News

  • Measuring Distance to Everyday Services

    Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi) and the Central Statistics Office (CSO) have launched a GeoHive StoryMap and an interactive dashboard which provide an overview of the recently published CSO report on “Measuring Distance to Everyday Services in Ireland” OSi and the CSO have launched visualisation tools aimed at getting geographical and statistical information into the hands […]

  • Making authoritative geospatial information more accessible and easy to use

    How Ordnance Survey Ireland is delivering new services, developing its data platforms and strengthening its underlying systems to make it easier for everyone to benefit from authoritative geospatial information. Geospatial information is an incredibly powerful tool. It plays a critical role in enabling policy makers to understand local, national and global issues, develop effective policies […]

  • OSi GeoGov Symposium 2019

    Ordnance Survey Ireland held their inaugural GeoGov Symposium in the historic surroundings of the Royal College of Physicians, Kildare Street on 26 September The purpose of this event was to support the implementation of the Public Service Data Strategy 2019-2023, and was itself supported by the Office of the Government Information Office (OGCIO). The theme […]

  • Dublin Housing Observatory

    All-Island Research Observatory (AIRO) launches Dublin’s most comprehensive housing mapping tool The Dublin Housing Observatory Mapping Viewer offers new insights into the breakdown of housing in the capital and will inform new Dublin City Council housing policy The All-Island Research Observatory, based at Maynooth University, in partnership with Dublin City Council and Ordnance Survey Ireland […]

  • Two new Adventure Series maps launched

    South Mayo and Clew Bay, Croagh Patrick and Clare Island maps added to popular OSi Adventure Series The official launch of Ordnance Survey Ireland’s (OSi) newest Adventure Series Maps took place this week (Thursday, 21 June 2018) in Westport House. The two new additions to the hugely popular Series cover popular tourist destinations; South Mayo, and Clew […]

  • New Cameras

    OSi are upgrading their aerial tech to bring you Ireland in high-resolution With the installation of new aerial cameras in OSi’s aircraft this week, we are about to radically improve the way aerial imagery is captured and processed in Ireland. Here at Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi), we’ve been photographing the Irish landscape from above since […]