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Energy and infrastructure

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Improve your business with accurate location data

As a utilities company, relying on accurate geographic information (GI) is an integral part of your business. You need access to the latest data so you can identify individual addresses, areas of higher ground and road, gas and water networks across Britain.

With our location data, you can do all of this plus much more. And such detail brings great benefits; particularly when integrated with your own customer and business data. You'll be able to manage risk more effectively, identify change and ultimately provide quality standards and customer service.

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How to use our data in utilities

Combine your business data with our accurate mapping data and you'll see improvements to the way you manage your assets, plan for emergencies and communicate with your customers.

The benefits of location

Benefits of GI to your utility company

Geographic information has a huge impact on these sectors:

gas and electricity | water |
telecommunications | renewable energy |
airports | ports | rail

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Our mapping data in action

Our location data is used widely across the utilities industry to increase efficiency, improve business resilience and provide evidence-based investment strategies.

Browse our case studies

New: Intelligent infrastructure report

'Intelligent infrastructure for a smart society' explores the importance of location, looking at common priorities, operational challenges and examples of strategic collaboration.

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Smart meter rollout report

In exclusive research by Utility Week and OS, energy industry players were asked if they had good enough quality-addressing information to support the smart meter rollout.

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