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Press enquiries should be directed to our media liaison, Jackie Harrop.

Inspiring harmony across European environmental data

Posted: 11-Dec-2014

Today (11 December), the European Commission has launched the INSPIRE Thematic Clusters collaboration platform, a key initiative to support the implementation of the INSPIRE directive. HR Wallingford Technical Director, Keiran Millard, is one of nine data experts appointed by the European Commission to drive this initiative forward. Continue reading ›

Providing evidence on development and climate change for COP 20 in Lima

Posted: 02-Dec-2014
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ARC-Boat to help the Environment Agency prepare for flooding

Posted: 10-Nov-2014

HR Wallingford has delivered ARC-Boat number 50 to the Environment Agency, helping them to issue quicker and more accurate flood warning information to local communities. Continue reading ›

Frankenstein’s data

Posted: 04-Nov-2014

Big Data meets Open Data. Creating benefit for the economy or a data monster that we will not be able to control? HR Wallingford Technical Director, Keiran Millard, considers the key question being asked within the IQmulus project: how do we sustainably exploit big geospatial data?  Continue reading ›

Video: The official opening of the Fast Flow Facility and UK Ship Simulation Centre

Posted: 04-Nov-2014

On 30 October 2014, two new facilities were officially opened by at our UK headquarters: the Fast Flow Facility and the UK Ship Simulation Centre. Over 100 guests from industry and academia joined us for the launch. Watch for yourself as Dr Jane Smallman, Prof Richard Whitehouse and Dr Mark McBride introduce the new facilities, before inviting Lord Heseltine to formally open them. Continue reading ›

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