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Exploring how CGI designed an open architecture based on open standards to create a web-based solution to effectively manage and maintain Active Travel data in Wales.

We explore how location-enabled applications can transform public sector delivery in the UK, inform police and enable better decision-making through adopting an Open approach to data and service provision.

This report explores the UK’s geospatial strategy and recommendations from CGI based on previous experience in developing and deploying location-enabled technologies and services, four key principles that support the strategy’s geospatial mission.

This case study explores CGI’s and Defra’s partnership to develop and deploy open-source architecture, tools and cloud-based solutions to provide timely, reliable and cost-effective access to critical, analysis-ready satellite data.

Kiruna municipality in Sweden and CGI are testing and using an innovative mixed reality platform that digitally maps, documents and interacts with underground infrastructure. Background Kiruna is a town in the northern most part of Sweden that sits directly atop...