Brisbane startup Gruntify has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Duserve, the facilities management arm of the Dubai Government.
Brisbane data collaboration platform Gruntify uses geospatial mapping to help organisations improve customer service
Using advanced geospatial mapping technology, Gruntify helps businesses capture and manage field-collected data, whether they be surveys, inspections, audits, or staff or members of the public submitting maintenance requests.
If you’ve ever had to do anything around your property that needed to go through your local Council for approval, you know it’s a complicated, time consuming process: you have to register the project with the Council, alert your neighbours, and give them time to consider the development and give feedback.
If you stop and think about it for a few minutes, the amount of information the internet has about us can seem terrifying. On the other hand, the collection of all that data allows for the creation of technology that can vastly improve the way we do things. One such technology is a GIS, or geographical information system, essentially a data management tool that plots information on a map and analyses the relationships between the data.