A collaborative study from partners across government, industry and academia reveals that groups responsible for gathering marine geospatial information must find new, more efficient ways of working together.
Sea trial aims to contribute to the user case and development of S-100 and marks first time S-100 data is tested aboard an unmanned or autonomous vessel
UKHO has signed an MOU with The Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project, which will see the parties work together to advance the industry’s understanding of ocean bathymetry, and in support of the Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development.
UK Hydrographic Office to conduct seabed mapping surveys in the Cayman Islands, underpinning the region’s sustainable marine economy
UKHO has announced its new ADMIRALTY GAM Service, developed in collaboration with Teledyne CARIS to improve efficiency during bathymetric data cleansing processes.
New strategy sets out steps to increase data access, develop skills and support innovation across the UK’s geospatial community.
UKHO has announced two ADMIRALTY Distributors have now approved providers of ADMIRALTY Vector Chart Service (AVCS) Online, the shore-based version of the world’s leading maritime chart service.
The FCO and UKHO are working with the Southern Africa and Islands Hydrographic Commission to establish regulations and legislation that promote the growth of the region’s ocean economy.
UKHO has presented Security of Navigation, Stabilisation Advice and Training (SONSAT) to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Seychelles on behalf of the UK Government’s FCO.
The UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) have launched a five-day capacity building seminar to help UK Overseas Territories support safe maritime trade.