For professionals, the new Groundsure Insight reports really do set a new standard in landscape discovery and detailed insights about a specific environment. We look at what these new reports bring to our customers.
Last week was National Empty Homes week, but homelessness doesn’t use a calendar. The information detailing our nation’s empty home portfolio is easily accessible, and there are many different types of agency that would benefit from using it more effectively.
It was good to hear the recent government announcement advocating more consideration for wildlife protection across in Britain. Our natural habitats and the biodiversity they support will always be national, capital assets – but our developer community should capitalise on them for their own benefit, as well as the greater good.
emapsite is delighted to announce the winner of its popular Fantasy Football League. With the 2018/19 season attracting another great batch of wannabe Football Managers, participants from emapsite and many of our clients await the announcement with baited breath...
The government’s new deal for the offshore wind sector aims to ensure production of up to one third of the UK’s electricity needs using wind power by 2030. emapsite’s Natalie Stevens considers the welcome challenge for the renewables sector.
2018, what a year! We just wanted say “thank you” to all of our customers, it’s been an exciting 12 months of mapping (and moving!), and we’d like to wish you all a Happy Christmas.
This year, we’re supporting the Bone Cancer Research Trust (#bcrt) and the Oxford Hospitals Charity, with very good reason. Throughout 2018, our CEO, James Cutler, has put himself through the mill, fundraising in memory of a young family friend: Tom Stead.
We're delighted to say that James Cutler, our CEO, has once again been elected to Ordnance Survey's Partner Advisory Council - and will also be taking forward his role with the Association for Geographic Information into 2019.
Reports by the Association of British Insurers show the impact of this year’s heatwave, with subsidence claims reaching their highest levels for 12 years. The ABI says the 357% increase in the value of claims is the highest quarterly jump since records started over 25 years ago – and yet many insurers still aren’t using the tools available to help reduce these risks.
Subsidence still represents around 4% of all claims per annum, which in real terms is between £110 million and £120 million every year – so the question is, can insurers do anything to help combat this problem?
At emapsite, we always welcome better access to information that can help our customers drive the economy forward. Today’s announcement by the Geospatial Commission on the opening up of OS MasterMap signals a long-term commitment to helping everyone get more value from mapping and location data.
Insurers: imagine discovering there’s a more cost-effective way to increase your competitive edge, while at the same time reducing your exposure to risk.
Forget the advent of innovative fintech; don’t worry about pay-as-you-go pricing; just think what your bottom line would look like if actuarial teams’ insights were, say, 2% more accurate in predicting the likelihood of claims across a multi-billion pound book of insurance.
Leica Geosystems and emapsite announced today a strategic partnership which launches an industry-first subscription service to Ordnance Survey flagship product, OS MasterMap, available exclusively on the Leica Zeno 20 high accuracy field data collector.