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Enrique Indonesia is a professional survey management company. We help our customers choose the right technology in accordance with engineering specifications and manage survey campaigns. We engage in the following wide fields of duties:

  • Geodetic reference frame, in building an accurate network of control points (benchmarks) where each point can be used by a surveyor to determine their own position when beginning a new survey;

  • Cadastral or boundary survey, a survey that establishes boundaries of a parcel using its legal description;

  • Bathymetric survey, a survey conducted with the purpose of mapping the shoreline and bed of a body of water for navigation, engineering, dredging monitoring, sedimentation monitoring, or resource management purposes;

  • (DGPS) real time kinematic survey, ensuring that the measurement network contains well-conditioned geometry;

  • Topographic survey, a survey that measures the elevation of points on a particular piece of land, and presents them as contour lines on a plot;

  • Airborne laser survey (ALS), an airborne survey system based on lidar (Light Detection & Ranging), giving a 3D point cloud representing all footprints (hits) of the scanner;

  • Unmanned Aerial vehicles (UAV) survey, commonly known as survey with drone, giving 3D point cloud and aerial photography of the area surveyed;

  • Construction survey, including deformation, structural, foundation surveys but also stakeout and as-built surveys;

  • Dimensional control survey, commonly used in the oil and gas industry to control dimensions of steel fabrication;

  • Mapping survey, usually using field check and geo-referenced photographs for map completion.

  • Sea levels survey, consisting of tide measurement and harmonic analysis to define sea levels (Mean Sean Level, Highest and Lowest Astronomical Tide levels).

  • Wave and current surveys, based on acoustic Doppler current profiler (ADCP)


Enrique Indonesia’s team offers their 20-year international experience in cartographic publishing to map our customers' project site and environment. We engage in all steps of map production:

  • Data collection, with mapping authorities and distributors, to take advantage of existing data;

  • Photogrammetry, the science of making measurements from photographs;

  • Map data production, using several kind of Geographic information systems (GIS);

  • Cartographic exploitation, the data transformation allowing to show only useful data and obtain the best view;

  • Toponymy management, in any Southeast Asian language, using our own dedicated geodatabase;

  • Publication, the final step consisting of pre-printing and printing preparation.

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