Faster insight – accessing local data on a national scale
How location is joining up valuable information across Scotland to provide better analysis
Digital mapping helps Ash Parish to manage assets
Ash Parish Council signed up for the Public Sector Mapping agreement to access geographic data to help oversee all their assets.
OS data helps keep hospital open in Somerset
Ordnance Survey data provided critical evidence leading to Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group keeping stroke services at two hospitals.
Running a safe and secure major national event – with geospatial information
Ordnance Survey (OS) provided geospatial information and intelligence to meet the needs of the 2012 Olympics.
Presenting complex ONS information
Mapping website makes traffic data more accessible thanks to Ordnance Survey.
OS pioneers smarter CCTV for Salford
This case study looks at how support and data from OS helped to reduce crime, support local authorities and create much safer, more connected, smart cities in the City of Salford in Greater Manchester.
Managing Chesham cemetery with Ordnance Survey partner solutions
Using Ordnance Survey’s large-scale mapping, Chesham Town Council can effectively manage their cemetery bringing £12,000 in income.
Using GIS to plan for housing growth
Ordnance Survey (OS) mapping enabled a local council to build an accurate picture of sites, which could be redeveloped for housing.
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.
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.