GeoSpock, which offers an “extreme-scale” spatial big data integration platform for faster parallel processing, is opening two new offices in Singapore and Japan. Cambridge, UK-headquartered GeoSpock’s expansion into Asia will see the company “further deepen its existing partnerships” and “identify new opportunities for growth” within the smart cities, IoT, enterprise, assets and logistics market segments, said the company.
Sean Kim has been appointed as vice president of Asia and will be responsible for “growing brand advocacy and revenues”. GeoSpock’s customers and partners include the Singapore Land Authority and X-locations, a Japanese-based artificial intelligence (AI) platform, in addition to Cambridge City Council in the UK. GeoSpock’s spatial big data platform is aimed at anything from maximising profitability by optimising commercial operations to cutting harmful emissions by reducing traffic congestion.
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