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Going underground: developing and testing an international standard for subsurface data

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Dr Neil Brammall, NUAR Technical Product Owner, reveals his key learnings from the recent Open Standards code sprint event organised by the OGC and the role the NUAR data model has played in the implementation of key subsurface standards.

Global Britain leading the geospatial way

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In 2021 the government set an aim to secure the UK’s status as a science and technology superpower. The UK’s geospatial community is doing its bit with a successful trip to the UN World Geospatial Information Congress and external recognition as the UK retained its position as second in the world for geospatial capability.

Local Land Charges – delivering the geospatial way

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The Local Land Charges Programme is unlocking the power of location data. Transforming 25 million items of public sector held data on land use restrictions into a machine-readable, standardised and easily accessible format will deliver huge benefits, particularly for digital …

Measuring the value of location data: a step by step guide.

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Public sector investments have previously struggled to understand, assess and articulate the economic, social and environmental value of location data coherently, constraining their ability to unlock funding. Find out how this 7-step framework will help address these challenges.

Construction Playbook: Why the relaunch will improve re-use of ground investigation data

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Construction Playbook refresh to improve the re-use and accessibility of ground investigation data. This refresh now makes it a requirement that ground investigation data collected must be shared as soon as reasonably possible with the British Geological Survey as a condition of the contract.

UN-GGIM: The UK view on a successful 12th Session

members of the UK delegation including Caitlin Ballard and Jamie Clark, Deputy Director, Geospatial Commission

Caitlin Ballard, International Policy Advisor at the Geospatial Commission, summarises the UK delegation’s reflections on the 12th Session of the UN Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management (UN-GGIM) in New York. In early August, after a three-year hiatus …