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Ordnance Survey Geographic Information: Value added to the British Economy Nick Land Director of Market Development. Ordnance Survey Our geographic information Our partners Our market Assessment of value Conclusions. Presentation Overview. Administrative Boundaries & Addresses.

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Ordnance Survey Geographic Information: Value added to the British Economy

Nick Land

Director of Market Development


Ordnance Survey

Our geographic information

Our partners

Our market

Assessment of value

Conclusions

Presentation Overview


Administrative Boundaries & Addresses

National Grid Coordinate

12 Great George Street, Parliament Square, London SW1P 3AD


A connected world

INTERNET


Ordnance Survey Customers


Uses of geographic information

Emergency services

Land Registration

Retailing

Estate management

Planning

Network management

Recreation & Leisure

Location based services

Marketing


Productivity gains (cost savings)

Creation of new products and services (revenue generating)

Social & Environmental gains (intangible)

Better information for better decision making

Benefits of using geographic information


Value of sales

Willingness to pay

Costs involved if products and services not available

Value added - quantifying the benefits derived from the use of OS products and services

How to assess value - to quantify benefit?


The value chain

Data

Collection

Products &

Services

Distribution

Use


The value chain

Suppliers

Ordnance Survey

Partners

Customers

Data

Collection

Products &

Services

Distribution

Use

£ margin

£ benefit

= £ value

£ sales


Utilities

Central Government

Local Government

Architects, Engineers, Survey & Construction

Real Estate

Legal & Environmental consultancy

Transport

Computer & related activities

Farming & Forestry

Mining, Drilling & Quarying

Market sectors used in study


Customers’ dependency on OS products & services (dependency rating)


Establish dependency rating by sector/customer

Multiply by Value Add for sector

For example:

Utility sector: Dependency A = 80 - 100%; GVA = £28billion; OS related GVA = £23 - £28billion

Calculating tangible benefit


£79 - £136 billion of gross value added activity (12 - 20% of GVA)

but:

sample only and not in depth (3 month study)

doesn’t include any social or environmental benefit

doesn’t include new developments e.g LBS

it is a current (1999) value

And the value is …...


Value depends on use

Value is derived from the availability of consistent, current and national data

NMAs are an integral part of our national life and becoming even more valuable

Key conclusions


Report available at www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk

[email protected]

For more information ….


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