Thames Tideway Tunnel

Our geospatial strategy and using GIS throughout the life of the Tideway project, has given us consistent means of engagement with every single stakeholder, from construction partners to community groups and local authorities.

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AtkinsRéalis

We are using ArcGIS Portal, ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Field Maps to drive the AtkinsRéalis SpatialCDE, used by multiple stakeholders to make construction projects more efficient while driving Biodiversity Net Gain.

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Thames Water

We are proactively addressing the data sharing requirements, and the needs of internal and external stakeholders with our end-to-end geospatial portal, built with ArcGIS Enterprise and ArcGIS Online.

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Fauna & Flora

Creating a single GIS platform for the whole organisation with ArcGIS has led to a 580% increase in GIS usage and transformed the way that we analyse, visualise and communicate conservation priorities.

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Amey

Using the powerful analysis and data visualisation capabilities of ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Dashboards, we have turned big data into business insight.

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London Borough of Hounslow

Using InstantAtlas we have matured our approach to data management. We now have a collection of data sets and can deliver insights to target our services more effectively and provide our communities with the support they need.

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Cotswolds National Landscape and Triage

We have used ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Dashboards and ArcGIS StoryMaps to create a next generation story-telling tool that will inform landscape, community and conservation strategies for generations to come.

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Chance to Shine

A simple ArcGIS web app is helping us to make cricket more accessible to young people from deprived communities and ethnic minority groups.

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RUSI

We analyse complex, evolving military situations with ArcGIS Pro, providing actionable intelligence from open source geospatial data.

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Denbighshire County Council

We are improving biodiversity in North Wales, using mobile apps to help us find, propagate and plant native flowers and trees.

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