We are actively monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact to our employees, suppliers and customers.
Our staff are working remotely and will continue providing technical support, mapping services and sales advice. Please do not hesitate to contact us via phone and email.
In keeping with government advice, we are minimising all face to face meetings. Video and conference calls are in use to avoid non-essential contact.
We understand that business continuity is also important for our customers, therefore we are providing advice on deploying our software to remote workers. Please contact us for further information.
Take care and stay safe
The Pear Technology Team
Pear Technology will be exhibiting at the Farm Business Innovation Show this week on 7th & 8th November. You can get yourself free tickets from the link below. Find us on stand 2884.
We have a range of new items to show you including the online MapShop, new GPS devices, more government datasets and a look at future developments.
Freddie Ryan and Charlie Farrington who both look after the rural sector will be at the show, accompanied by Jonathan Smith and Mark Lloyd across the two days.
We hope to see as many of our existing customers as possible as well as all other visitors who have an interest in digital mapping.
Pear Technology are excited to be running a workshop at next week’s NALC Annual Conference in collaboration with GeoXphere and Bluesky.
The workshop will spread the word about how councils should be using digital mapping to harness local knowledge in order to better understand and serve their local area. Digital mapping can seem daunting at first but our workshop will help explain the different options available and demystify the process of putting your council on the map.
The workshop will be held on 30th October at 16.00 – 17.00 and again at 17.00 – 18.00 in the Explorer room.
To read more about the workshop and conference in general visit the NALC website here:- https://www.nalc.gov.uk/annualconference
To read more about Pear Technology and GeoXphere’s partnership agreement you can read our press release here:- https://www.peartechnology.co.uk/geoxphere-and-pear-technology.
Have you ever noticed the top of our trig pillars have a brass insert? This feature was to enable a theodolite mounted on a three-legged adaptor plate to automatically centre itself over the pillar.
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Have you ever noticed the top of our trig pillars have a brass insert? This feature was to enable a theodolite mounted on a three-legged adaptor plate to automatically centre itself over the pillar.— Ordnance Survey (@OrdnanceSurvey) August 27, 2020
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