It’s now over two years since the release of OS OpenData, which gave more access to free, unrestricted Ordnance Survey mapping than ever before. It’s is helping businesses and developers to start to use Geographic Information (GI) without any royalty payments and restrictions on reuse. Even if you haven’t used mapping data before, you can unlock the benefits immediately, making it even easier to achieve efficiency savings across the board.
Last month Ordnance Survey ran a webinar, giving people the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of open data, and the tools and techniques to use OS OpenData.
If you didn’t get the chance to take part in the webinar, here’s a video of it. You can learn how to get up and running with OS OpenData and about the datasets that are available to use free of charge and their benefits.
The 40 minute session covers:
- How to get Ordnance Survey free data
- How to use OS OpenData
- And how we can learn from an existing user of OS OpenData with Simon Fitzgerald from CIFAS