Geospatial Corp. Kicks Off Uber-Like Pipeline Mapping Model

Geospatial Corp. (otc pink:GSPH) has announced that the company has launched its Strategic Service Provider (SSP) platform, kicking off its national go-to-market initiative with proprietary new software and a model similar in many respects to the successful car service provider Uber.

Geospatial’s SSP Program enables established service providers access to each of Geospatial’s data acquisition technologies in addition to participation in our national and regionally targeted marketing and direct sales programs. In addition, Geospatial will provide, as required, operational assistance, project management services, pre-sales assistance, training on our data acquisition technologies, as well as access to and training on GeoUnderground.

Coupling the API with GeoUnderground provides a geo-referenced view of the SSPs market areas and allows Geospatial to better organize and manage the relationships between the Company and our SSPs online via GeoUnderground.

Geospatial’s SSP platform layered on GeoUnderground, its secure, mobile, enterprise strength, location-based infrastructure management system, provides a powerful technology platform, enabling the company to systematically establish operation centers in major cities, first across the United States and then globally. Each operation center will provide its Strategic Service Provider Partners access to Geospatial’s data acquisition technologies, national sales and marketing services, national branding, training, and access to GeoUnderground via its economical Software as a Service (SaaS) monthly subscription model. Engineers, contractors, GIS professionals and utility employees in the field, among others, can easily collaborate and securely share data with colleagues located anywhere in the world without the need for expensive hardware, software or trained development engineers.

With well over 3 million miles of underground pipeline infrastructure yet to be accurately mapped, Geospatial’s SSP program will seek to enlist a substantial portion of the 60,000-plus service companies currently collecting various types of infrastructure data,” said Geospatial CEO Mark Smith. “Ideal candidates are existing surveyors, engineers, private utility locating companies, various pipeline inspection companies and a vast assortment of specialized channel partners.

Geospatial Corp. uses integrated technologies to determine the accurate location and position of underground pipelines, conduits and other underground infrastructure data allowing Geospatial to create accurate three-dimensional (3D) digital maps and models of underground infrastructure much like Navteq (now, Google and others have created digital maps of the world’s above-ground infrastructure.
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