We are thrilled to announce that Scott Houston has joined the Spatial.IQ Board as an Independent Director
‘While crossing the Pacific aboard HMS Beagle in the 1830s, Charles Darwin found proof of the grandest of what he called his ‘grand facts’: that our Earth was not static but was filled with change’
We’re pleased to announce that we are moving into The Dominion Observatory at the top of the Wellington Cable Car on 29th April. Our new address becomes: Spatial.IQ Ltd, The Dominion Observatory, 34 Salamanca Road, Wellington 6012.
When we set up Spatial.IQ, we began thinking about a business model that would allow us to attract the brightest and best geospatial professionals. In the small and intimate New Zealand market, that suggests we need to think out of the box. If we use a traditional ownership model, we quickly run out of financial […]
The classic definition of a GIS is that it is a system comprising the five elements of software, hardware, data, people and organisations. That definition has spanned from the very earliest days of GIS and as such is both a strength and a weakness. Having a long-standing definition is a strength because as a GIS […]
Did you know that New Zealand is rated higher for ‘ease of business’ than any other country in the world – except Singapore or Hong Kong? (Don’t believe me? See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ease_of_doing_business_index) As we embark on the Spatial.IQ adventure, we’re grateful that there is an entirely online process for establishing the company, dealing with the tax […]