Urban tree tagging, application-augmented neighbourhood safety and more….
Ten British startups have been awarded £1.5 million in Cabinet Office funding to help deliver innovative new ways to use location-based data.
The Geospatial Commission, established by the Cabinet Office, held an open call for new methods of using location-data for daily use last year.
Here they can run analysis on the data and manager user privileges.
Simon Smart, Senior Environmental Consultant at Black Sheep Countryside Management commented on their site that: “Coreo makes it so easy to set up, record and analyse data from our project, and the data is also optimal quality for scientific use – we relied on paper based records before!”
Routing Innovation through Data Engineering (RIDE)