Your ideas are individual, so they require an individual approach. Our collaborative development process leads to robust, dependable and highly available digital solutions.
We are privileged to work with a diverse range of partners and client organisations, and look forward to working with you.
The Scottish Government
We developed the Scottish Government's Spatial Data Discovery Service, which is also hosted and maintained at EDINA. We are a member of the Scottish Spatial Information Board, which forms part of the Scottish Government Spatial Data Infrastructure (Scottish SDI).
The University of Edinburgh
We frequently collaborate with The University of Edinburgh, our host organisation; a Russell Group university ranked amongst the top twenty in the world. Recent partners have included the departments of English Literature, Informatics and the Institute for Academic Development.
Economic and Social Research Council
The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funds the UK Data Service Census Support service which EDINA has provided for many years, previously as UKBORDERS. We have also conducted project work for the ESRC, most recently Cartogrammar.
The COBWEB (Citizen OBservatory WEB) project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration.
European Citizen Science Association
In connection with the COBWEB project, we are members of the European Citizen Science Association (ECSA) which is a growing network of organizations and individuals from over 17 EU countries and different fields.
ISSN International Centre
The Keepers Registry has been developed jointly by EDINA and the ISSN International Centre in Paris, with the ISSN Register, the authoritative source for the identification of serial publications worldwide.
National Library of Scotland
We have worked closely with National Library of Scotland on a number of projects over the years, most recently historic maps from 1890s were scanned and geo-referenced by the National Library of Scotland and generously donated for inclusion in Digimap for Schools.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
- New York
The Mellon Foundation funds the Hiberlink project, run by EDINA in collaboration with the Los Alamos National Laboratory Research Library and the Language Technology Group in Informatics at the University of Edinburgh.
Open Geospatial Consortium
EDINA has been a member of the OGC since 1999 and co-Chairs its University Working Group. In addition we deploy industry-approved geospatial standards, such as those developed and promoted by the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
The UK Location Metadata Editor (MDE) is provided by EDINA and Jisc as part of the UK Location Infrastructure (UK LI) and contributes to the Data.Gov.UK initiative.
We have been working with Brainnwave to research and develop innovative data science capabilities that support their mission to make the world’s data discoverable, accessible and usable.