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  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -1.09% 45.50 45.00 46.00 46.00 45.50 46.00 33,094 10:05:00
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Support Services 24.6 -1.4 -1.0 - 50

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/9/2013
09:17
I want my 10p target boys.
412069
13/9/2013
09:11
Somebody thinks so
solarno lopez
13/9/2013
09:09
Is today the day we crack it!
412069
13/9/2013
09:03
interesting...
tsmith2
12/9/2013
16:03
Anyone's guess!!
russell_hobbs
12/9/2013
15:05
Either delayed buys or these are being moved up ahead of news..?
tsmith2
11/9/2013
07:58
Morning all - not far off results - I expect we get some news the SPA strategy is unfolding in the right direction... In the meantime a brief interesting read on developments in the Smart City market commenting in and around the SPA sweet spot of data integration across city functions, with the produce once use many scenario coming to life, and the role - especially the future role Utilities will play in this domain, which again is an SPA sweet spot. They also talk about the maturity of the market and how it could unfold including innovative funding scenarios and partnerships - a way to tap this market... Anybody interested can sign up to a webinar on the link giving more details...Quick Take (from author): The headline of the press release below talks about which smart city sectors will see rapid growth. And the first sentence talks about the potential to hit $3.3 trillion by 2025. As great as those things are, I think there are even more important tidbits tucked inside:New funding mechanisms are essential and they are starting to appearPartnering is a crucial success factor, as we already heard from Laurent Schmitt of Alstom, a Smart Cities Council Lead Partner, during a recent Q&A on Alstom's smart city game planUtilities will play a pivotal role in creating the necessary integrated services, something some vendors and most utilities still haven't figured outThe crux of a smart city is the interconnectedness between departments and between cities and citizens, not merely the level of technology in any single departmentAlso Interesting quote from QA that supports direction for SPAIs technology a gating factor? Or do we have the building blocks in place already?The basic building blocks are all there. It's much more about connecting the silos and creating new standards. Yes, we are pushing some technology boundaries when it comes to the sheer quantity of data, but that will not be a major obstacle. The bigger challenge is the lack of openness to sharing data.http://www.smartgridnews.com/artman/publish/Business_Markets_Pricing/Smart-city-market-to-reach-3-3-trillion-by-2025-6011.html
mwaller
10/9/2013
07:58
would be interested to hear your thoughts pw.
tsmith2
09/9/2013
22:29
You won't need to wait much longer
peterwaller395
09/9/2013
08:50
Could be a bit of inside info going on here.
412069
09/9/2013
08:30
Looking a bit more lively this morning
russell_hobbs
05/9/2013
12:03
Morning all - just seen this: SPA is ready to speak about their vision for Spatial Big Data - anybody UK based interested could sign up for the Spatial Big Data Road Show - and see for themselves what this is all about: http://www.1spatial.com/roadshow/?utm_source=Save+the+Date+Email+-+Mail+Chimp&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=1SMS+Launch The Future of Spatial Big Data - Here Now Find out about the latest trends in Spatial Big Data from industry experts and specialists Hear from 1Spatial about our latest product and service offerings Network with peers across the industry and hear inspiring stories from our guest speakers 16th October London 24th October Manchester 27th February Dublin
mwaller
05/9/2013
11:08
412069 First 2 or 3 goes at a break out usually fail, 4th time should do it.
nickb
05/9/2013
11:04
Suspect there may be activity leading up to interims on 24th.
russell_hobbs
05/9/2013
09:53
I thought that the last three times. Good news the only way passed 10p. I think.
412069
05/9/2013
09:23
Probably see 10p + on the next attack north.
nickb
05/9/2013
09:11
Morning al, the mm's trying to get folk to sell again, will we ever get to that magical 10p.
412069
01/9/2013
23:58
It must be funds supporting the new CFO that are buying, steady progress over a number of days...
mwaller
30/8/2013
14:22
Bearing in mind the Wandisco non exec and the galloping upwards of Wandisco shares along with their new hires and also the lack of SPA shares available. You don't think a transaction of some sort is in the offing?
russell_hobbs
22/8/2013
23:13
7 12:17:12 8.848 950,000 O L LSE 8.50 9.00 950,000 17,112 40,000 211,009 6 12:15:27 8.875 1,106,399 O L LSE 8.50 9.00 1,106,399 17,112 40,000 211,009 5 13:51:15 8.95 111,009 O L LSE 8.50 9.00 111,009 17,112 40,000 211,009 4 13:24:51 8.725 100,000 O L LSE 8.50 9.00 100,000 buys?
