Our data products – the geographical information that underpins geographical information systems (GIS) – are widely used across public sector organisations and commercial businesses.
Viewing your data by location on a map enables you to see patterns and relationships; GIS software from our partners enables you to process high volumes of business data and execute sophisticated database queries. Modelling different scenarios in this way enables you to take better-informed decisions. Location-based information, then, can help with a range of business challenges.
Geographic data can help you to achieve efficient delivery of everyday services to communities.
Geographic data can be used to help you understand and manage risk.
Geographic data can help you locate high risk areas for flooding and provide information for the public and landowners.
Geographic data can help you to effectively track and manage assets.
Geographic data can assist you to better target customers and provide better customer service.
Location data can assist you with modelling the interconnection and dependencies of risk to the national infrastructure.
Geographic data can help you manage the movement of people, goods and information.
Analysis of location data and sharing of information will enable you to better manage disasters and help with civil contingency planning.