Expand your Data Processing Capabilities with FME Server

By Josh Crampton on November 20, 2019. Categorised in Data Management, FME, Services, Software

FME Server displayed on a laptop screen

A number of our customers with experience of FME Desktop, have recently approached us to help them in extending their use of the software. These organisations have enjoyed a lot of success with FME, but they’d also begun to reach limitations with their current Desktop licences. Their sights were firmly set on using FME Server to […]


Journey to the Poles of Inaccessibility

By Josh Crampton on September 10, 2019. Categorised in Consultancy, FME, Maps, Services

Locations of the Poles of Inaccessibility being visited by Chris Brown.

The Project Brief: We were approached by Chris Brown, an individual on a one man mission to travel to 20 identified Poles of Inaccessibility around the world. As leading providers of GIS software and spatial data solutions to the UK market for 25 years, our team were confident that they could meet the customers’ bespoke […]


We’re on G-Cloud 11!

By Josh Crampton on July 8, 2019. Categorised in Services, Software

colleagues bump fists across table in office

Do you need to procure through G-Cloud? Do you have the need for some great miso services? Well, if you answered “yes” to both questions, we have some good news. We’re delighted to announce that, for the 7th year running, we’re listed on the governments’ Digital Marketplace and comply with the latest G-Cloud 11 framework. […]


Leverage your data with improved analytical capabilities

By Josh Crampton on April 30, 2019. Categorised in Data Management, Data Quality, Internet of Things, Services, Uncategorized

To remain relevant in today’s highly-competitive utilities market, companies must make the most of the vast amounts of data that they collect. Both digital and data transformation processes are needed to set these companies along the right transitional path, as they begin to harness the power of analytics. Utilities have been comparatively slow to adopt […]


Asset Management Made Easier with miso & FME

By Josh Crampton on March 19, 2019. Categorised in Consultancy, Data Management, FME, Services, Software

Big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) are making a big difference to the asset management landscape. Asset management is only just beginning to truly recognise the value that these can offer. In an often confusing world full of solutions with futuristic capabilities and the revolutionary promises to match, it can be difficult to know […]


FME 2019 – The Most Exciting Release Yet

By Josh Crampton on February 27, 2019. Categorised in Data Management, FME

The FME 2019 BETA has been available to download since back in August last year, and it’s been a real hit with users. Safe Software have created a huge buzz around the impending release of FME 2019.0, and it’s not without reason… it looks to be the most exciting version yet! Packed to bursting with […]


Getting the most out of Local Authority data

By Sam Cliff on February 21, 2019. Categorised in Uncategorized

When data comes together, it can be powerful. Local Authorities sit in a privileged position, at the cross-hairs of multiple data streams from a variety of sources including police, social care and demographics to name a few. Yet so much of our local authority data is siloed within these individual departments, hindering the value it […]


FME – The Final Piece in Your Data Puzzle

By Josh Crampton on February 14, 2019. Categorised in FME, FME User Experience, Services, Software, Training, Uncategorized

Miso have been happily partnered-up with Safe Software (the creators of FME) for two decades now. During this time, we’ve worked hand-in-hand to promote and accelerate the use of FME across the UK; offering software, valuable services such as training and technical support, and project consultancy. We love FME here at miso, and if you […]


You’re not a GIS Manager – you’re a Data Scientist

By Sam Cliff on February 1, 2019. Categorised in Data Management

It’s time to stop calling yourself a GIS manager and time to call yourself a Data Scientist.  Why?  Because businesses are increasingly bringing Data Scientists into the centre of their businesses to answer their most pressing questions.  GIS managers as a whole are not. So what makes you a Data Scientist? Making sense out of […]