Registers of Scotland and Ordnance Survey have been working towards the delivery of Geovation Scotland.
Geovation Scotland will bring economic benefit, promote open innovation, and provide start-ups with supported access to data whilst harnessing the opportunities of working alongside tech and geospatial communities.
The Geovation Scotland Programme is a funded accelerator. It offers the opportunity for property and geospatial technology start-ups to develop their businesses for up to 12 months.
The first cohort of successful applicants will be based at a dedicated innovation space at Meadowbank House, Registers of Scotland’s HQ in Edinburgh.
As well as ensuring the successful delivery of Geovation Scotland, Lyndsey will build on her background in communications and engagement to develop a strong network of supporters and partners and identify and pursue opportunities for collaboration nationwide.
Drawing from her experience in management and administrative positions, Jess is responsible for creating an exciting programme of activity for the Geovation Scotland community, supporting the day to day functioning of the office and providing support and advice for all its members.
Zoe joins Geovation Scotland as part of our Modern Apprenticeship scheme, further highlighting our commitment to help young people into the workplace. With her experience in office administration, Zoe helps the Geovation Scotland department run effectively, ensuring we provide the best possible support for our Start-ups.
Geovation Scotland is a collaboration between Ordnance Survey and Registers of Scotland to help unlock greater value from our national geospatial data assets by supporting entrepreneurs, innovators and developers bring new location data and property services to market.
Ed Klinger, CEO, Flock