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Our new Product, Proposition and Innovation team brings together data science and analytics, research, innovation, Geovation, National Mapping Services, Geospatial Solutions and Leisure.

By drawing on both our heritage and energy for the future, we can create products and services that improve our world and solve complex customer challenges.

Today's video to start off your day is from Chris Cottrell, Director of Propositions and Innovation, Lisa Allen, Head of Data and Analytical Services and Carly Morris, Head of Geovation. The team talk about co-creation of products and services that meet the needs of not just the end user, but the Partners who serve them too.

Product, Proposition and Innovation resources

Protecting Hampshire's environment storymap

Location data is used at the heart of a planning tool called iShare, a platform developed by Astun Technology that allows East Hampshire Council to quickly assess the risk a new housing development may have on Hampshire's waterways.

Addressing Portfolio storymap

Through collaborative working between Ordnance Survey, GeoPlace, Improvement Service and the Local Government Association a single definitive spatial address database for Great Britain has been created and maintained since September 2011 for England and Wales, and April 2012 for Scotland.

OS Product Portfolio Review

Hear from OS' Product Management team on the latest news.

How a bird's eye view to machine learning can change British location data forever

Aerial imagery has been an essential tool for keeping the national mapping database of Great Britain up-to-date for years.

Automated mapping of utility assets can save you time and money

In order to improve asset management, Ordnance Survey has been working closely with industry partners to develop bespoke solutions for the capture of roadside furniture, infrastructure and utility assets

Innovation lies at the heart of Geovation

We work with startups who are creating products and services of the future; we look at how existing products and services can be used in new ways to solve local, national, and global challenges; and we facilitate conversations that spark ideas, collaborations and new ways of doing things.

Data principles

Ordnance Survey is the national mapping agency for Great Britain, and we hold some of the country’s most valued geospatial data. Our data is woven into the very fabric of everyday life, right across Britain.

Watch the recording – User Engagement opportunities

Our webinar look at how our Proposition, Product and Innovation team are building a user engagement programme to support the development of future data and services that meet a range of use cases. Hear how this programme is already making a difference and how you can get involved too.

Customer moment: Landmark Information Group’s work with Arts Council England

Thanks to everyone who joined us earlier in the week, if you missed any of the elements, you can find our resources on the OS Partner week page.