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FIND January 2011 Newsletter

The start of the New Year is often a time to take stock of the last year while considering the potential of the one just beginning. I would like to thank our clients for being part of what has been an astounding year for www.findmaps.co.uk. 2010 saw FIND roll out five new releases; including four services and nearly 30 new maps, datasets and reports. All this was achieved while maintaining an up-time of 99.91%, meaning we can provide innovation with no cost to reliability.

This year we look forward to releasing, in addition to our usual new releases, several exciting new websites. FIND are pleased to announce the first of these will be launched in the next few months. So watch this space for updates!

In 2011, to help produce innovative and fair new pricing for Ordnance Survey products, FIND is currently engaged in a consultation process with the Ordnance Survey. These new prices should come into effect later this year. We look forward to a positive outcome from this process, and will keep you up-to-date with any progress.

Mariam Crichton

Product spotlight - 5m - 10m Interval contours

  • View, print or export 5 - 10m interval contours to get a feel for the height of an area, or perform analysis within a GIS or CAD program
  • Includes accurate spot heights to within 0.1m, and thicker contour lines at 25m vertical intervals
  • Based on Ordnance Survey's 'Landform PROFILE' height data, covering the whole of Great Britain
  • Used in applications such as visual impact analysis, river catchment pollution analysis, archaeology and preliminary highway planning

"FIND is a leading provider of location data and Ordnance Survey is delighted to partner with them to support the land and property market, helping customers to make better decisions."

- Dan Hughes, Ordnance Survey Land & Property

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FIND tip of the month - gridlines


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