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Custom geospatial software development

We can take away the headache of maintaining software so you can concentrate on your business requirements.

Our custom cloud solutions, built on open source foundations, are designed from the ground up to solve your operational business challenges. 

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Open source support coverage

Our team of OSGeo experts and enthusiasts have over 250 years cumulative experience in the geospatial industry.

Access to our domain experts provides invaluable emergency support for you and your business and takes the worry out of managing geospatial platforms and services. 

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GIS consultancy and mentoring

Mentoring across the full stack of OSGeo technologies will help you achieve specific tasks or projects.

We can also include: 
Planning services for the implementation of a cloud solution
Assistance with the migration to a cloud solution
Expertise in the application of GeoSpatial tools to solve business problems

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GIS training

Our CPD accredited online training courses help you get the most out of your investment in key OSGeo software applications.

Courses include PostGIS, QGIS, GeoServer and Python. 

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We offer training, mentoring and support across the OSGeo technology stack

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Ramblers – Don’t Lose Your Way

Using an online mapping system developed by Astun, the Ramblers walking charity mobilised thousands of volunteers in a high profile national campaign to find and map over 49,000 miles of historic rights of way before they are lost forever.


How to create an intuitive user experience for a complex mapping task that could be undertaken without training. It had to be exciting and engaging enough to make volunteers want to return again and again.


How to create a highly scalable online mapping tool that could cope with substantial ‘spikes’ in traffic following promotion in national press and by celebrities on social media.


How to ensure high quality data was submitted by thousands of volunteers that could be stitched together into a single seamless comprehensive network of lost paths.


How to meet challenging project timescales, with a fixed and immovable campaign launch date

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