Smarter data for insight, value and economic growth
Government departments, at all levels, are the custodians of and users of accurate geospatial data.
They are uniquely placed to see across their geographies and to uncover new insights through modelling and analysis. But, they must also manage data from disparate sources to ensure consistency and quality.
At the same time, citizens and businesses are increasingly looking for government to capture, maintain, publish and deliver authoritative data, for example open data.
We support government departments by delivering automotive solutions that dramatically reduce the cost and time required for the effective capture, custodianship and publication of geospatial and non-geospatial data. Accurate geospatial data is important to government services as it’s a direct influence on the decision made to support public services from sustainable development, conservation and environmental monitoring to infrastructure planning, design and operations.
1Spatial solutions deliver digitisation, data integration, automated data workflows and data governance capabilities across your geospatial estate. We adopt a digital by default approach and apply our solutions engineering and agile capabilities to tie together critical layers of geospatial data so that government digital records match and maintain a representation of the physical world for data-driven decision making.
Public Sector Procurement
The Crown Commercial Service’s Digital Marketplace provides a simple procurement route for all UK public sector organisations from local councils and emergency services through to central government departments and agencies.
Its G-Cloud framework is an agreement between government and suppliers of cloud-based services, designed to make it faster and easier for organisations to procure the services they need at the best value.
We have five services available under the G-Cloud framework
Our G-Cloud services are designed to cover every stage of adopting digital from the management of data quality through to the design and deployment of web-based mapping applications that deliver greater insight and help users visualise their data.
The world’s largest geospatial databases and geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) initiatives use our automated approaches as part of their geospatial data infrastructure to cost-effectively digitise, manage and publish their critical geospatial data. Our government clients include National Mapping Agencies, Land Agencies and Environment Departments.
Our innovative software takes the algorithms, rules and knowledge within the minds of your data custodians and converts them into a central, user-defined and user-managed repository of software rules for your geospatial data infrastructure.
No programming or developer-coding, just a set of automated, easily repeatable business rules that can run regularly on your data – before acceptance and integration or during the data’s lifecycle – to find and fix quality issues.
Turning expert knowledge into consistent, objective rules reduces the scope for variation and human error. It frees up experienced professionals to focus on innovation and insight for your organisation.
And, it ensures that your central database is always accurate, giving you a holistic, consistent and current view of your data.
Your geospatial data is more valuable and more usable as a result. Users have greater confidence and gain greater, more current insight through modelling and analysis.
For help getting your data into shape and keeping it that way, please contact us.