We’ll be exhibiting at four Ordnance Survey (OS) PSGA member events this Spring. Each event comprises an exhibition, conference and workshops.
Your invite from OS:
PSGA members are invited to join Ordnance Survey experts at their in-person events this Spring to hear about the future of the location data and services available to public sector organisations. The new OS National Geographic Database (OS NGD) and the new access tools are designed to make it easier for you to discover, source and use the data you need.
Your invite from us:
Please stop by our stand if you’re interested in:
- How we can help you save time and money by pre-styling your PSGA data
- How you can use PSGA data in iShare, our open-source end-to-end GIS
- Optimising your call for sites process
- How we worked in partnership with OS to create the OS NGD catalogue
- Simply saying hello!
We begin our UK tour at Cardiff City Stadium on the 21st of March.
We’ll be at Dynamic Earth, in the centre of Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site, on the 23rd of March.
Join us at 15Hatfields on the South Bank on the 18th of April.
Our final event is at Park Plaza in City Square on the 26th of April.
How to register:
View the full event programme and sign up here.
About the PSGA:
The Public Sector Geospatial Agreement (PSGA) sets out how Ordnance Survey provides world-leading location data and expertise to the public sector across Britain. It supports the delivery of critical infrastructure and services, as well as working to help protect our environment.
Using PSGA data:
Managing Ordnance Survey base map data and imagery requires specialist software and can be time-consuming. Astun Data Services offers a simple low-cost alternative for PSGA members to access national cover (or a licenced subset) of MasterMap and other data sets.
You can use our pre-styled OS data in iShare, our popular end-to-end GIS for local authorities. Find out how Walsall Council uses iShare to encourage channel shift and drive better decision-making here.