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  • OSi’s Production and Management of GI is Focused, Efficient and Effective

    How Ordnance Survey Ireland is improving the production and management of geospatial information Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi) is constantly developing its core geospatial data production systems and improving the way that it manages its geospatial information, so that it can provide authoritative data for citizens, businesses and policy makers in Ireland. In this blog, OSi’s […]

  • Best Places to Watch the Leaves Change

    There’s a simple thing that Irish people often miss when they move abroad – seasons Watching plants transform to dramatic shades of red, brown and yellow, before disappearing and returning, is magical, eternal and reassuring. Those of you with long memories might remember the term “deciduous” from primary school. Deciduous, as opposed to evergreen trees, […]

  • Ireland’s Best Botanic Walks

    While we might not always appreciate it, one of the best things about living in Ireland is seasonal change This little country is packed with literally thousands of species of plants that are constantly in flux; blooming in spring, resplendent in summer, wilting in autumn and sleeping in winter. Ireland’s maritime climate allows for a […]

  • OSi Rises to Demand for Online Geospatial Data

    Ireland’s national mapping authority has undertaken a ground-breaking digital transformation and is now delivering innovative, online data services for citizens, businesses and policy makers. The impetus for change at Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi) arose from the needs of its customers, who wanted to be able to access national mapping data and public sector information more […]

  • Ireland’s Best Waymarked Trails

    We love the subtle appeal of a waymarked trail. The little signs give nudges to the destination, with the pace, distance and finish point decided by the walkers themselves. Ireland is positively covered in waymarked trails, and countless adventurers have travelled these well-worn paths across the country. We’ve picked a few of our favourites. It’s […]

  • Ireland’s Best Places for Dog Walking

    People in Ireland love their dogs, and those dogs love their owners right back. Why wouldn’t they? With an enviable amount of forests, hills and fields to explore, Ireland can feel like one big park. Living rooms across the land are peppered and sprayed with dog footprints of sand, mud and more, as humans and […]