Corporate membership is a great way to show your support of the OpenStreetMap project and our work as a non-profit community interest company. The annual fee is £50 for SMEs and other non-profits, whilst for organisations with annual turnovers >£5m the annual fee is £500. Membership includes the following benefits:
- Listing on our website with space for your organisation profile.
- Global coverage: OSMUK CIC Ltd is the local chapter of the OpenStreetMap Foundation, responsible for supporting the project globally.
- If you consume OSM data then you are contributing to the improvement of the quality and coverage of our data and consequently improving the reputation of your service.
- OSMUK logo display on your organisation promotional material.
- Increase your social responsibility profile.
- Regular updates about developments and the work of our community.
- Participate in shaping our direction.
- Fast track access to advice on skills improvement and data entry/consumption.
- Being a member is not expensive and there are lots of opportunities to increase your knowledge, share experiences and get involved.
We would love for you to join our existing members in showing your support for OpenStreetMap in the United Kingdom. To get started please click one of the two links below:
Our corporate members
OpenStreetMap UK is delighted to have the support of the following corporate members. With their support we are working to meet our aims of supporting and growing OpenStreetMap in the UK.
CEN Group is a leading provider of systems into the transport and logistics market place.
Our solutions include vehicle CCTV, advanced telematics, and systems for track and trace. Safety and security, of both people and assets, is the focus of all our solutions.
Our customers include British Airways, The Post Office, Reading Buses, Birmingham Airport, Parks of Hamilton, Volvo and 911 Recovery.
We see OpenStreetMap as being fundamental to the growth of solutions such as ours.
www.centrad.co.uk 14A Tamebridge Industrial Estate, Birmingham, B42 2TX, 0121 696 4784Steve Cross, Technology Director
OpenCage GmbH provides an API service for worldwide forward and reverse geocoding. The underlying data is all open, OpenStreetMap is one of the primary data sources. Customers range from one-man consultancies through to major multinationals.
The key advantage of OpenCage’s service is the combination of the straightforward and flexible terms and generous pricing that open data allows, and enterprise level reliability.
OpenCage is also a corporate member of the OpenStreetMap Foundation and regularly publishes interviews on their blog with OpenStreetMap communities around the world. In addition they also organise the London #geomob event, a regular meetup for location based service developers. Many of the featured projects use OpenStreetMap. It is a great chance to put your finger on the pulse of geo-innovation in the UK in an informal and friendly atmosphere. Please come along to the next #geomob.Ed Freyfogle, Founder
Zoku have developed Hy; a pair of ear-worn computers that augment your reality with virtual audio. With built in microphones, sensors and sound wearable can serve you information and entertainment throughout the day.
Think of being able to navigate a new place with audio clues only. The audio can be seamlessly augmented in to your environment – you can reach you designation by following the sound of venue, or maybe some background information about the location.
Zoku is a trading name of Third Skin Limited.
Transport API is an online service providing UK-wide travel data across rail, bus and car and is Britain’s first, comprehensive open solution for transport data. Transport API was an early pioneer of using open data to build a business and was an early adopter of OpenStreetMap. With key open data feeds including live departures & arrivals, timetables, journey planning, tweet mapping, fares, and performance indicators, there is a large ecosystem of developers and organisations building on the platform.
Most of our data comes from free open data sources, and we pass it on without adding any onerous restrictions. This is very much a deliberate choice on our part, and we’re proud to serve as an example of a business built on open data principles.
thinkWhere has been involved with OpenStreetMap on a number of fronts. We developed the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team’s Tasking Manager v3 in partnership with HOT (pdf). We hold OpenStreetMap within our infrastructure and use it as background mapping which is served out to many of our customers.
Our expertise includes QGIS, PostGIS, QField, GeoServer, MapProxy, and advanced in-house open source GIS developer skills. Our customer sectors are typically Government, Humanitarian, Land & Property, Capital Projects and Data Publishers. As an example in 2019 we developed a new online service in partnership with Falkirk Council which signposts essential services such as food banks, digital access and advice for residents.
We are looking to get involved in similar types of consultancy type projects to develop solutions that make use of or improve the content of OpenStreetMap data. We also host community Missing Maps events in our local area of Stirling, Scotland to help capture OpenStreetMap data in priority areas.
Freegle (www.ilovefreegle.org) is like online dating for stuff. We hook up people who have things they don’t need with people who need things they don’t have. It’s free to join, free to use, and everything on it is free.
We have more than 3 million members across the UK, and we’re run by hundreds of lovely volunteers who give their time and skills for free. Like OpenStreetMap, we are free to use but not free to run, and we are happy to support this wonderful project in our own small way.
Don’t throw it away, give it away!
As Europe’s largest conservation charity, National Trust looks after nature, beauty and history for the nation to enjoy. Thanks to millions of members, volunteers and staff National Trust is able to care for many miles of coastline, woodlands, countryside and hundreds of historic buildings, gardens and precious collections.
In 2019 the National Trust attended our AGM and shared work they were doing to help add paths to OpenStreetMap.
A big thank you to all our corporate members. If you would also like to support OpenStreemMap UK please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can get the registration sorted.