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13 Apr 2022
How connecting land with sea data helped map Pembrokeshire’s sunken shipwrecks
Combining OS and UKHO data created a fascinating coastal map.
8 Apr 2022
Volunteering with RNLI
Lee Harvey, Surveyor for Ordnance Survey, shares his experience volunteering for the RNLI.
7 Mar 2022
“Give it a go. If you don’t try, you’ll never know.”
In honour of International Women’s Day, Donna Lyndsay, OS Innovation Lead, shares some of her pearls of wisdom.
25 Feb 2022
Code sprints: essential to the development of open standards and software
OGC are hosting a collaborative Code Sprint, to encourage developers to tackle issues in the development of open standards and software.
23 Feb 2022
The sky’s the limit
OS explains how increased investment and capability in UAS technology has resulted in better value for our customers
11 Feb 2022
International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2022
Q&A with Jo Shannon, Director of Technology and Design, to celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science
26 Jan 2022
New year, new product formats
os data hub
We provide an update on more of our current products such as GeoPackage, Vector Tiles, and GeoTIFF.
18 Jan 2022
Our favourite maps around the world in 2021
OS picks out its favourite mapping and cartography examples from around the world in 2021.
17 Jan 2022
Five outdoor tips to banish those Blue Monday blues
GetOutside ambassador Professor Greg Whyte has these five getting outside tips to keep spirits up at this time of year.
21 Dec 2021
Human Centred Design
OS Rapid Prototyping Team share how Human Centred Design (HCD) has improved their methodology and development.
20 Dec 2021
New leadership opportunities at Ordnance Survey
OS is building a dynamic new team to lead its National Mapping Services (NMS). MD, John gives an overview of the new leadership roles.
16 Dec 2021
70 Years of the Peak District National Park
cartographic design principles
A series of special 3D postcards have been created to celebrate 70 years of the Peak District National Park.
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