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.
Up-to-date maps in minutes
How location data saves both time and money for the National Library of Scotland
Faster insight – accessing local data on a national scale
How location is joining up valuable information across Scotland to provide better analysis
GIS improves Wiltshire flood management
Wiltshire have combined local knowledge with Ordnance Survey mapping to analyse local flood impacts and risks in Dauntsey Parish.
Improving integration between BIM and GIS
A transformation engine for IFC-BIM models into semantically enriched 3D CityGML building models, both exterior and interior.
ESRI UK mapping app protects York from floods
York City Council’s flood team can record, share and visualise information on a hand-held device thanks to Ordnance Survey mapping and ESRI.
Richer data protecting people and the environment from flooding
How location helps mitigate flood risk
DECC predict smart meter network coverage
Using data provided under the Public Sector Mapping Agreement (PSMA), OS supplied a tabular, spatially-derived dataset that allowed Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) to estimate coverage statistics on a national and local scale.
OS helps introduce 20mph speed limit in Edinburgh
Cutting speed limits in urban areas reduces the risk of road deaths. It also improves pedestrian safety and encourages drivers to choose other travel options.
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).
Helping Northumbrian Water create the first underground utilities map
Delivering estimated savings of around £1 million, Northumbrian Water and Ordnance Survey (OS) created the first Underground Infrastructure Hub for the North East.