Ordnance Survey


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Ordnance Survey

the official map-making body of the British or Irish government
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The word watershed appears beside the border on Ordnance Survey mapping.
Astigan, which is 51% owned by Ordnance Survey, has already safely completed eight full scale flights, and is on schedule to complete endurance flight testing by the end of 2019.
Ordnance Survey created the content for the Oman Geospatial Manual as well as build and delivered the technical infrastructure for its publication.
Nick Giles, Ordnance Survey leisure managing director, says: "The introduction of the Aerial 3D viewing tool is another major step in making the outside enjoyable, accessible and safe for all.
Maps must be submitted to Ordnance Survey by June 10.
Clockwise, from above, an Ordnance Survey map of Cardiff from 1880; Glamorgan Shyre, as depicted by John Speede in 1610; part of Brecknockshire from the mid-1600s; Caerphilly in the 1830s; Cardiff from an 1880 Ordnance Survey map
I AM writing to correct a point in your news story "Could this mean the end of the paper street map?" You state that "Ordnance Survey is allegedly cutting back its offerings in the face of sat-nav systems."
Woking, United Kingdom, November 14, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Gazetteer specialists Aligned Assets have announced an upcoming webinar that is to be held in association with the Ordnance Survey and North West Ambulance Service.
Manama-June19(BNA)Deputy Premier Shaikh Khalid bin Abdulla Al-Khalifa today received Director General and Chief Executive of the Ordnance Survey and adviser to the British Government Vanessa Lawrence and discussed cooperation to develop geospatial data and survey applications.
Onwurah has already received assurances from Ordnance Survey that they will NOT use the name Sports Direct Arena on their maps of the city.
And the green area's most famous resident President Mary McAleese was on hand yesterday to launch the event organised by the Ordnance Survey of Ireland to benefit the Society of St Vincent de Paul and the Phoenix Park Special School.

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