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Geospatial information contributes more than €69m to Irish economy

A report from Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSI) shows that Geospatial information contributes more than €69m to Irish economy.

The geospatial information industry contributed €69.3m to the Irish economy in 2012 and when multiplier impacts are included, this estimate is more than €120m, a new report commissioned by Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSI) suggests.

According to the report, the industry generated sales or output valued at €117.5m in 2012, and spent a total of €84.4m on salaries of 1,677 full-time equivalent persons who were directly employed by the industry, which, in total, supports the employment of 3,087 people.

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