of Trenchless Technology in Sydney, his predictions for the future of the technology, and his involvement at the ASTT conference. The task of locating specific pipe and cables in large underground networks is becoming increasingly complex, making the operator’s job more difficult and more time consuming. It is vital to check for underground hazards before undertaking any digging activity, otherwise there is the threat of death or injury from live cable strikes, and local disruption if utility or telecommunications services are cut. Need assistance locating existing infrastructure on your next no-dig project? PelicanCorp provides software and services that protect essential infrastructure, assisting the work of utilities, asset owners and the project pre-investigation industry. As the business of keeping clear of underground services becomes more crowded, the onus comes on project operators to make sure their tools are performing to the highest standard. This article provides guidance to operators when purchasing equipment, explaining terminology and equipment limitations. Anthony Johnstone from the National Utility Locating Contractors Association Australia and Access Detection speaks about the importance of transmitters and how to select one that best suits your locating needs. Fri, 22 February 2013 The social events and touring opportunities have been confirmed for the Sydney-based International No-Dig Down Under 2013, and include exhibition opening cocktails, a tour on the beautiful Sydney Harbour and the prestigious ISTT and ASTT Awards Night and Gala dinner at an iconic Sydney location. Wed, 23 January 2013 Trenchless Australasia introduces you to the event partners and sponsors already locked in for the 31st ISTT No-Dig Conference and Exhibition, to be located in Sydney from 1-4 September 2013. Tue, 8 January 2013 NBN Co has signed contracts with two companies for services connecting flats and units to the NBN. In 2013 the Australasian Society will welcome the International Society for Trenchless Technology to Sydney for the Trenchless Technology event of the year – International No-Dig Down Under 2013. In Melbourne from 22–24 October 2012, over 900 participants attended one of the largest trenchless exhibitions ever hosted in the Southern Hemisphere. Live demonstrations were the centrepiece of the conference program, with exhibitors displaying innovative and proven trenchless technologies. Tue, 27 November 2012 As a Trenchless Australasia e-newsletter reader, we recommend that you join 4,000 of your peers in becoming a subscriber to the quarterly magazine. Mon, 5 November 2012 ISTT Chairman Sam Ariaratnam has recently featured on Australia's ABC Radio Station, speaking in a segment focussed on construction in underground space. Mon, 5 November 2012 Over 900 participants attended one of the largest trenchless exhibitions ever hosted in the Southern Hemisphere, held in Melbourne from 22-24 October 2012. Live demonstrations were the centrepiece of the conference program with exhibitors displaying the latest Trenchless Technology. Tue, 23 October 2012 The largest live trenchless event in the Southern Hemisphere has commenced in style - last night ASTT Chairman Trevor Gosatti welcomed delegates, exhibitors, speakers and partners to the event at the ASTT's Opening Cocktail Party, sponsored by HOBAS. Mon, 22 October 2012 The ASTT’s annual event of 2012 will officially open tonight at the 5 pm Oktoberfest-themed Opening Exhibition and Cocktails party. Fri, 31 August 2012 Engaging with the trenchless industry through a magazine subscription will help you with your career development. Plus, if you subscribe today, you’ll receive a thank-you gift; an e-guide on how to get involved with the NBN roll-out. Tue, 14 August 2012 The early bird registration deadline for Trenchless Live 2012 is fast approaching, and there's only three weeks left to take advantage of this special offer. Tue, 14 August 2012 Tough business conditions in the Australian construction and infrastructure industries results in handfuls of businesses closing down each week. Mon, 30 July 2012 The Call for Papers for the 31st ISTT No-Dig – No Dig Down Under 2013 – is now open, with the program committee comprising ISTT and ASTT representatives. The process of identifying underground assets is critical to the fast and safe delivery of a project. Here, Matt Keppich considers the potential best practice for this process and the development of an Australia-New Zealand Standard for subsurface utility engineering. Developments in Ground Penetrating Radar and pipe and cable locators are giving customers a wealth of options for locating services. Here, Anthony Johnstone from Access Detection takes us through the possibilities. Fri, 29 July 2011 Early bird discounts close soon for No-Dig Down Under 2011, Australasia’s premier trenchless industry event, to be held in Brisbane from 3-6 October.