Faster access to healthcare assets for NHS London Healthy Urban Development Unit
How location data helps the NHS London Healthy Urban Development Unit (NHS HUDU) make sure everyone has access to the healthcare they need.
Supporting NHS England’s rollout of the vaccine with our Partner, Basemap
Using OS road data and speed data from Basemap, we gave NHS England more accurate journey times from population centres to proposed vaccination sites.
Redesigning mental health services with the NHS and location data
During a 2018 review of community health services, the Trust used OS VectorMap District and 1:250 000 Scale Raster datasets to model the mental and physical health service needs across East Cheshire.
Department for Transport informing electric vehicle infrastructure planning
The Department for Transport use OS AddressBase Plus, in collaboration with other datasets, to plan the future of electric vehicle charging points across the country.
Active Streets tool helps local authorities identify safer spaces for walking and cycling
The Active Streets Assessment Tool enables local authorities to assess their active travel network for safety improvements to walking and cycling routes.
Ordnance Survey modernising Rwanda's mapping operations
Rwanda Natural Resources Authority (RNRA) has a national-level responsibility to provide geospatial information including topographic, thematic and geological maps.
Improving integration between BIM and GIS
A transformation engine for IFC-BIM models into semantically enriched 3D CityGML building models, both exterior and interior.
Geospatial policy safeguarding Abu Dhabi’s environment
Providing a single source of accurate, reliable environmental information for Abu Dhabi’s decision makers.
OS helping HMRC to target financial support
This case study outlines how HMRC has used Ordnance Survey (OS) data to increase the take-up of tax credits so that disabled workers, people on low incomes, or those responsible for children, receive the benefits they deserve.
Supporting innovation with geospatial data
Geovation was set up in 2009 by Ordnance Survey to support new businesses providing solutions to social, economic and environmental challenges using geospatial data, with approaches that hadn’t been explored before.
Improving map generalisation ready for the 2016 Brazilian Olympics
The Brazilian Army used improved map generalisation to prepare for the 2016 Olympics.
Ordnance Survey helping Dubai become the world's smartest city
Ordnance Survey helped develop a strategy to create smart solutions using geospatial information and technologies.
OS supporting Norway's Mapping Authority
Ordnance Survey provided expertise to help Kartverket integrate its land and sea divisions and increase uptake of mapping data.
Supporting digital transport services
OS and GeoPlace have been working on organising spatial data across territories to facilitate the seamless exchange, standardisation and currency of the data is the goal of the Transport Network-Intelligent Transport Systems project (TN-ITS GO).
Assessing geospatial maturity in Dubai: The happiest city on Earth
Ordnance Survey undertook a Geospatial Maturity Assessment to identify the next steps that Dubai Municipality needed to take to support the government’s pursuit of citizen happiness.
Creating a 3D data model for the Kingdom of Bahrain
Ordnance Survey (OS) created the first 3D-enabled national spatial data model for the Kingdom of Bahrain with the Survey and Land Registration Bureau (SLRB) mapping authority.
A future for wildlife - mapped with Ordnance Survey
The National Forest Company is creating a new wooded landscape across 200 square miles in central England using GIS application.
Creating a large-scale base map to underpin a national data model
Ordnance Survey created a topographic base map of Malta which will underpin a new national data model
Helping South Central Ambulance Service respond to COVID-19
South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) responds to emergency situations – including COVID-19.
Presenting complex ONS information
Mapping website makes traffic data more accessible thanks to Ordnance Survey.