June 2016

Monthly Archives

  • NMO Summit

    6 things to think about for your spatial data infrastructure Collaboration is key. An underpinning principle of spatial data infrastructures, the achievement of a level of collaboration across a diverse group of people from a variety of countries, was well illustrated by those contributing to the National Mapping Organisation Summit 2016, held in Dublin. Located […]

  • Pilgrim Trails II

    Irish Pilgrim Trails Part II Rich in pilgrim tradition and spiritual history, Ireland is home to a number of Pilgrim Walks. Following the response to our article 4 Of The Best Irish Pilgrim Trails, we’re back with four more fantastic trails in Cork, Donegal, Mayo and Kerry for you to enjoy. St Finbarr’s Pilgrim Path, […]

  • Research Initiative

    Innovation has been at the heart of everything Ordnance Survey Ireland has done from its very inception. Building on that proud tradition, we have recently announced support for research and development in geospatial information. We are offering five Masters Students an award of up to €5,000 each and two post-doctoral researchers a grant of €42,394 […]

  • Walking Festivals

    Irish Walking Festivals: OSi’s Top Picks for 2016 Walking festivals are a great opportunity for new walkers to get involved in outdoor pursuits and for more experienced ramblers to take on more challenging routes with the assistance of a local guide. Here are four of the best walking festivals taking place across the country this […]