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tomps2: 1Spatial (SPA) H1 20 results presentation to analysts 30.9.20, by CEO & CFO. Video: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2020/10/02/1spatial-spa-interim-results-presentation-september-2020/ Podcast: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/podcasts/
rampmeister: I try to monitor small generally AIM listed companies that make sharp upward spikes in share price That’s how I came across SPA. Pleased to read of their growing pipeline and entry into the Facilities Managemet area for which they have major hopes. They operate in a niche area for which there appears to be a burgeoning demand. The fact that other companies have tried to break into this area albeit without success is testament to the growing demand for SPA’s suite of products. RM
rampmeister: Agreed Seaking1 think this could be an undiscovered little gem. Old Mutual in for 5% plus cluster buying from BOD ahead of interims and at higher level than current. The US business is gaining traction with 19 contracts up from only 2 in 2015. Disposal of EnablesIT business has helped them to maintain laser focus on increasing revenue across all areas. I bought in following enthusiastic Edison Note last May - should be compulsory reading for those interested in SPA. RM
hoverflyman: It turns out that the recommended companies in regard to development of AI are Facebook, Alphabet and primarily nVidia whose website professes their GPU (?graphics processing unit... not sure about that acronym) to be developed primarily with AI in mind. But the relevance of SPA might be its possession of lots of data.. however the website reads "1Spatial Group manages the world’s largest Spatial Big Data and work with the users and the creators of the largest geospatial databases, helping them collect, store, manage and interpret location-specific information".. so I don't know how much the Group actually owns!
napoleon 14th: Dunno about seat belts (!) but I doubled my stake earlydoors & SPA seems to be doing a nice gig since then.....
mwaller: Thought you may find this interesting. SPA R&D and strategic partnering with Esri. (Text below). http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/1spatial-exhibitor-and-presenter-at-2015-esri-european-user-conference/455378Esri is to the Geospatial world what Microsoft is to the business world - with as it turns out a similar big data headache. How to handle effectively on the "Desk Top" or increasingly the "Cloud" the explosion of Spatial data types their customers are experiencing. In the old world spatial datasets were relatively small and restricted to a departmental niche so Esri could handle this. The new world with expanding spatial data types with shift to digitisation and Cloud in contrast is putting these traditional spatial processing engines and customers under pressure. Now Esri are able to bundle SPA technology into their customer base as an integral part of their solution offering. This is a win-win-win as Esri fixes their customers biggest headache, and SPA get access to a growing base of customers who are facing this challenge of managing and integrating huge and complex spatial datasets. The release of this product 1Integrate for ArcGIS and formal mobilisation of SPA Esri partnership is therefore a big milestone on the SPA development roadmap. This is one of the biggest partnering opportunities for SPA to date to form a strategic alliance with the biggest global GIS player and will surely start to bring results. ----In Esri Technology1Spatial Exhibitor and Presenter at 2015 Esri European User Conference (EUC)1Spatial, the global spatial software firm which manages the world's largest spatial data, will be an exhibitor and presenter at the upcoming 2015 Esri European User Conference (EUC), taking place between 14–16 October, in Salzburg, Austria. The company will be exhibiting at stand 7.The event is open to new and existing users of Esri technology and will be an exciting opportunity to learn first-hand about the latest advances in Esri technology. During the conference the 1Spatial team will be exhibiting and demonstrating their 1Integrate for ArcGIS solution.Bob Chell, Head of Consultancy at 1Spatial, will present on Thursday 15th October between 3.15pm and 4.30pm in the Partner Track. He will demonstrate how 1Integrate for ArcGIS provides automated data validation and management for the ArcGIS platform. The solution helps improve data so that business processes are fit for purpose in decision making, customer engagement and regulatory compliance.In the session you will also hear how many organisations are becoming more effective, transforming their internal operations and improving customer experience. With the scale and complexity of spatial information that organisations are increasingly facing, the right solutions are needed to define and drive data excellence.
