GeoSpock is the leader in databases for handling extreme-scale data in real-time. It is based on research carried out by Dr. Steve Marsh at Cambridge University on custom-supercomputers for carrying out real-time simulation of the human brain.

Real-time analytics of geospatial data can be mission critical where sub-second response to events is needed, e.g., emergencies. 

Using our technology, businesses can process extremely granular customer movement data - allowing brick and mortar stores to compete with online leaders. Our technology can enable prediction and avoidance and traffic bottlenecks, thereby allowing better use of physical infrastructure for V2Vand V2X applications.

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HQCambridge, GB
Size (employees)45 (est)+3%
GeoSpock was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Cambridge, GB
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GeoSpock Office Locations

GeoSpock has an office in Cambridge
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GeoSpock Financials and Metrics

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GeoSpock total Funding

$17.5 m

GeoSpock latest funding size

$6.60 m

Time since last funding

10 months ago

GeoSpock investors

GeoSpock's latest funding round in February 2018 was reported to be $6.6 m. In total, GeoSpock has raised $17.5 m
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Shedding light on energy-saving ports

Ports can slash energy costs by adopting an effective energy management program, with smart illumination sensors at major facilities across Europe and beyond helping to provide a range of valuable benefits to operators. The systems, which light up only when vehicles or people are in close vicinity, …

Artificial intelligence could change the way you eat by 2050

Our lead data scientist, Felix Sanchez-Garcia shares his views on how artificial intelligence could change London life by 2050. Read the full article here.   The post Artificial intelligence could change the way you eat by 2050 appeared first on GeoSpock.

How data can improve healthcare in smart cities

The ability to analyse big data so possible links can be identified between health status and specific urban environments could help to towards prevention and early intervention of numerous chronic conditions whilst improving efficiencies within future healthcare provision. The UK’s National Health …

Smart City World Congress

13th – 15th Nov 2018 Barcelona | Gran Via Venue The post Smart City World Congress appeared first on GeoSpock.

Smart City 2050

6th December, 2018 Exeter Racecourse, Devon The post Smart City 2050 appeared first on GeoSpock.

Smart ports aren’t just more IO on your laptop.

Smart technology, underpinned by big data, is being utilised to expand capacities at major ports across Europe and beyond, with developers in a race against the clock to ensure their facilities do not fall behind rivals in logistical capabilities. Aside from processing more than 60 million domestic …
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GeoSpock Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was GeoSpock founded?

    GeoSpock was founded in 2013.

  • How many employees does GeoSpock have?

    GeoSpock has 45 employees.

  • Who are GeoSpock competitors?

    Competitors of GeoSpock include Applied Research Associates, Sonalysts and IroquoiSystems.

  • Where is GeoSpock headquarters?

    GeoSpock headquarters is located at 4 Newmarket Rd, Cambridge.

  • Where are GeoSpock offices?

    GeoSpock has an office in Cambridge.

  • How many offices does GeoSpock have?

    GeoSpock has 1 office.