GeoSmart works in partnership with leading data, mapping and technology providers. We support the governments Open Data Institute and work closely with organisations such as the Environment Agency and Ordnance Survey in using open data in product solutions.

We are a Value Added Reseller for the British Geological Survey (BGS) and are proud to work closely with a number of commercial partners such as Landmark Information Group, Ambiental and Geo-Spatial Insight. Find out more about our partnerships below.


Ashdown is a geotechnical and environmental consultancy operating from East Sussex and Manchester. Their core business is the design and execution of ground investigations and the provision of geotechnical and ground contamination risk assessment reports.

The RICS Tech Partner Programme is a collaboration platform for innovative data and technology across the globe producing thought leadership, content, and market insight for the profession.


Ambiental specialises in flood risk modelling and works with clients ranging from the World Bank to reinsurers, insurance brokers, multinational businesses, planners and individual home owners.

CentremapsLive is a geo-spatial online portal providing maps, data and enivronmental reports througout the UK. They’ve been a Premier Partner of Ordnance Survey for over 10 years and work with a number of suppliers to deliver the most up to date and accurate information available.

Landmark identify and translate environmental and property risk into facts, insight and opportunity. With data, technology and their team of experts, they deliver intelligence and solutions for informed decisions.

Terrafirma help people and organisations understand their exposure to ground risks through pioneering reports, expert advice and innovative ground risk models.

Data providers

The British Geological Survey is a world-leading surveyor of geology. It focuses on providing reliable and solid science for government, as well as undertaking research to understand earth and environmental processes.

Ordnance Survey produce digital map data, online route planning and sharing services and mobile apps, plus many other location-based products. OS allows their partners to use their geographic data to build innovative products and services for consumers and the business market.