mwaller: Hey Yump still here and watching SPA and the Spatial industry closely.Great things are still happening in the GeoSpatial market. As with SPA, everything is heading in the right direction. The business is executing against plan as laid out so there are no concerns or issues. The market continues to evolve very rapidly. The Spatial data "capture, curation, consumption" process is fast becoming a critical element to manage for those organisations relying on spatial data outputs. No firm has the SPA IP and engine that can handle this problem at the necessary scale and reliability to meet these needs. With their blue chip operational reference base that execute this process for the biggest and best in the industry SPA are therefore well placed at the forefront of this market. This leadership is now visible and verifiable. The last couple of recent news releases and video with the chief exec from OSI show 1SMS is now operational and generating results for those advanced organisations deploying it. This is a key message to the market that the technology they need to secure their business is ready and works. Crucially as the market grows, this capability need applies more and more to a broader set of organisations as their scope and reliance on spatial big data increases. Digitisation provides a further catalyst creating new opportunities for disruptive spatially orientated business models and services. Imagine all the commercial drone data and its application for instance. Cloud based Spatial big data services that offer a curate once consume many service to organisations (imagine a commercial advanced Google maps) that need a Spatially aware context for their operations BUT do not have the means to produce this themselves are another example of emergent opportunities. For instance smart cities will need to combine from everywhere, transform, and publish Spatial datasets at scale from a central hub, requiring highly specialised skills and technology to achieve this. The value for consumers is all in the integration, freshness, and reliability. The engine to process this - not unlike what is already operational in OSI and OSGB could be from SPA. To illustrate further here are some current good examples of the state and continued industry evolution and shifts that provide the operating context for SPA and why SPA remains a very good investment. This is fairly long but a solid overview of the market - the real action is stateside: http://www10.giscafe.com/blogs/gissusan/2015/01/27/giscafe-voice-techno-predictions-for-2015/Excerpt: "In the United States alone, geospatial data and services are estimated to generate $1.6 trillion annually."Data has become one of the most talked about topics in the geospatial world, and not surprisingly. For many years, data has been a big topic, but much data has been inaccessible, and now there are various ways of being able to access it without such great cost.For 2015, data is a big topic. The W3C and the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) announced a new collaboration to improve interoperability and integration of spatial data on the Web. Spatial data -describing geographic locations on the earth and natural and constructed features- enriches location-based consumer services, online maps, journalism, scientific research, government administration, the Internet of Things, and many other applications."Location, as well as providing context to much of today's online information, is vital to the emerging field of connected devices," said Ed Parsons, Geospatial Technologist at Google. "Through this collaboration we hope to make the understanding of geospatial knowledge a fundamental component of the Web."And another good related article: http://www10.giscafe.com/blogs/mobilegis/2015/02/01/google-and-esri-surprise/#more-1154"Last week we asked Is Google were getting out of the Mapping Game?. Now we read Google and Esri are working closely together.Curiouser and curiouser.Repeating ourselves, we live in exciting, changing times.(Esri and Google .. we think building this type of relationship is excellent news and long overdue)."You may recall from an earlier post last October that SPA have formed a strategic alliance with Esri to include 1SMS as their data curation engine... As they don't have this power. Are you making connections yet?In summary the spatial big data market is alive and kicking and continues to evolve at an incredible pace. SPA remains well placed at the forefront to capitalise this opportunity. They raised the new cash at 6p. I got in at 2p and am very happy. I continue to accumulate and remain VERY confident my investment thesis for SPA remains both sound and well placed to bank the growth opportunity that is there in Spatial Big Data....
