Kieran Murphy has been appointed as the new Non-Executive Chair of Ordnance Survey (OS) by the Business Secretary Sajid Javid.
Ordnance Survey is to supply mapping, geographic data and insights to UK Power Networks and Northumbrian Water in a contract worth £4 million.
The latest calculations from Great Britain’s mapping agency, Ordnance Survey, reveal that Ben Nevis is taller than originally thought. Britain’s highest point will now officially appear on all new OS digital and paper maps as 1,345m and not 1,344m.
Accessing digital maps has never been easier thanks to the Public Sector Mapping Agreement (PSMA) – a centrally funded licensing agreement between Government and Ordnance Survey.
The Digimap for Schools service has reached a new milestone with 1,000 secondary schools now signed up.
Ordnance Survey has begun an exciting new project that sees 15 people take on the challenge of making us a more outdoorsy and adventurous nation.
Outdoors enthusiasts can build impressive collections of Ordnance Survey maps, but it often means they’re not using the most up-to-date maps to get outside and explore Britain. Up until 20 March, OS is offering avid explorers the chance to return their old maps and receive money off new map purchases in return.
Ordnance Survey (OS) and Dennis Maps have signed an agreement for Britain’s mapping agency to acquire a 25% shareholding in the printing business.
An Ordnance Survey software pilot has helped save lives, so say the Community First Responders (CFRs ) who used it.
Ordnance Survey is part of a public – private consortium that is celebrating winning a £10m competition for Manchester to be the UK’s Internet of Things (IoT) Demonstrator, awarded by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.