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Job Opportunity: Research and Innovation Scientist in Computer Vision at Ordnance Survey

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Ordnance Survey are currently advertising for a Research and Innovation Scientist in Computer Vision

Ordnance Survey (OS) is the national mapping agency for Great Britain, and a world-leading geospatial data and technology organisation. Serving government, business and citizens across Britain and the world, OS helps customers in virtually all sectors improve quality of life.

OS expertise and data supports efficient public services and infrastructure, new technologies in transport and communications, national security and emergency services. And most famously we ensure outdoor leisure is enjoyable, accessible and safe. By being at the forefront of geospatial capability for more than 225 years, we’ve built a reputation for being the world’s most trusted and inspiring geospatial partner.

OS is progressing a number of exciting projects so customers can access data in a highly sophisticated way. Through innovative use of latest technologies OS has the potential and opportunity to significantly improve the lives of millions of people across the globe. This is a unique opportunity to be a part of OS as we deliver the best for Britain, grow revenues more widely and build a world-leading digital economy of the future.


About the Role

Business Change & Innovation is seeking a Research & Innovation Scientist to investigate and develop novel approaches to the capture and enhancement of geospatial data. The primary focus of the role is to apply state-of-the-art research in fields such as computer vision, spatial data mining, GIS & remote sensing, cloud computing, 3D data manipulation and crowdsourcing, to enhance our geospatial offering and to deliver operational efficiencies.

The role is within an energetic, multidisciplinary team and you will be working on one or more projects with ambitious goals. Your focus will be on long term transformation of the business’s operational function whilst also delivering on short-term objectives. In addition to research and development, an important aspect of this role is the enthusiastic promotion of the team’s activity to gain the support of our many stakeholders.

Further details:

Location: This role will be based at our Headquarters in Southampton.


To apply: Please upload your covering letter and CV demonstrating your suitability for the role.


Closing date: 03 April 2018

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