Exploring the British Geological Survey subsidence hazard data

Climate change is affecting the risk of subsidence in Britain. The impact on ‘shrink-swell’ is described in this British Geological Survey article, but can be summarised as higher temperatures and drier conditions leading to increased soil shrinkage – or subsidence. With … Conti

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Processing Big Data using Small Data techniques

In today’s world, more and more organisations are starting to use Big Data techniques to analyse their data, which is increasing in volume and velocity every day. Cloud providers are both meeting and fuelling demand for these capabilities by providing … Continue reading &rarr

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Where’s my nearest (and quietest) award-winning beach?

We all have a favourite beach. Whether it’s because of a special memory, spectacular scenery, or golden dunes, we all have a beach that is close to our hearts… Well, I know I do! With many of us holidaying closer … Continue reading

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OpenStreetMap® Daylight: a community map with peace of mind

In Summer 2018, Esri released a number of vector basemaps using OpenStreetMap (OSM) data exclusively. With the benefit of regular updates and being free for all ArcGIS users and developers to use, these basemaps have proven very popular. This week, … Continue reading

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OpenStreetMap® Feature Layers – a more flexible way of using open data

OpenStreetMap (OSM) is widely regarded as the Wikipedia of maps, with an online community of volunteers building a map of the world from the ground up. The data is produced by these contributors using a combination of local knowledge, aerial … Continue reading Continue Reading

How much can you deliver with a one-user ArcGIS Online licence?

ArcGIS Online is a web mapping solution, hosted entirely in the cloud and delivered as Software-as-a-Service. Access to ArcGIS Online is included with our ArcGIS Desktop product licences, or you might have a licence as part of a collaboration project. … Continue reading Continue Reading

Earth Day 2021 – Restore Our Earth

Every year on April 22nd over a billion people across the world come together to observe Earth Day. First established in 1970, Earth Day was created to drive action in combating the ongoing global environmental and climate crisis. The theme … Continue reading

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OS OpenMap – Local Buildings & Function Sites in the Living Atlas

This month, we are excited to bring OS OpenMap – Local Buildings, Important Buildings and Functional Sites to the Living Atlas! Ordnance Survey® describe OS OpenMap – Local as the most detailed ‘street level’ mapping product available within the open … Continue reading

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How is Esri UK supporting the new Public Sector Geospatial Agreement?

The Government announced a new 10 year Public Sector Geospatial Agreement (PSGA) with Ordnance Survey in April 2020. The PSGA is a replacement for the Public Sector Mapping Agreement (PSMA) and One Scotland Mapping Agreement (OSMA), but goes beyond the … Continue reading Continue Reading

Viewing OS Zoomstack Data in ArcGIS Pro

See how you can quickly add and style the OS Zoomstack data in ArcGIS Pro.

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