Are you currently working on a problem or opportunity that could be solved, at least in part, by using the most detailed, accurate and current location data that�s available for Great Britain?
Would you like access to thousands of pounds worth of location data, services and products, along with mentoring from high level execs, introductions to potential corporate clients and coverage in relevant press? Then read on!
We have partnered with Ordnance Survey to offer the following package;
Access and training on the following Ordnance Survey products and services;
OS MasterMap� Topography Layer � a highly detailed view of Great Britain's landscape including individual buildings, roads and areas of land. In total, the dataset contains in excess of 400 million individual features, all of which have unique identifiers upon which 3rd party data can be attributed to.
OS MasterMap ITN Layer � a dataset that uses a link and node structure (connected into a single network) to depict the entire road infrastructure in Great Britain, the total length of which is around
550,000 Km. Details of more than 1,000 000 route restrictions (banned turns, one-way restrictions
etc.) are also included, enabling detailed routing algorithms to be developed.
AddressBase� - a dataset that provides a Unique Property Reference Number (UPRN) to every address in Great Britain - allowing you to cross reference data easily. Each address being assigned with geospatial coordinates - allowing you to understand the location of an address in a geographic context as well as being able to determine the use of an address (residential or commercial).
Check out the full range of products and services you'll be given access to here
To support this, you�ll be provided with regular access to ongoing technical guidance, support and advice from Ordnance Survey. Importantly, Ordnance Survey will provide advice around how you can exploit the datasets to unlock their full potential.
Secondly, you�ll also be rewarded a flex membership at the TechHub of your choice (London, Manchester or Swansea) alongside a fully-tailored mentorship programme. The programme will provide you with access to a wealth of additional resources that start-ups typically benefit from as well as support in using Ordnance Survey location data.
Key dates and how to enter
28 February � competition closes midday at 2014. Submit your ideas now
7 March � shortlist invited to presentation day
28 March � presentation day in London
4 April � winners announced
Simply fill in this form to submit your entry!
Questions? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org