At the UKHO, we provide a range of products, services and data sets to help others with critical decision-making. Whatever the user need, we’re always looking to provide the best user experience, which is why we've developed our new design system.
Part of the value of geospatial data lies in how easy it is to discover, access and use - this was the topic for our first workshop as part of the Geospatial Commission.
Find out how we process Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) data to gain valuable insight into our oceans and how they’re used.
We've introduced 'guilds' for staff who want to share their knowledge, learn more, build relationships, and take forward ideas.
Find out how software development at the UKHO has changed over the years from Head of Digital Services and Technology, Graham Smith.
We've launched a returnship to help software engineers return to work after a career break
We consume vast amounts of data and information for a wide range of applications. Learn more about data science at the UKHO.
UKHO Data Scientist Catherine Seale gives an overview of her automated 'blob detection' project, as presented at Sprint 18.
Welcome to the new UK Hydrographic Office blog. Find out more about who we are, what we do and how we'll be using this blog to keep you updated.