mwaller: Evening all,I see another announcement today. A key contract extension to further expand the SPA technology into this very mission critical spatial big data management process. The US census is one of the most technologically advanced and demanding spatial big data problems on the planet! This is good news, and plays to the below post I have made as further follow up to the Spatial Big Data roadshow for those interested. I want to highlight and illustrate what SPA has which is unique and how they are approaching the market and how I think this can play out well for us longer term investors. SPA is helping their clients manage big data growth by addressing this in two ways ... Using their expertise and deep understanding of customer needs by doing innovation themselves like producing the SPA Management Suite and 1Edit, and to complete the offering, partnering with other technology providers to form a single best-of-breed solution that can help their customers: a) lower the total cost of ownership for necessary and complex spatial big data solutionsb) improve the overall business effectiveness by enabling them to adapt and scale to a changing worldc) drive new business models, lines of business, and revenue streams for customersd) as the customer scale expands - do more with lessCritically for us investors, SPA know they need to partner, as does the industry; the whole expanded solution set doesn't and can't all come from one single company. This will become a key trend in Spatial Big Data as it is and has been with non spatial business for decades already. The driver for this is happening as the scale, need and complexity of spatial data problems and solutions moves from back-street to main-street and continues to expand in traditional user bases (eg governments, mapping agencies, utilities, etc) and into a new ones (eg global corporations like retailers and CPGs capitalising on access to Spatial data in new ways), and being applied for results in new ways (eg in store retail consumers mobile segmentation and targeted personal advertising on the fly) I believe in both existing and new domains SPA can add winning value with its proven core IP, expertise, and pedigree installed base of A list customers - to a consortium tendering for a complex end-to-end spatial big data management solution. This should make them a viable and attractive partnering vehicle for bigger deep pocketed players with a global reach - who don't have their equivalent technology - to make the winning difference to a prospective bid. Why? They have enough track record and proof points with the UK and Ireland OS, Utilities and US census, as well as many other specialised customers. They have expertise to make the difference and become the partner of choice with their technology as the key differentiator that can make the difference to win bids. I have witnessed this first hand in the early days of another global enterprise technology as it went mainstream and it can make a huge difference to scale and reach. As an investor, what I find great about this is, with this type of strategic partnering, the core effort and resources necessary to expand a global footprint and execute on multiple fronts can go much much further than would otherwise allow in a go it alone strategy. Another partner who is much bigger and has much deeper pockets, but has less core IP can bring scale, reach and credibility to the table to form a win-win-win scenario. This is how £18M a hefty chunk, but still a relatively small drop of change in the multi billions global spatial data market can go much much further if spent wisely on say developing out the core IP, nurturing strategic relationships, and building a robust expanded delivery and support execution capability. I see this as a strong possibility as a route for SPA revenue and profit expansion down the line. Moreover, the know how to execute this strategy resides in the present leadership team. The catalyst for market growth and trend is that their target customer base either through legislation or market forces, increasingly recognise they must better understand and address their spatial big data challenges on scale, and figure out fast how and what they can link to that data and bundle it to commercialise it. They know with increasing demands and costs and scarcer budgets, if they are not to hit a wall, they must take steps now to become more effective as a businesses to remain viable. This is therefore becoming ever more important to those businesses public and private sector alike. These organisations will turn more and more to specialists and consortia with a proven results delivery track record and technology to help them address this, rather than do nothing or risk going it alone in a traditional increasingly high risk (as technology, complexity and needs increase) build / single vendor vs buy proven complete solution scenario. They will necessarily opt for the fastest most cost effective lowest risk highest track record of results by default. The Spatial Big data industry is therefore now starting to go through a big structural change and SPA is right in the middle of it - positioned well with core IP and global specialised brand to capitalise for these reasons. Key global Markets supported by SPA - all looking to become more effective and efficient and needing to do more with less, whilst under pressure to keep their expanding cost base down: - Land management - National mapping- Utilities- Telecoms- Central and Local govt- Emergency services- DefenceSmart cities are also taking off, with more investment abroad than in than Europe, as we see in reports, particularly that in the mega city growth areas of Asia, Middle and Far East. Spatial Big Data expansion is the catalyst that is blowing the traditional spatial big data management processes apart, and SPA is there with a proven answer to the problem, and a means to execute the solution. This is what SPA does as a core, helping customers with the right package solutions and partners to address their specific but good for us growing problems. SPA already partners with some industry heavyweights and strategic niche providers like: Oracle EsriSafe software Latitude graphics Snowflake softwareAnd we also see again LSI for US Census by way of a concrete example to illustrate the above points. When we intersect the growth of spatial big data in the likes of smart cities, (see previous posts), the proven technology innovation and IP SPA has, the resources and ability to do winning partnering, and finally track the similar parallels of past high growth industry cycles like ERP and the commercial enterprise space, of which Spatial Big Data Management is a parallel core process looking for a solution for those enterprises with the problem, we must be optimistic for this share. Today's announcement was another proof point that reenforces my SPA investment theses. I believe we will start to see this all playing out more and more over the coming months and years. For those interested I have one last post based on the roadshow that illustrates what I believe SPA has as a unique technology to transform the Spatial Big Data Management to process - which is perhaps also in part at least what these customers and strategic partners are seeing also...
