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Tuesday 17th May 2016  |  QEII Conference Centre, London

Shortlist & Winners

Congratulations to our customers who are shortlisted in this year’s Customer Success Awards! The shortlisted entries, listed below, all demonstrate excellence in GIS and ground-breaking, innovative approaches that are making a difference to everyday working practices, as well as how we view and share information about the world around us.

The winners will be announced at the UK’s biggest GIS event – Esri UK’s Annual Conference – on Tuesday 17th May. If you are unable to make this year’s conference then look out for news of the winners from @esriuk

Maps, the Web, and You

Power and possibility with Web GIS


  • GIS Team, Wessex Water
  • Andrew Bradley, Sovereign Housing
  • GIS Team, MOD - Winner

Cartography is for Everyone

New ways to make, see and use maps


  • Jonathan Smith, Emu Analytics
  • Andrew and Alice, Sovereign Housing - Winner

Tell Your Story Using a Map

Inform, engage and inspire people with story maps


  • Stewart McCall, South Ayrshire Council - Winner
  • Amy, Olivia and Kizzie, Royal High School Bath
  • Liam Taylor, University of Exeter

Great Maps Need Great Data

Creating and using authoritative geographic data


  • Giacomo Favron, XL Catlin - Winner
  • Alastair Duncan, Louise Pettit, Environment Agency

The Importance of Where

How spatial analysis leads to insight


  • Adrian Green, Operation Griffin - Winner
  • Tom Hartley, Atmos Consulting
  • Tony Collins, Norfolk County Council

Mapping the Third Dimension

A change in perspective


  • Elliot Hartley, Garsdale Design- Winner
  • Daniel Irwin, Crossrail

The Power of Apps

Focused tools that get work done


  • Lee Butler, FERA Science
  • Tony Collins, Norfolk County Council - Winner

Your GIS is Mobile

The GIS of the whole world plus a live data sensor in your pocket


  • Lee Butler, FERA Science - Winner
  • Nigel, Luke and Matt, Ordnance Survey
  • Jennifer Irons, Mott MacDonald

Real-Time Dashboards

Integrating live data feeds for managing operations


  • Paul Hart, Black & Veatch - Winner
  • Mark Smith, Worcestershire County Council

GIS is Social

Web GIS is the GIS of the world


  • Amy, Kizzie and Oliver, Royal High School Bath - Winner
  • Alice Gadney, British Cartographic Society