Geospatial data: the language you need to master for IoT fluency
IoT devices are everywhere – and there lies the problem. How do we keep track of every device, keep them maintained, and ensure they get to the right places at the right time in the right way? Geospatial data holds the answer.
Mapmechanics at GeoDATA 2017 London Showcase
GeoDATA 2017 London Showcase is a one-day exhibition in conjunction with a multi-track seminar programme for professionals involved with geospatial data, software and services.
We’re delighted to welcome a new member into the allmapdata family – Mr Daniel Campeao. Daniel will be bringing his awesome GIS skills to bear on our expanding Geo Solutions team…
Mapmechanics at Smart Summit 2017
Smart Summit 2017 is a 2 day conference and exhibition covering the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem and its impact on the digital society. Now in its 3rd year, the event features Europe’s leading Smart Home Summit and a further 5 tracks all designed to complement each other.
5 things about big data your boss needs to know
Learn the five business critical benefits your boss needs to know about leveraging big data ranging from typical cost savings to becoming a more lean and agile business.
Mapmechanics to exhibit at Motor Insurance World 2017
Mapmechanics will be demonstrating our range of data solutions for insurance and telematics applications at Motor Insurance World 2017.
Original research from Mapmechanics reveals roundabout in Oxford as the second most dangerous for cyclists in the country
Research from Mapmechanics revealed a roundabout in Oxford as the second most dangerous roundabout for cyclists, despite £1.35m of improvements in the area.
The Daily Mail - One crash a day involving cyclists and pedestrians
Original research from Mapmechanics on cycling and crashes across the UK was recently featured in an article in The Daily Mail.
Opinion: are driverless cars immoral?
As driverless technology and smart city infrastructure become more ubiquitous, ethical questions surrounding individual agency will become less relevant, as driverless vehicles will synchronise with one another and these urban features.
Uber offers free aggregated and anonymised data from hundreds of thousands online users
A new service Movement was launched, in Ubers own words “a website that uses Uber’s data to help urban planners make informed decisions about our cities”.