mwaller: Morning all Just been doing a bit more research for those interested in more details around yesterday's press release on ELF (European Location Framework) . At a headline what I find encouraging is this announcement further cements SPAs core reputation and track record as a world class key infrastructure provider to major bodies and organisations requiring mission critical spatial data solutions. It further validates our understanding there are not any viable alternate places besides SPA you can go to for managing the scaleable high demand Spatial Big Data lifecycle management processes. Looking forwards besides some share of a €13m 3 year plus long term revenue stream, and spin off services enabled from this ELF platform, this reference can only help SPA new business growth as more and more organisations who have pressing and growing spatial big data problems will look for proof of scaleability, capability and safe reputation by selecting a high caliber vendor/ consortium to deliver them their respective can't fail must scale solutions - and now with Star they can cover this off end to end, taking an even bigger share of the possible pie. With this announcement we see that SPA continues to establish a very credible foothold in key large scale reference markets that lock them in and others out for the very long term. As capability, stakes capacity and solution demands grow, other market dynamics kick in - the risks for prospective clients get lower dealing with SPA and higher with alternatives (eg former OS/Tadpole) -(government led / backed organisations especially) creating an established SPA beachhead for future growth and bolt on services as the market and customer organisation and services offerings further evolve with increased capabilities, demand and utility . In summary all round positive news very much in the big picture and key proof points we are still on a good track. Here are some supporting details I picked up: We were all aware of the UK OS and US census, but this European ELF programme is of greater stature - as its harmonisation and publishing data on a European interoperability level - turning the EU into a single "pan european multi-country mapping agency" from a spatial data lifecycle management perspective, with the customers eyes (ELF Sponsors) then set further on the global spatial data interoperability vision. This can only be good news. This is a huge long term scale and undertaking, this tranche lasting three years and already stated for consortium members beyond - also reaching down into the countries and specialist data providers, and stimulating the building out a myriad of value added services on this Pan European to local newly created and presented dataset. The ELF programme and the constituent parties - from other national mapping agencies to other consortium members is using SPA engines to do the heavy spatial data lifting. This is key. What I find most encouraging in the big picture, is that this just builds a huge credibility on scale and further presence and reputation in Europe - that's also a synergy to Star - and stems back to earlier work started by SPA at the EU level in 2007, on a programme as a precursor to ELF (INSPIRE - see below) and ties in also with the UK OS, also as one of the national member bodies to ELF. They are starting to own the whole Spatial Data Value Chain from local to national to supranational (Euro Regional) and a plotted path to global from this base. They also now with Star have the ability to bundle data and services to the downstream data providers and consumers at all these different levels. The upside potential for addressable market is therefore huge and just got closer. As these cross nation and within nation foundation platforms come online powered by SPA engines I fully expect we will start to see this playing out in various ways commercially for SPA. Below some research with excerpts that highlight the above perspectives and in particular SPA customer and consortium member perspectives that influence my view...if you want to read the details for background go ahead the white paper is very educational for those that are in the mood for a spatial soaking ;-) Press release 10th July UK OS - scope and perspective and outlook for ELF the full release goes into much more detail http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/european-location-framework-project-one-reference-geo-information-service-f/338971 ...John Carpenter, Ordnance Survey's Director of Strategy, said: "Together with organisations across Europe, including UK partners, this project (ELF) has provided an opportunity for Ordnance Survey to contribute to and deliver a European spatial data infrastructure (SDI). The project shows how government, industry and academia can sucessfully work together in supporting the wider use of geo-information and enable the creation of innovative value-added services."The ELF platform will add value to INSPIRE data by accomplishing cross border harmonisation to enable INSPIRE services to be utilised and shared, provide easy access and connection to SME applications, and provide authoritative National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) data to inform European policy decision making.""The consortium is committed to continue to provide the ELF Platform beyond the end of