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WELCOME

Welcome to my survey metrology travel adventures blog that I named Theo!

I'm thrilled to share my experiences as a survey metrologist engineer, working on nuclear power plant maintenance projects in France and South Africa, with all of you. Through this blog, I hope to provide insights and knowledge about survey metrology, nuclear power, and the work that I'm passionate about.

My goal for this blog is to inspire students, workers, and anyone interested in the field of survey metrology. Whether you're new to the industry or a seasoned professional, I hope that you'll find value in the stories and insights that I'll be sharing here.

I believe that survey metrology is a vital field that plays a critical role in ensuring the safety and reliability of nuclear power plants, and I'm excited to share my experiences and insights with all of you. So, come along with me on this journey, as we explore the world of survey metrology together!

Thank you for visiting my blog, and I look forward to connecting with all of you.

Best regards,

Cédric

Hello

My name is Cédric Wafo

I am a survey metrology engineer with a passion for precise measurements. With a deep interest in topometry, precise levelling, GNSS, reference system, orbitography, 3D modelling, and other related fields, I made my life's work to master the art of precise measurement.

Having worked on numerous survey metrology projects in different parts of the world, I have gained a wealth of experience and expertise in his field. My dedication to this work and my commitment to ensure the highest level of accuracy and precision in every project my undertaking have earned me a reputation as one of the best survey metrology engineers learner in the industry :).

I am a firm believer in the power of technology to drive innovation and progress in the field of survey metrology. I keep myself up-to-date with the latest trends and advancements in the industry, and I'm always looking for new and innovative ways to apply these technologies to my work.

In my spare time, I enjoy photography, travel, and exploring new cultures. I am also passionate about sharing my knowledge and experience with others, and hopes to inspire the next generation of survey metrology engineers through my work and my blog.

Photo de Cédric Tabue Wafo, rédacteur du Blog Theo sur ses avantures en tant que géomètre, dans les centrales nucléaires en France ou à l'étranger.
Centrale nucléaire de Civaux, France
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