Ordnance Survey

Ordnance Survey

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Ordnance Survey (OS) is Great Britain’s national mapping agency. It carries out the official surveying of GB, providing the most accurate and up-to-date geographic data, relied on by government, business and individuals.

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Ordnance Survey @OrdnanceSurvey

Martin Hotine was the person responsible for the design, planning and implementation of the re-triangulation of GB.

Find out more on our blog👉 https://t.co/7zOOLtBY7f #WednesdayWisdom

Tomorrow at AGI's #GeoCom19, the #geospatial industry will come together to discuss global challenges and the role the industry can play.
With its focus on social enterprise, we explore the history of @Geovation: https://t.co/a5aCmxTWYg #everythinghappenssomewhere

Through the @placesofpoetry project, some cities and towns, such as #Portsmouth and #Stoke-on-Trent, have emerged as hives of poetic activity.

Read our blog to find out more: https://t.co/GjGMJjqLKg

In partnership with @RegistersOfScot, we're delighted to welcome the first group of companies participating in the #Geovation Scotland Accelerator Programme.
Read more: https://t.co/JYL3s0tdQf

4 weeks until Transforming the Geospatial Landscape conference on 21 Nov.

We're pleased to announce our final speaker, Dr Owen Jackson, Dep Director for @GeospatialC & Cabinet Office Head of Science & Engineering Profession.

Sign up: https://t.co/geuA7gcQ8Q?

#TransformingGeo

Ahead of AGI's #GeoCom2019 tomorrow which will focus on applying #geospatial to global challenges, we look back at the origins of @Geovation: https://t.co/Ms10MvysMu #everythinghappenssomewhere

All or muffin for @BritishBakeOff Semi Final #GBBO

How we can make our urban environment liveable with pollution monitoring - @Lainey_Trimble from @Siemens shares her views https://t.co/QPYmxOECXg

#everythinghappenssomewhere #airquality

A #chronometer is an instrument for keeping highly accurate time and was especially used in navigation to figure out a distance between two locations. Learn more here: https://t.co/oUowT9QCBb #TuesdayThoughts

Applying #geospatial to global challenges, the UK's commitment to hitting net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 is the inspiration for #GeoCom2019 on Thursday.

Book your place now: https://t.co/Kk1iN9MyyB
@GeoCommunity

In partnership with @RegistersOfScot, we’re excited to announce our first Scottish #startups to our Accelerator Programme🙌
Read more via @OrdnanceSurvey: https://t.co/q8S7cdwCZg

Latest OS #OpenData available: October release of OS Open Names and OS Open Roads https://t.co/uGwZxViNqt