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The role of geospatial in achieving national sustainability goals

Sharing new data and achieving interoperability hold exciting possibilities to support businesses and government to deliver ever more pressing sustainability goals

Korea’s geospatial strategy for safe and sustainable land management

Developing a constant monitoring system helps discover and sometimes prevent disasters and reduce possible damages by enabling a prompt response.

Why are secure data exchange platforms so important to utility companies?

A single portal to access all underground asset location information is a game-changer for energy and utilities. To address potential security concerns associated with centralising infrastructure data, and to secure buy-in from our delivery partners, we built a system that was both authoritative and robust.

How automation and cloud computing are revolutionising geospatial change detection

Automation is allowing Ordnance Survey to capture changes in landscape features faster and cheaper than before.

Geospatial insights provide context and clarity for climate action

With 2020 widely recognised as a critical year for addressing climate change, understanding the role of geospatial insights has never been more important.

Automated mapping of utility assets can save you time and money

Ordnance Survey has captured data about 1.5 million road-side features, using distributed data capture techniques powered by vehicle-mounted cameras and other sensors.

Using digital twins to drive value from physical assets

Having a complete view of physical assets, by using secure data exchange platforms, offers efficiencies and cost-savings.

Building a better world with sustainable urban development

Geospatial information and technology helps government organisations become smarter, collaborate better, reduce costs and improve services.

Current trends in the geospatial data market

Market research suggests the supply-side UK geospatial data market was worth £2.1 billion at the end of 2019.