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Ordnance Survey

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

February 25, 2015

£3 Million Mapping Project to Transform Road Improvements and Maintenance

Feb.25, 2015 — Department for Transport project with Ordnance Survey (OS) will deliver the next generation road mapping for England and Wales. Transport Minister Robert Goodwill has today announced the Department for Transport will contribute £3 million to help create a digital road map that will give the most detailed information yet to councils and emergency

February 23, 2015

Britain Leads the Way as Ordnance Survey Helps to Drive Economic Growth and Digital Innovation Through Open Data

Feb.23, 2015—To coincide with International Open Data Day, when countries across the globe will show their support for open data policies, Ordnance Survey (OS) announce plans to launch a world-leading digital map as open data and the creation of an engagement hub in London. This consolidates the UK’s reputation as the most advanced country in the

February 12, 2015

The Paper Map Revolution

Feb. 12, 2015—In the past ten years Ordnance Survey paper map sales have fallen, in line with the rest of the publishing industry. Yet in 2014, Britain's mapping agency reversed this trend with sales in 2014 up by 3%, with figures for the financial year (2014-15) showing an even more impressive 7% increase. OS makes over

January 28, 2015

Ordnance Survey Finds a Way Around GPS Road Block

Ordnance Survey is teaming up with the Satellite Applications Catapult, an independent technology and innovation company, on the GEMNet project to understand the nature and extent of interference on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS). The interference comes from a variety of sources including accidental emissions from radio and electronic equipment, as well as deliberate jamming by

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