tsmith2
21/8/2013
21:39
You need your own blog !
yump
21/8/2013
21:33
OK thanks BBC - Check this out - this is what I have been saying...Smart Cities is in the news... its worth a read - another trusted proof point this time from BBC we are on the right track - a 19 August 2013 Report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-22538561 Tomorrow's cities: Do you want to live in a smart city? The drill downs on the global cities overview if you are on a non mobile screen also are very good... this is good context and education for a new core market that SPA is now addressing. All of this wiring up, connecting and consolidating things creates huge datasets to be processed and demand for huge datasets that need constant updating and need high reliability in a prepare once serve and consume many scenario... this is what SPA does for bread and butter... covering the end to end process from preparing the data to serving it up... with Star they also have the front end solution / presentation aimed specifically at Smart Cities that can now handle the huge volumes of data QA with the SPA rules engine.... they just got one new contract and already have a foothold in NA ... its the start... You should read the article to educate yourselves - this is a key market for SPA - here are some key highlights.... .in the future everything in a city, from the electricity grid, to the sewer pipes to roads, buildings and cars will be connected to the network. Buildings will turn off the lights for you, self-driving cars will find you that sought-after parking space, even the rubbish bins will be smart... But how do we get to this smarter future. Who will be monitoring and controlling the sensors that will increasingly be on every building, lamp-post and pipe in the city? ...Technology firms such as IBM, Siemens, Microsoft, Intel and Cisco are busy selling their software to solve a range of city problems, from water leaks to air pollution to traffic congestion. In Singapore, Stockholm and California, IBM is gathering traffic data and running it via algorithms to predict where a traffic jam will occur an hour before it has happened. Meanwhile in Rio, it has built a Nasa-style control room where banks of screens suck up data from sensors and cameras located around the city. In total IBM has some 2,500 smarter cities projects around the world and has even trademarked the term "smarter cities".... ..And in the US city of Dubuque, Iowa, where it is developing smart water meters, it has offered the data to citizens via a community portal, so that individuals can see their water usage and even compare it with that of their neighbours... ...But there is a sense that for the firm, cities are a problem just waiting to be solved... "We need to build cities that adapt to the needs of their citizens but previously it was not possible because there was not enough information," says Dr Lisa Amini, director of IBM Research. ...China is busy building dozens of new cities and is starting to adopt huge control rooms like the one IBM has created in Rio... ...There is another chapter in the smart city story - and this one is being written by citizens, who are using apps, DIY sensors, smartphones and the web to solve the city problems that matter to them... ...Researchers estimate that two million people die each year as a result of air pollution and as cities get more over-crowded, the problem is likely to get worse. Egg is compiling data about air quality by selling cheap sensor which people put outside their homes where they collect readings of green gases, nitrogen oxide (NO2) and carbon monoxide (CO). The data is sent to the internet where it is integrated on a map to show pollution levels around the world.... ...Getting citizens involved in the process of improving cities is crucial, thinks Andrew Hudson-Smith, director of the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College, London. He and his team have created a city dashboard as part of plans to make London smarter...Like Rio's control room, the dashboard collates data such as pollution, weather and river levels. But it also looks at some things that Rio doesn't - such as what is trending on Twitter and how happy the city is....A version of the dashboard is hooked up on a wall of iPads in the office of the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson. ...There is little doubt that cities have to get smarter... ...By 2050 it is estimated that 75% of the world's population will live in cities, putting pressure on the transport network, the emergency services and the utilities that are already stretched to capacity. The reality is that most smart city projects are currently pretty small scale - creating tech hubs or green areas of the city, experimenting with smart electricity grids or introducing electric buses or bike-sharing schemes.... ....But he also thinks we are at a tipping point and in five years time he predicts "things will be incredibly smart". At that point, the data infrastructure of our cities is going to become as important as the train and roads are now... ...The diverse intelligent systems and sensors need to work within a particular urban context and its multiple types of actors - from neighbourhoods with their situated knowledge about the city, to building managers who know the innards of their buildings. All should be able to connect with the central controls/controllers of intelligent systems that affect people.... This market is here for sure....and SPA can help... they are needed more and more as these initiatives take off and firms need to handle the huge complex spatial data problems and volumes that need to be processed.... I think this is very encouraging and further supports the theses in the prospectus... lets see...
mwaller
21/8/2013
19:58
chart looks pretty good to me...
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