David Hu, VP of Hi-Target, visited National Land Affair Agency, user seminar and universities in Indonesia

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David Hu, vice president of Hi-Target visited 4 universities, National Land Affair Agency and attended the Hi-Target user seminar in Jakarta, Indonesia during his stay there from May 21st to 27th .


On May 23rd, David Hu visited National Land Affair Agency which is a non-departmental government institution under and responsible to President, dealing with the development and implementation of land policies. David, on behalf of Hi-Target, thanked Land Affair Agency’s trust for applying Hi-Target GNSS receivers and total stations in their national land survey projects around the country.  Hi-Target would like to keep working on improving the quality and performance of the products to offer excellent service to all the users who are making our earth a better place to live.


David Hu is visiting National Land Affair Agency


On May 25th, Hi-Target and its partner PT Mysurv held a seminar, in order to gather the users to share their ideas and experience about how they had used surveying instruments to improve their skills and work efficiency. It is a great honor that Hi-Target echo sounder and RTK GPS are widely used in surveying division of Indonesia Navy and local universities.


User seminar


After the seminar, a short brief live demo of surveying instruments was also held for all the users to help them have a better understanding of how to use the instruments.


Live demo of instruments


For the rest of the days, Mr. Hu paid visit to 4 local universities. He shared the current situation of surveying industry both in China and in the world and what Hi-Target had achieved during the past years when facing challenges.

David Hu is delivering a report


In addition, he also invited students there to go outside and have a try of using Hi-Target total stations and RTK receivers (ZTS-320R and V90 Plus). We were happy to find that such kind of industry report and instrument practice could really help local Indonesian students deepen their understanding about surveying in this ever-changing world.