John Kimmance appointed as new MD of Ordnance Survey National Mapping Services
Ordnance Survey has appointed John Kimmance as Managing Director of the National Mapping Services business unit.
Ordnance Survey transforms the way customers access, share and innovate with world-leading geospatial data
Ordnance Survey (OS) has launched a new geospatial data platform to transform the way people access and innovate with location data.
Ordnance Survey introduces new freedoms to share geospatial data under open terms
HM Land Registry (HMLR) and Registers of Scotland (RoS) are set to share their coveted INSPIRE spatial polygon datasets under new, less restricted terms from 1 July 2020.
Lockdown leads the nation to explore their local area
There has been an increase in demand for OS Custom Made maps as people of Great Britain explore locally during lockdown.
The go-to guide on how to GetOutside safely as lockdown lifts – what to do, and where to do it across the UK
As government restrictions ease around COVID-19, it can be confusing to know what you can and can't do outdoors and where you can now go safely in the UK.
OS enhances Greenspace map layer with greater detail to help the nation GetOutside
The popular greenspace layer in OS Maps has been updated to include over 60,000 features to help people GetOutside.
Join geospatial experts online as they set out how countries can maximise their data and analysing capabilities
The UN Statistics Division and Ordnance Survey invite you to join a series of three online high-level forum events.
Ordnance Survey to create the Ordnance Survey of Dubai
Ordnance Survey has entered a contract to work with the Dubai Government in developing its geospatial capabilities.
Scotland joins the Public Sector Geospatial Agreement
The first collective geospatial agreement for Great Britain allowing the public sector from England, Wales and Scotland to access Ordnance Survey (OS) geospatial data and expertise has been achieved.
The nation's top destinations to visit when lockdown ends revealed
People of Great Britain have been busy planning outdoor adventures for when lockdown is lifted and has been discovering local greenspaces and trails for their hourly exercise.
Munir Ismet appointed as new MD at Ordnance Survey
Ordnance Survey has appointed a new MD to drive its commercial strategy in both the UK and international markets.
Ordnance Survey employees raise over £27,000 for Southampton Children's Hospital Charity
Great Britain’s mapping agency held more than 90 fundraising events to raise vital funds for the local charity's emergency and trauma unit appeal.
Geovation welcomes new GeoTech and PropTech start-ups
Six start-ups using location, land and property data in their products and services have been accepted onto the Geovation Accelerator Programme.
Stay inside with the outdoor experts
The outdoor industry and a group of experts and celebrities have joined forces to deliver an online package that supports physical and mental wellbeing during this period of lockdown.
Ordnance Survey collaborates with EDINA in making Digimap for Schools free to all for remainder of school year
Geography pupils’ education during the coronavirus crisis has been given a huge boost.
Government investment set to deliver new era in geospatial data and services for Great Britain
A new Public Sector Geospatial Agreement (PSGA) is set to benefit the public sector, businesses, developers and academia.
We’re working to support our customers as they respond to Covid-19.
New OS road maps reflect 9.2% growth of road areas in Great Britain
Ordnance Survey (OS) has published eight road maps to keep pace with the growth of roads in Great Britain.
Capturing the changing face of Great Britain
The National Geographic Database of Great Britain, maintained by Ordnance Survey (OS), is one of the largest of its kind in the world and during the past decade, it has grown to contain more than 500 million unique geographic features. Since January 2010, OS has made 360 million updates to the database. Arguably, no one knows Great Britain better than OS.
Ordnance Survey asks Southampton charities to apply to be its next corporate partner for 2020-2022
This year, Ordnance Survey (OS) is selecting its corporate charity slightly differently. As well as asking employees to nominate local charities, it is inviting charities to apply themselves.