On Wednesday this week we are running our first #DefraDataHour. This blog post is to tell you why.
Weybridge APHA laboratory was opened in 1917. For 100 years they have made significant contributions to securing a sustainable and safe food supply, improving animal health and welfare, protecting human health, crops and the environment from emerging threats and supporting international trade …
There’s plenty to do but how do we balance daily demands with delivering what’s really, really important to Defra?
Environment Agency Geomatics experts Andrew Richman and Crispin Hambidge explain how satellite and LiDAR are helping Enforcement Officers identify agricultural runoff.
A blog about Defra's digital delivery principles and why they are important.
Daniel Hallam from the Marine Management Organisation tells us that his job has just as much focus on people as it does on data.
Data is a valuable asset. We need to make sure we're treating it that way.
Yesterday we asked Defra's Chief Operating Officer, Betsy Bassis, what 'data-driven Defra' means for her.
On 13 January 2017 we explored digital solutions to problems Defra field workers have with technology. Find out more about the day in our blog.
Now that four of the European Space Agency’s Sentinel satellites are operational (Sentinel-1 a and b, Sentinel-2a, Sentinel-3a), there is a huge opportunity for Defra, along with many other UK government departments and organisations.