Helping your business
Put your business at the forefront of your industry. How? By knowing exactly where your customers and business assets are located.
Our data can give you everything you need to make your business more efficient: the location of every road, water network, mast, residential and commercial address and the type of terrain, plus much more.
Use it to identify areas of risk, plan better and improve service to your customers.
Markets we work with
Knowing exactly where your masts are leads to better network coverage, and happy customers.Pinpoint your masts
Get the insight you need to keep up with ever-changing demands and customer behaviours.Meet service demands
Land & property
Improve your customers' operations, whether it's selecting a suitable site, managing assets or planning logistics.Identify land terrain, building heights and points of interest
Whether you work in insurance or the banking sector, location can help you reduce time, money and risk.Accurate address data is key – right down to individual flats
Stay ahead of your competition; find the best location for opening a new store and learn about your competitor's plans.Analyse points of interest, road networks and addresses
Our data helps to deliver better, more affordable services for public sector organisations.Delivering improved services
Our location data in action
Here are just some case studies showing how our location data is used. View all case studies.
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“At RSA we use Ordnance Survey data to make informed decisions on how and where to deploy resources during major flood events.”Rob Osment,
Global GeoRisk Director, RSA
“AddressBase and the UPRN has enabled National Grid to share information more efficiently across the industry providing a single version of the truth.”Chris Train, Group Director,
Safety, Sustainability & Resilience, National Grid
“The team I deal with at OS are extremely helpful and often go the extra mile to meet your needs.”Mark Wood,
Head of Statistics & Modelling, Legal & General