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1spatial Plc LSE:SPA London Ordinary Share GB00BFZ45C84 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.99% 50.00 48.00 52.00 51.00 50.00 50.50 76,806 13:41:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 24.6 -1.4 -1.0 - 55

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/6/2013
11:48
Cheers Tech. I said a few weeks back we would not get down to 7p, kept quiet whilst hovering around 7.12p but the chart shows we should head north again next.
412069
27/6/2013
11:46
L2 5-2, picked up another 25k
tech
27/6/2013
11:34
i'm gonna regret not buying more down here arent i
mmelody
27/6/2013
11:29
Tech.. if your about hows L2 looking!
412069
27/6/2013
07:12
Morning all, lets see if we can keep hold of 9p this time after the results.
412069
26/6/2013
21:52
massive after hour trades wtf!
mmelody
26/6/2013
13:58
Thanks Tech,
412069
26/6/2013
13:33
L2 4-1 could pop with a few more buys, picked up another 25k
tech
26/6/2013
13:28
Anyone fancy we pop up a touch before the close! Dont have L2 but i can feel it in my waters as old dears say.
412069
26/6/2013
09:45
do results matter these days?? good, bad, ugly - AIM market never really cares that much. only if they annouce growth intentions or collaboration would I expect it to move.
mmelody
26/6/2013
08:19
Forgot to mention Shares Mag. have been mentioning these (buy recommendation) over the last three weeks...
affc21
26/6/2013
08:07
Morning all, thought we would see a touch of buying today with the results coming Monday.
412069
26/6/2013
08:01
valustar1 (post 1185), results could be interesting if announced on the 1st July (this coming monday), seeing as last years results were released on the 30 July... Having seen the share price performance of WAND and with the appointment of David Richards as deputy non-executive Chairman on the board of 1Spatial (David Richards is the CEO, President and co-founder of WANdisco which he founded in 2005). Hence thought it would be prudent to buy a few of these (having also researched the companies market).
affc21
24/6/2013
23:18
Thanks for posting mmelody. Good SPA article by Sanderson, head of SPA strategy. He is also a recognised thought leader in the Spatial Big Data space - and has been thinking about these problems a long time. There is a hint of how SPA adds value to big data. Using its technology to provide rules and algorithms to make big data "intelligent". This makes a lot of sense. Its a huge and growing problem. More and more data being produced and a bigger and bigger headache to process it effectively!Hadoop for instance will let you process huge volumes and types more quickly and cheaply, but to what end? Even when made 24x7 reliable (WAND), without added intelligence to help you - you have a very big and growing headache to sift it and make sense of what it's telling you. Sanderson makes the point by saying in a Google search you don't look at the often many millions of returned rows of results in a search. You look at the top few - but how do you know? How can you trust? How can you decide? And are all those returned lines a waste? For mission critical data also where speed is of essence, these are very key questions. He elaborates that using a rules engine to effectively enhance the new big data datasets so smart algorithms can then intelligently sift through these data to process and present a complete meaningful relevant and reliable dataset applicable to the query is the answer. He also hints that using this smart spatial intelligence is how their 1Edit product works. Especially for mobile realtime updates. Processing these huge volumes in a realtime way for updates without something like these intelligent algorithms is prohibitive and a big technological challenge. It means you would slow or clog everything up (data pipes) by presenting many millions of data that are not relevant to first sift then eventually write back to the data store once updated. SPA in this regard is clearly addressing some very significant, timely and growing big data problems with its core technology. The Internet of Things is yet another dimension to consider. As noted in the other article on WAND board posted by mmelody, with even more data than we have yet experienced, and equally if not more relevant decision issues as machines spew more and more and more data; this problem is set to grow further and requires innovative answers!The points made about enriching huge datasets with intelligence therefore certainly do apply to this Machine Data too. Rules to enhance the datasets to make them more intelligent - to enable algorithms to sift through them intelligently to locate and present relevant timely meaningful and moreover applicable data to various information consumers for timely decision support is critical to both present and future information processing and delivery cycles. Good news is this is core to SPA technology - exciting times ahead!
mwaller
24/6/2013
22:16
Lets hope its not the 'internet of things' that RCG reckoned they were nailing for 5+ years.
yump
24/6/2013
16:17
hxxp://www.gislounge.com/can-spatial-big-data-build-a-better-everyday-life I posted an article on 'the internet of things' on WAND board. It will be huge (and thus the data) - hopefully SPA can be core to it.
mmelody
24/6/2013
14:57
Impressive list of investors when you read the whole list,leaves about 40% of shares on freefloat.
mcpaulas
24/6/2013
14:44
10m+ shares today - company has potential! :D
hubshank
24/6/2013
14:35
Afternoon all: Just noticed the SPA declared shareholders (>3%interest) list has now been updated: excellent roll call from II Who's Who.Here's the Top 3:Hargreave Hale Ltd 72,272,300 11.11%J O Hambro Capital Management 43,191,667 6.64%Liontrust Asset Management 39,278,092 6.04%http://www.1spatial.com/about/investors/shareholders/
mwaller
24/6/2013
07:47
£362,500 a go must be ii trades.
mcpaulas
24/6/2013
07:41
Morning all Amy ideas re those two 5m just shown up! Funny how a 100k trade will dip us down a touch and those don't even make a blip.
