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The Metropolitan Police is the UK’s largest police force. It polices 620 square miles and serves more than eight million people across one of the world’s most dynamic and diverse cities.
Part of its mission is to seize the opportunities of data and digital technology. To help a...
The British Army is using Ordnance Survey mapping data to create training scenarios, and provide soldiers with accurate and realistic experiences.
The first duty of the government is to keep citizens safe and the country secure.
Working with 29 separate agencies and public bodies including the Police Advisory Board for England and Wales, the Security Service, the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, Gangmasters and Labour Abuse A...
Following the tragic Grenfell Tower disaster, the Government led a programme of work delivered by Fire and Rescue Services across the country; to make high-rise residential buildings safer, and provide a better understanding of high-rise residential buildings.
London Ambulance use AddressBase Premium data to locate addresses when responding to 999 calls. When an address is provided to the call handler, they can verify the address using AddressBase Premium, which also provides the grid reference. The grid reference and the address enable the a...
Balkerne has built a real-time risk intelligence platform to predict, prevent, and detect damage to property. Their digital platform, SmartResilience, integrates data using 35 different sources including location data from the OS Data Hub.
The Brazilian Army used improved map generalisation to prepare for the 2016 Olympics.
For over 100 years, the Brazilian Army Geographic Service (DSG) has produced topographic maps of its entire national territory.
The need to adapt this map production system to incorporate small and...