There is often a disconnect between owners of buried assets and other parties with a stake or an interest in the land which those assets traverse: land owners, governmental agencies, developers, contractors and the public. The land, including its ownership, its uses, its development potential, its relation to the environment and its geophysical properties is, literally and figuratively, the common ground linking these ...more »
Geovation Underground Assets Challenge
How can we better manage underground assets, in Britain?
The challenge is now closed to ideas submission but you can comment and rate the ideas already entered
The challenge ran from 19 October to 30 November 2016 (12noon).
Successful finalists (teams) will be invited to Geovation Camp at Ordnance Survey, Southampton 1-3 February 2017
See the timetable
Before you submit an idea please read the problems we identified below and register or log in to the Challenge. You can also comment on or rate ideas
Theme 1: Asset Location
Theme 2: Asset Management and Maintenance
Theme 3: Stakeholder Impact
Theme 4: Predicting Asset Future
Find out more about how these problems affect various industries
The best ideas will be invited into funded 6 month Geovation Programme starting Spring 2017, which will include financial, developer and business support and expertise. Its the perfect funded start-up accelerator to get your GeoTech business off the ground .
The Challenge is open to UK based organisations or residents, aged 18 or over.
TIP: You may find it easier to create your submission in a text document and copy and paste into the sections. Click on 'Submit New Idea' to see the questions you will be asked.