Sur­vey: Ogun es­tab­lishes 400 con­trol points

Daily Trust - - PROPERTY - From Ke­hinde Akinyemi, Abeokuta

About 100 sec­ondary and 300 ter­tiary con­trol points have been es­tab­lished, the Sur­vey Depart­ment in Ogun State Bureau of Lands and Sur­vey, Head of Sur­vey, Surveyor Olatunde Onososen has dis­closed.

Onososen who made this dis­clo­sure at a media chat in Abeokuta, as­serted that the Bureau has wit­nessed tremen­dous changes and de­vel­op­ment since the ad­vent of the Sen­a­tor Ibikunle Amo­sun-led ad­min­is­tra­tion.

He said since the con­trol points are es­sen­tial to daily sur­vey­ing ac­tiv­ity in the state, 100 sec­ondary and 300 ter­tiary con­trol points have been es­tab­lished to make sur­vey job eas­ier and faster.

The Head of Sur­vey added that the state gov­ern­ment has pro­cured sur­vey equip­ment that “are use­ful, made sur­vey the job easy, fast and make data col­lected more ac­cu­rate.

“The three Con­tin­u­ously Op­er­at­ing Ref­er­ence Sta­tions (CORS) in­stalled in Abeokuta, Ijebu-Ode and Ag­bara ar­eas of the state were most ef­fi­cient in data col­lec­tion and de­liv­ery in Nige­ria as far as sur­vey is con­cerned.”

He stated that the Dif­fer­en­tial Ge­o­graphic Po­si­tion­ing Sys­tem (DGPS) used by the depart­ment cap­ture data real time and that in­for­ma­tion cap­tured is ac­cu­rate and pre­cise in XYZ val­ues mak­ing the job easy.

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