We’re delighted to welcome a new member into the Mapmechanics family – Mr Daniel Campeao. Daniel will be bringing his awesome GIS skills to bear on our expanding Geo Solutions team…
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.
The ‘Wild West’ of Data in the Internet of Things Era
The Internet of Things now provides a great set of opportunities to capture data and monetise it with sales to other third parties.
Five reasons it's time to reconsider night-time deliveries
Here is a list of the major benefits to customers, drivers and companies the relaxation of regulation surrounding night-time deliveries could bring.
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”.
Retrofuturism: looking forward to the driverless car
David Cockrell discusses retrofuturism’s positive outlook on driverless cars and how we are finally beginning to live up to these lofty expectations.
The Marginal Gains Revolution in Final Mile Logistics
Marginal Gains have been in the spotlight for a while, but in recent years the concept has been elevated to new heights within sport, with notable exponents being British Cycling.
Where to invest? How Location Analysis can guide Event Driven strategies
Investors are increasingly looking towards new, non-traditional data sources to provide a deeper level of understanding, and guide their positions in ever changing markets.
Useless IoT Products and how they’re paving the way
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the idea that the majority of machines will soon be connected and communicating to one another via the internet.