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The Awards > The Ordnance Survey MasterMap Award 2010

The Ordnance Survey MasterMap Award for 'Better Mapping'
This award is to encourage innovative and stimulating map products derived from, and composed mainly of, Ordnance Survey's MasterMap data. The award comprises a trophy and a certificate and is being run by The British Cartographic Society with the support of Ordnance Survey.

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Mr. Bob Lilley, the BCS President and Cartography Manager at Ordnance Survey (GB) presented the award.



The Highland Council
Inverness City Main Developments 2010

OS MasterMap was used creatively to define colours and textures to render a semi-realistic impression of the city of Inverness whilst maintaining the precision of the original product. The judges agreed that through using innovative techniques within design, The Highland Council have produced a visually striking map, clearly displaying the richness of Ordnance Survey MasterMap data alongside modern design.

Bob Lilley, BCS President and Cartography Manager at Ordnance Survey, presents The Highland Council with the award and certificate

More information about the entry from The OS website

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