412069
21/6/2013
15:46
mwaller,excellent bit of research,would be nice if this was to follow Wands recent share performance.So people exchange your platform tickets for train tickets and get on board.
mcpaulas
21/6/2013
15:26
I just wanted to finish up the week with a short post on some of my initial findings on WAND in context of SPA and a possible bigger picture orientation with David Richards and a speculative future direction which if even close to right spells very exciting times ahead for SPA and WAND. Having looked through WAND and their core technologies and understanding - (they have some very impressive people and technologies - see below) and SPA as the only vendor with a Spatial Big Data technology for managing huge data sets - there is a possibility of very interesting synergy in the engine room(s) that could point to some interesting substance behind the scenes that could lead to some game changing partnering /offerings... WAND released its first Big Data Product on a technology called Hadoop in February 2013. Its already taking off. Hadoop is pretty much turning into the global defacto standard for managing huge datasets. Its disruptive. WAND have added their patented technology to give Hadoop 24x7 uptime / resilience. This is the only vendor that has (can) done this - and is exclusively unique to their particular Hadoop proposition. (A reason I would offer for the rise in WAND share price and the bullish outlook given the scale of the BD market). This uptime and resilience as we know is required for mission critical applications of a certain nature. Now with the SPA technology that is unique in its own way just like in practice a private "Hadoop" for Spatial Data, as its the only technology that can process huge spatial data-sets quickly and reliably (like for national agencies, military,federal civilian and increasingly mission critical commercial) what do you think a flavour / fusion of a WAND SPA enabled HADOOP solution could do in the Big Data market? It could be massive! Their patents know-how and technologies (along with STAR-APIC) they would have the whole end to end raw data to content value chain, along with the supporting application development for presentation, storage and processing tied up. Pretty impressive. Do they have the brains, pedigree, technology, clout and patents to make this interesting fusion a reality? Yes - beside the small army of PHDs sat in SPA, WAND have a proven game changing core replication technology invented by WAND Co-Founder Dr. Yeturu Aahlad, and the icing, they acquired Atostor In November 2012, which brought in a few Hadoop founders and pedigree big hitters: Wikipedia: WANdisco announced its intention to move into the Big Data market with the acquisition of Altostor. The acquisition saw Altostor founders and two of the core creators of Hadoop, Dr. Konstantin Shvachko and Jagane Sundar, join WANdisco, with another core Hadoop developer, Konstantin Boudnik joining shortly afterwards. Altostor was also a Cloud based service - pretty interesting in its own right. These guys have all seen something - and there is some serious brains and capability behind this; so have the institutional's - could this be it? Final food for thought: Quote from WANdisco's CTO and VP Engineering of Big Data, Jagane Sundar: The cost of storing data on Hadoop is orders of magnitude cheaper than any of the alternatives. The only thing preventing Hadoop from becoming the de-facto storage solution for all data is the lack of enterprise grade high availability and disaster recovery solutions. Companies such as WANdisco are focused on addressing these deficiencies. Once WAN-scope continuous availability and disaster recovery solutions are available for Hadoop, its widespread adoption for storage of all data is inevitable." What's one of the most important criteria beyond mission critical resilience and reliability that all cash strapped governments & agencies need for their citizens (not to mention profit hungry commercial enterprises)? Whats one of the biggest drivers (and barriers)to wide spread adoption? Cash and cost effectiveness! With depth & breadth (Spatial and non Spatial) from Commercial to High Spec Military, with pedigree and expertise, with key patents along the whole value chain building the ever higher moat - This fusion could deliver on that in buckets... Have a good weekend everyone!
mwaller
21/6/2013
15:23
The results are going to be released on the 1st July,it was in the recent circular 6. Current Trading and Outlook The Company is optimistic about its future growth and prospects, given its technology which is strategically placed in the current market place. The Company will release its audited year end results for the year ended 31 January 2013 on 1 July 2013. In the meantime the company issues a trading update to confirm the following: – Unaudited revenues for the year ended 31 January 2013 of approximately £12 million. – Unaudited cash position as at 31 January 2013 of at least £3 million. – Qualified pipeline of both 1Spatial and Star-Apic of £12 million.
valustar1
21/6/2013
10:01
Not sure about the wall don't have the confidence that I will get through, but will buy a ticket
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