Initiatives

The Hampshire Hub Partnership is involved in a variety of initiatives, usually in collaboration with others. Here are a few of the initiatives we are currently involved in.

  • Explore Hampshire from the skies

    Under the Open Government Licence (OGL), the Hampshire Hub Partnership has released high resolution aerial photography and height data covering the whole county. Online Portal Researchers from GeoData at the University of Southampton are developing an online portal for anyone to explore or download readily accessible versions of the data. The GeoData team will incorporate

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  • Flooding Information for Hampshire

    Hampshire County Council, on behalf of the Hampshire Hub Partnership, is collaborating with Remote Sensing Applications Consultants Ltd (RSAC) and KnowNow Information Ltd (KN-i) on the Flooding Information for Hampshire project, funded by the UK Space Agency as part of its Space for Smarter Government Programme (SSGP). The risk of flooding is an important issue

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  • Linked Open Planning Register

    The Hampshire Hub Partnership has received Open Data Breakthrough Funding to create a Linked Open Data Planning Register for Hampshire. The bid – enthusiastically supported by the Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership – continued on from the Linked Open Data Pilot project, which included a map-based browser for Hampshire’s Land Supply data. The project is gathering all registering authorities’ planning

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  • Crowdsourcing Landscape Change

    Hampshire County Council, on behalf of the Hampshire Hub Partnership, is collaborating with Remote Sensing Applications Consultants Ltd (RSAC) and the University of Portsmouth (UoP) on the Crowdsourcing Landscape Change project, co-funded by Innovate UK (formerly the Technology Strategy Board), to develop an innovative solution for the extraction of information from archived aerial photography using

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  • Open City Data Platform

    Hampshire County Council, on behalf of the Hampshire Hub Partnership, is collaborating with Nquiringminds to connect the Hampshire Hub with the Open City Data Platform (OCDP). The Open City Data Platform (OCDP) solution uses open, non-proprietary application programming interfaces (APIs) and data formats, in order to maximise the interoperability between data and services. Some early

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  • Using data to encourage independent living

    As part of its Connected Cities Innovation Contest, IC tomorrow is offering six businesses up to £35k each to encourage innovation around the changing urban landscape across the themes of digitally connected buildings, communities, environment and services. Hampshire Hub is partnering with Ordnance Survey for one of the challenges: Using data to encourage independent living. Using data to encourage independent living.

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  • Whether You Do Or Weather You Don’t (WUDOWUD)

    The Whether You Do Or Weather You Don’t (WUDOWUD) initiative is led by Know Now Information in collaboration with the Hampshire Hub Partnership and supported by the STFC (Science & Technology Centre). WUDOWUD  is broken into two distinct phases. to prove that a correlation can be positively identified between the weather event and events occurring due to that

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