Collaborative research and networking by geographers established and supported community action against climate change across the UK.
GIS and survey methods for population and infrastructure data are supporting international development efforts and geospatial capacity in a number of countries.
Innovative techniques to visualise geographical and historical information aided commemoration of contested and underappreciated WW1 histories.
Satellite-based remote sensing technology helps to identify the scale of wildfires and their impact around the world.
Local government organisations in Scotland are using the Spatial Information Service's Spatial Hub to share and unlock the potential of local government data.
Using GIS to forecast the effect of cold weather on roads has improved safety and reduced cost for councils.
Conwy Borough Council is using Unique Street Reference Numbers (USRN) to keep its asset management system up to date and help public services run more efficiently.
Internet service provider Quickline worked with emapsite, a location services platform, to connect business and communities to super-fast broadband.
Scotland’s Spatial Information Service is working with the private, public, professional and educational sectors to inspire young people to embrace opportunities in geospatial information.
Improving understanding of UK internal migration informs policy responses to local demographic change.
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