the project, to enable growth in the use and re-use of trustworthy, accurate and re-usable official reference geo-information on not only a European, but global level.News April 2011 (approx) foundation programme to ELF showing track record key role and SPA core USP in managing spatial data lifecycle and positive reputation earned across the consortium leading to ELF...the release has more...http://www.geoconnexion.com/news/more-work-for-1spatial-following-esdin-project/Cambridge-based 1Spatial has announced the successful conclusion of the European Spatial Data Infrastructure with a Best Practice Network (ESDIN) project and the company's new engagement with EuroGeographics to assist with the data quality assurance of their EuroRegionalMap (ERM) data.......A path has been prepared for on-going development and delivery of processes, specifications and interoperable service prototypes in addition to the elaboration of the European Location Framework (ELF).The data quality and edge matching recommendations, demonstrated with 1Spatial's Radius Studio solution, were well received by the partners involved in the project. As a result, EuroGeographics has engaged 1Spatial to exploit the outcomes of ESDIN and use a Radius Studio-based, automatic data quality evaluation solution to assist in the cost and time effective delivery of high quality ERM data to Eurostat in January 2012.Dr Antti Jakobsson, Programme Manager for EuroGeographics said: "We selected 1Spatial to continue the quality work in order to establish ESDIN results in our EuroRegionalMap production line. Our aim is to use best practices for the quality evaluation and to ensure that our products meet high standards. Our customers want reliable and consistent products so that they may use them for analysing environment change, risk analysis and other geospatial analysis. Therefore we think quality is our number one priority...INSPIRE - background - in which SPA also played a pivotal role to members in getting their data into shape and compliant for INSPIRE interoperability standards and processes - a foundation for ELF. INSPIRE (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community) is a European Directive which aims to establish an infrastructure for spatial information in Europe to support Community environmental policies, and policies or activities, which may have an impact on the environment. It comprises legislation to make data and services discoverable and interoperable across Europe. As a result of this legislation, public sector data providers across Europe are now starting to publish their data to common specifications and using common web service standards, thus making the data and services interoperable across Europe. For more information see: http://inspire.jrc.ec.europa.eu/ELF white paper... That covers off a lot of the stuff that SPA does in Data QAhttp://www.elfproject.eu/sites/default/files/ELF%20White%20Paper.pdf
mwaller: Morning all, I have gone through the above linked report (thanks TSMITH2 - good read) and the release. I believe SPA can and will deliver. I do understand the concerns raised by some on the release, there could be more forward transparency. However having read the report, which is very thorough, I maintain the fundamentals I backed for the core opportunity remain the same. I am heavily invested for what I believe are sound reasons: there remains a strong upside opportunity driven by core IP, unique capabilities and a today growth market catalyst. It is of course speculative, and we need to see hard results come through to evidence. They project both revenue and margin growth pc for FY 14 (54/59), FY 15 (30/66), this is respectable. I believe there is nothing to doubt at this stage that this can't and won't happen . On the contrary, having gone through the report which underpins my own understanding and research - I am further encouraged. The report gives a thoroughly good insight to the strategy that needs to be executed, and outlines clearly the opportunity and considerations. It goes into quite some detail, and provides conservative projections. It explains SPAs market USP, and why their technology is able to compete against much bigger and more powerful competitors. SPA have had to be under very recent scrutiny by key institutions participating in the placing addressing the core market fundamentals of the opportunity and SPAs position within it. Therefore everything is as was before results. There are even speculative opportunities and possibilities beyond those noted in the report (e.g Hadoop) as previously mentioned.Indeed in the report we have confirmation of the imminent launch of the new 1Spatial Management Suite in August. A flagship customer that has adopted this Suite (SMS1) prior to formal launch, and the Star-Apic acquisition is just starting to be integrated into SMS1 - easily because they have the same core technology. (SMS1 and object orientation is explained well in the report). By way of example of the type of advances recently made under the new leadership, as part of the results of productisation, you can see the 1Edit webcasts. This is an example of a new innovative product incorporated in a Suite fixes a key spatial data management problem in the core customer base, enabling new capabilities, and reenforces their existing technologies. It differentiates SPA