As you may be aware, the United Kingdom has a new transformation model that is OSTN15.....But why? What does it mean to the geospatial community? Without being too nerdy, tectonic plate movement means that the "model" surface (the geoid) is slowly moving from best fit for the coordinate system. It has been 13yrs since Ordnance … Continue reading Add OSTN15 to QGIS 2.16
From xyHt magazine 30/5/2016 - Original Posted here GeoBusiness 2016 – London Wow! Just wow [ed. Translation to US-English "Wow!!"]. Last week I was at the UK ESRI annual conference with 3000+ people crammed into the tight QEII conference centre, this still didn’t prepare me for GeoBusiness this year. The same venue as last year … Continue reading Geobusiness 2016…THE place to be
Data makes the GIS world happen, good quality data is essential and FREE good quality data is rare. So when Ordnance Survey released their Open Data product it was met with a mixed review. Initially there was some disappointment that there wasn't the full level of detail that one would expect from the Mastermap product, … Continue reading Return of Ordnance Survey’s free OS OpenData Masterclasses
Source: Ordnance Survey Blog 13th Aug 2013 There are so many different types of open data being released that it is becoming increasingly difficult for users to know the best to use in their applications, systems and technology. To address this, the Open Data Institute (ODI) has launched the ODI certificate, which publishers can check … Continue reading Ordnance Survey Open Data Certified!!
I am sure I am not the only one, you have the mother of all projects to get some spatial analysis done on by close of business and you go to merge the data for a spot of spatial join action and......there is no consistency, in fact every single data has a different way of … Continue reading Just where are the standards nowadays? (rant)
Styling maps made easy By Cartographic Design team, 16, July, 2013 8:00 am At Ordnance Survey we are committed to ensuring that our products are as easy to use as possible. There is a growing need for our customers and partners to visually present our vector products in a suitable style, increasingly when it comes … Continue reading Ordnance Survey Blog – Styling maps made easy
Sourced from the Ordnance Survey Blog - Gemma, 8, July, 2013 9:55 am OS Terrain 5 is our new fully maintained analytical height product modelling the shape of Great Britain’s landscape. OS Terrain 5 is a digital terrain model designed to work together with our large-scale products to provide the third dimension to analytical applications, … Continue reading Ordnance Survey release New Height Product – OS Terrain 5 & Update to OS Terrain 50