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ordnance

[′ȯrd·nəns]
(engineering)
Military materiel, such as combat weapons of all kinds, with ammunition and equipment for their use, vehicles, and repair tools and machinery.
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From 1849 to 1958 the Benicia Arsenal was used as a principal depot for ordnance storage, issuance and transshipment.
6 million per year, Openreach will access a range of Ordnance Survey's premium datasets including OS MasterMap Topography Layer, OS MasterMap Integrated Transport Network Layer, OS VectorMap Local and 1:50 000 Scale Colour Raster.
The solution is the result of close collaboration between the design and test teams of both the consortium and Ordnance Survey.
Using information supplied by the Countryside Agency, Ordnance Survey has depicted new "open access" areas with a clear yellow tint and an orange boundary to avoid any misunderstanding between ramblers and landowners.
That's a great response, but the clock is ticking and we believe that there are at least another 350,000 children who are eligible nationally, and we'd like them all to have a detailed Ordnance Survey Explorer map of their own.
We have got ten selection boxes of Ordnance Survey goodies to give away, worth pounds 50 each.
Implementing Intergraph's DMC has significantly boosted our photogrammetric productivity, increasing the quality of collected information and enhancing efficiency by reducing the amount of time taken from image acquisition to data extraction," said Vanessa Lawrence, director general and chief executive, Ordnance Survey.
Users can search for locations by place name, postcode, Ordnance Survey Grid reference and then seamlessly zoom across the range of maps to get a range of perspectives.
NQuestion: What is the name of the new online service from Ordnance Survey that enables you to personalise your own map?
The demand for aerial imagery is continuing to rise as it is required to support an ever-increasing range of datasets," said Mark Taylor, Photogrammetric Manager, Ordnance Survey of Great Britain.
OS MasterMap, which incorporates a Web-based service, provides the Ordnance Survey's public and private sector customers with access to Ordnance Survey map data.

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