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Wednesday, 26 February

Utility Belter? Bit of a Duffer

Landmark Solutions showcased its geospatial asset management product at Utility Week Live this week ending May 26.

The product is very good indeed. However, the exhibition at Birmingham's NEC running alongside Edie Live (which was even worse) was dull and poorly attended. A special mention has to go to the Carbon Trust at Edie Live featuring a stand with all of the representatives talking amongst themselves whilst generally ignoring anyone showing any kind of interest. They could have saved a huge amount of carbon simply by staying away - what a waste of space!



Landmark Solutions is part of Landmark Information – the land, property and environmental data company. Christopher Gaunt, International Sales Manager, Landmark Solutions said: “We focus our skills on location-based services and analysis to visualise the geographic relationships of key information. For utilities providers who have vast swathes of underground and over-ground assets, we work in partnership with them to combine geospatial and business intelligence so they can quickly visualise their estate and manage it appropriately, while adhering to compliance, health and safety, governance and legislative requirements.”

Landmark Solutions is Ordnance Survey’s largest partner. The group manages over 350 national datasets from 650 suppliers, delivers over two million maps per week and matches 10 million addresses every year.

Article written by Brian Shillibeer


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