Issue 45: October 2018

Concept app shows how augmented reality and location data could help save lives at sea

Issue 44: May 2018

Costain builds competitive advantage with enterprise GIS

Issue 43: October 2017

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority conserves spectacular natural landscape

Issue 42: May 2017

National Trust stems the decline in Britain's biodiversity

Issue 41: October 2016

SEPA accelerates its response to extreme flooding.

Issue 40: May 2016

Vodafone offers revealing insight into human geospatial movement.

Issue 39: November 2015

Severn Trent Water strengthens business performance by improving data quality; Cornwall Council pursues multi-million pound cost savings; Fugro steers clients towards successful off-shore developments; Award-winning story map transforms lessons into adventures.

Issue 38: May 2015

Europe's largest construction project is deploying Esri's ArcGIS platform to deliver new capabilities; Sovereign Housing builds a brighter future; North Wales Police safeguards communities with ground-breaking evacuation planning system; Wiltshire Council saves £275,000 with mobile GIS.

Issue 37: November 2014

NHS trust cures A&E pains with new insight into healthcare demand; What does GIS do; Share your enthusiasm for GIS; Scottish collaboration project paves the way for cost savings.

Issue 36: June 2014

Natural Resources Wales ensures the sustainability of protected cockle beds; Newham Council improves efficiency and clarity of schools admissions; St James Hospital pioneers 'geographic prescriptions'.

Issue 35: November 2013

Tullow enhances decision making with GIS; Garsdale Design accelerates 3D modelling for urban planning; GIS gives the UK's largest insurer competitive edge; and the Cabinet Office uses GIS to drive savings within government.

Issue 34: May 2013

Argos uses location analytics to drive competitive advantage;  Willis helps corporate clients reduce their asset risk;  AIRO facilitates cross-border development planning; Colas drives operational efficiency with mobile GIS

Issue 33: November 2012

Coal Authority unearths vast improvements in customer service;  Aster improves management of assets worth £600m;  An interview with Jack Dangermond;  SELB tackles truancy in Northern Ireland.

Issue 32: May 2012

Severn Trent Water gets set for business change;  URS uses GIS to enhance decision making;  Onsite training drives future sales; Opening up data access in Northern Island...

Issue 31: October 2011

British Geological Survey introduces iGeology GIS app for smartphones;  Homes in Havering exploits mobile GIS;  GIS supports military operations overseas;  Queen Elizabeth II and President Obama visit Ireland...

Issue 30: May 2011

A sustainable future for the UK's coastal waters; Nottingham City Council tackles carbon emissions; English Heritage protects a unique historic environment...

Issue 29: October 2010

Sellafield Ltd plans ahead 110 years; Hinckley and Bosworth Council invests in youth cricket; Northern Ireland gains unique public information system.....

Issue 28: May 2010

Building a more sustainable future; a Specialist Violence Reduction Unit reduces crime in Scotland; Birmingham City Council makes local information more accessible to the public; Irish County Councils join forces to improve services for citizens...