from competitors by using its big data technology to make scale mobile edits possible. Much larger competitors cannot address this scale and therefore spatial big data management problem the same way due to their technology limitations. This creates a problem for them and an opportunity for SPA. Anybody (who cares to look) can simply understand what this 1Edit add-on does and the innovative value proposition by watching the webcast. Spatial also starts to get main-stream simple using this technology. Its accessible to many more, not just trained boffins. With the Star-Apic capabilities they can now actually bundle and publish mapping data into their core (customers) customers like Utilities. They do now for the first time have complete scope coverage to meet national customer spatial big data needs, alongside the commercial base, which is huge. They each no longer need to partner to offer an end to end solution as previously. Customers do not need to go to a competitor to get a complete or part solution to compliment the SPA offering. This is very significant from a software solutions provider perspective in terms of competing and addressable market size. These are presumably some of the "facts" underpinning the revenue and margin uplift forecasts. Therefore this is a very astute acquisition; money well spent. A complimentary bolt on to SPA technology, building both market and geographic presence. Given the evolving Spatial Big Data market, in this case, the sum of the whole is certainly greater than the parts. SPA is better off with than without, as is Star-Apic. Modernising established players which own core IP to compete for the new arising opportunities is a very legitimate strategy, and a proven core competence within SPA leadership. Established smaller players have numerous advantages over start ups if they can be be reinvigorated. SPA itself has been reinvigorated. With the Placing, admission of David Richards - a proven software industry executive with a track record of delivery, and some possible interesting direction in Hadoop Big data, there is definitely an intention and base capability at all necessary levels to succeed. The products of SPA/Star-Apic would and should continue to evolve and adapt from their heritage. Every software business does this. It's expected by customers and shareholders alike. Any software company without continued innovation and development to keep its ideas, offerings and capabilities fresh the company dies. Product and service innovation is the source of growth for every healthy software business. What SPA have previously developed is ready, implemented and proven, in whats globally recognised as the worlds most advanced national mapping agency no less (noted also in report)! They were a key reference point for the US Census. They have established customers acquired over many years, with some prolific new ones and key renewals in the past 12 months. They can now address this base and market with new offerings, to a broader audience, wrapped in the 1Spatial Management Suite, and target new customers alike. They are evolving their offerings to better address growing market needs, to further strengthen their core position. They can with the 1SMS suite manage publish and analyse huge spatial datasets. This is a unique capability.We of course need to see this "opportunity" coming through, in contract awards, revenue growth, and profits - evidenced sooner than later, and surely my expectation is we will. We need to give the leadership leeway and time to execute their gameplan. SPA has just now entered the early growth stage. This is still relatively speaking very near to the start of the journey and we have a long way to go. There is a lot of commercial opportunity and share-price upside - so long as they continue to execute. The projections underpinning this are also outlined in the report. This will be driven and underwritten by real growth in revenues and profits as they take marketshare and not just sheer speculation.Lastly, to keep things in perspective, look back: give the new leadership some credit. They have indeed come a long long way. Its not the same company as even just a year ago.They have already managed to get SPA so far and well positioned to now credibly compete globally as a "player", and capitalise the spatial big data opportunity. They are already having somebodies lunch at the US Census Bureau. Think about SPA before the recent placing. Go back further to old AVI or old SPA. Read and digest the report and draw your own conclusions. Has this Placing and acquisition and the 1Spatial Management Suite productisation efforts not created potentially so many more opportunities and upside for us as shareholders? Are we now not all better off with the new SPA than the SPA of a year ago or even two months ago - when we consider the range of possibilities opened up ahead to lock in opportunity, growth, and upside?SPA leadership to their credit have acquired the chance and the resources to show the market what they can do. They already are and they they will continue to do so - why not? We the shareholders will all continue to watch carefully, and as SPA execute we will all be rewarded.Good luck to everyone - what ever you all decide to do. Those that join and stay - hang on!
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