Mapmechanics to attend the RISCAuthority member seminars
RISCAuthority member seminars take place annually in Manchester and London. The seminars feature a high calibre of speakers addressing current issues and topical developments faced by their member insurers.
The Sunday Times - Our algorithms put the likes of Tesco on the map
Founders of Mapmechanics, Mary Short and Chris Greenwood, feature in The Sunday Times Business Section, How We Made It.
Enhanced multi-scenario distribution network modelling with latest version of Optisite, Mapmechanics’ affordable and accessible modelling system
Even faster and more practical real-world planning of distribution networks and warehouse locations can be achieved by logistics and transport analysts and consultants using the latest 2017 version of Optisite.
Mapmechanics consultancy provides location-based market insight into retail merger
Financial institutions are moving to take advantage of locational analysis to establish the future value of Tesco shares in light of this proposed merger.
Kinesis telematics platform provides accurate vehicle speeding reports with hosted HERE Location Platform
Kinesis has selected web map services (WMS) from HERE as an integral feature of its innovative fleet location and driver management solution.
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.
Mapmechanics @ CILT London Region Supply Chain Network
The Supply Chain Network is a learning opportunity for people working within the supply chain in retailers, manufacturers and logistics providers.
The Times - Van crashes rise as drivers rush deliveries to ‘now generation’
Crashes involving vans increased by around a fifth in London and the southeast between 2009 and 2015.