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.
HQCambridge, GB
Size (employees)44 (est)+3%
GeoSpock was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Cambridge, GB
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Key People/Management at GeoSpock

Richard Baker

Richard Baker

Steve Marsh

Steve Marsh

Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Ian Hammond

Ian Hammond

Simon Peace

Simon Peace

Allen Dickson

Allen Dickson

Chief Commercial Officer
Huw Jenkins

Huw Jenkins

Chief Engineering Officer
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GeoSpock Office Locations

GeoSpock has an office in Cambridge
Cambridge, GB (HQ)
4 Newmarket Rd
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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

8 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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Financial Leverage

1.1 x
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GeoSpock Online and Social Media Presence

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GeoSpock Blogs

Supercharging customer research through big data

The ability to create and address unique audiences based on consumers’ behaviours when doing customer research can give companies a vital edge in digital advertising, with the difference in campaign outcomes “like night and day”, according to GeoSpock’s VP Product Management, Ben Manning. Beyond the…

Harnessing the true potential of geospatial data

Ben Manning, VP Product Management shares his views on Geospatial World. He discusses how geospatial data plays an essential role in our everyday lives, and how unimaginably vast volumes of data are continually generated by the physical world, delivering an unprecedented opportunity to understand wh…

GeoSpock has been shortlisted in the UK Business Tech Awards

Today the team at GeoSpock received fantastic news that we have been shortlisted in the ‘Data Pioneer of the Year’ category for the UK Business Tech Awards. The winners will be announced at the Montcalm Marble Arch in London on the evening of the 20th November. The post GeoSpock has been shortlisted…

GeoSpock discusses big data processing techniques to streamline analytics

GeoSpock’s lead data scientist Felix Sanchez-Garcia recently spoke with Tech Target about how analyzing raw data has become a complex task that companies are often underprepared for as data sets continue to grow. The article focuses on how to create smarter data processing techniques. To read the fu…

Smart cities need to ‘speed up’ infrastructure upgrades

Urban development planners are in a race against time to ensure they have adopted a truly smart approach before population growth stretches their infrastructure to breaking point over the next three decades, according to GeoSpock CEO Richard Baker. Over the next 30 years, the percentage of the world…

Why it’s not only technology, but communities that make cites smart.

How community is crucial to a smart approach Cities across the world are waking up to the fact that they must engage communities – and not just integrate state-of-the-art technology and data management systems – if they are to be considered as truly ‘smart’. Arguably nowhere has this been more consp…
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