Jeremy Morley is Chief Geospatial Scientist at Ordnance Survey. He has worked in geospatial research since the mid-90s, starting in the former Dept. Photogrammetry and Surveying at University College London before moving to the University of Nottingham in 2009 as Geospatial Science Theme Leader in the Nottingham Geospatial Institute.
At Ordnance Survey he leads the Research team who carry out research and innovation in collaboration with universities, standards bodies and other research organisation. The team also promotes spatial literacy, geospatial education and the use of Ordnance Survey’s geospatial data in higher education. OS’ research interests span a range from the technological, e.g geospatial and the Internet of Things and Connected & Autonomous Vehicles, through geospatial techniques such as 3D data capture and modelling, to the human and social, such as crowd-sourcing and vernacular geography.