政府工 – 土地測量師 (地政總署)

政府工 – 土地測量師 (地政總署)


“Land surveyors (Lands Department)” In recent years, Hong Kong has been developing rapidly in terms of infrastructure projects, future planning and land use planning The development is supported by precise surveying techniques and comprehensive geographical information We, Land Surveyors of the Survey and Mapping Office of the Lands Department, are the experts “The Duties of a Land Surveyor” The duties of a Land Surveyor are manifold One of the most important duties is to monitor land boundary surveys and to perform surveying tasks related to land management We sometimes have to carry out land surveying for land valuation, sales and transfers Sometimes we will use the Land Information System of the Survey and Mapping Office to organise and analyse geospatial data to assist colleagues in the Lands Department and other departments to report and provide recommendations on issues related to land use and future planning In response to the needs of society and the general public we established the website ‘Geoinfo Map’ Apart from the map itself the information of public facilities and government departments are also provided This is why our Geoinfo Map is better than other electronic maps out there With the application ‘My map HK’ citizens can use their mobile digital devices to browse the digital map produced by the Survey and Mapping Office anywhere, any time Apart from producing maps the black and white ‘Survey Control Stations’ as seen on mountains are also constructed and managed by us With technological advancement we have established a Hong Kong Satellite Positioning Reference Station Network enabling all public and private engineering projects to carry out precise positioning without the need of using traditional survey control stations We also make use of fixed-wing aircraft provided by the Government Flying Service from time to time to take aerial photographs from high altitudes to produce topographic maps and orthophotographs In some special cases we will also take pictures with drones to facilitate our work in land management and in our research on landscape changes Similar to the other professional grade colleagues in the government we will be seconded to work in other government departments such as the Highways Department and the Civil Engineering and Development Department to perform engineering surveying and hydrographic surveying “The Traits of Land Surveyors” As a Land Surveyor it is important to keep yourself updated by actively learning new things and understanding the development and the opportunities within the field For example, we have introduced new technologies such as the Mobile Mapping System and 3-D Laser Scanning Techniques To succeed, you have to pay attention to details and have good communication skills “Career Path” All Land Surveyors are subject to job rotation every few years to work in surveying projects of different districts, groups and departments If a Land Surveyor performs well He/she can be promoted to Senior Land Surveyor Later, he/she can be promoted to the directorate post of Chief Land Surveyor They may even be promoted to Government Land Surveyor and Principal Government Land Surveyor “The Mission of Land Surveyors” To accommodate the needs in society we will explore new possibilities with professionalism such as developing 3-D maps and spatial data sharing platforms We will make use of cutting edge technologies and surveying techniques to provide the Lands Department, other government departments and the general public with a wide range of high quality land surveying services and make contributions to transforming Hong Kong into a smart city Subtitles produced by:
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Eugene Islam

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