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Ordnance Survey: Navigating a Mobile Strategy

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Ordnance Survey finds potential in Intel®technology-powered tablets for technical and customer-facing users In 1791, the British government was concerned by the risk of invasion along its south coast. As part of its efforts to ensure it was protected against such an attack, it instructed its defense ministry, known as the Board of Ordnance, to carry out a detailed survey of the region to map it accurately. Eventually the whole country was mapped by this newly-formed Ordnance Survey. Today Ordnance Survey provides high-quality, detailed paper and digital maps for use by the government, business and individuals and has become a household name in the UK. Dealing with complex geographical data every day, it needs powerful and adaptable tools to ensure its team of cartographers, scientists and surveyors continue to produce the most up-to-date and accurate maps.