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GeoVation Challenge

March 16, 2015

Successfully Building for the Future with Ordnance Survey and Land Registry

March 16, 2015—Last September, Ordnance Survey and Land Registry launched a GeoVation Challenge that asked how can we do housing in Britain better? Forty three ideas were submitted. Of which nine were selected to pitch for funding, and today Ordnance Survey and Land Registry reveal who was successful and the funding they will receive. Geo-vey: Swindon-based Dave Barter

February 27, 2015

Ordnance Survey to Open Hub Dedicated to Innovation

Feb. 26, 2015—In a move that aims to energise innovation in the UK geospatial industry, Ordnance Survey is opening a London-based Geospatial Innovation Hub to attract new players, new visions, new thinking and new markets. In the past five years OS, through its GeoVation Challenges, has awarded almost £650,000 in funding 28 new ventures, and Britain's