What 1st, 2nd and 3rd party data mean, and how to use them
Have you heard of first, second and third party data? Do you know what they are? Do you know whether or how you’re using them? And why does it matter?
Every business will be a Geodata business in 5 years
You’ll be in the thick of geodata in five years, whatever your business. That’s our confident prediction. In fact, we think it will happen much sooner than that.
Are we moving into Coruscant, MegaCity One or Dome City?
The digital future of the urban landscape and why it matters to your business
Unrealistic drivetimes threaten road safety
Every commercial business needs to set targets and measure compliance, to maximise productivity. But delivery workers are at the mercy of external factors, including highway restrictions and limits, traffic flow, rush hours, congestion and parking availability.
What’s missing from your drivetime calculations?
Calculating drivetime has critical impacts on businesses of different kinds. Which of these do you depend on drivetime insight for?
The return of the delivery bicycle
Cycling – both for work and pleasure – has been experiencing something of a renaissance in the UK in recent years, with 12% of the population cycling every week, as of 2016. And, as retro as it might sound, a growing number of businesses are rediscovering bikes as a valuable part of the logistics mix.
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.
Last Mile Delivery - Transforming the Last Leg in Logistics (Part 2)
Online shopping, same-day delivery and new business models have raised consumer expectations of delivery services to unprecedented heights; triggering a race to meet customer demands for a faster, more efficient and reliable experience.
Here’s part 2 of our look into how supply chains trying to redefine the last mile…