We are hiring a Computer Scientist / Developer
We want to hear from you if you’re passionate about bleeding edge open source software development. We need you to help us to grow in the web services market. Being a computer scientist you will be involved in research and prototyping. You will be given the…
Administrative Boundaries > OpenStreetMap
Here at GEOLYTIX we believe that the best available administrative boundaries data should be open and easily accessible. We are a little vain in respect to our maps. Badly fitting boundaries should not be crossed out. Unlike those maps which were used during orienteering with…
Fishnets, Honeycombs and Footballs – Better spatial models with hexagonal grids.
I love the unique mathematical properties of hexagonal tiling for spatial analysis and the inherent possibility to create beautiful bi-variate hex maps. GEOLYTIX asked me to share some of my thoughts about hex grids. What makes them special and why are they better suited for all…
Location Planning and Data Analytics firm Geolytix win Queen’s Award for Enterprise
London-based Geolytix have today won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for creating innovative spatial algorithms that help retailers profitably attract and serve customers in a complex multi-channel world. Despite the massive shift to online, physical stores (for now at least) remain the bedrock of commerce….
- We are hiring a Computer Scientist / Developer
- Administrative Boundaries > OpenStreetMap
- We’re still telling our customers where to go – a year in the world of location planning and network strategy
- Fresh Trader: Can a wholesaler succeed on the high street?
- Fishnets, Honeycombs and Footballs – Better spatial models with hexagonal grids.