1Spatial eyes US bonanza after California deal
Cambridge’s 1Spatial plc has won a two-year $0.6 million contract with a new US customer – California’s Office of Emergency Services. The deal opens up the whole of the US for the UK technology business.
AIM-quoted 1Spatial is a global leader in Location Master Data Management (LMDM) software and solutions.
The California contract is for 1Spatial’s 1Integrate and 1Data Gateway SaaS offering.
1Spatial’s data validation software will be used to support the State of California’s implementation of the national Next Generation 9-1-1 initiative. The initiative was set up to improve vital public emergency communications services and runs across the US and Canada.
1Integrate and 1Data Gateway will enable the California 9-1-1 Emergency Operations Branch to build a scalable validation platform to ensure incoming data from multiple data providers meets accuracy standards for use in their Next Generation 9-1-1 implementation, improving speed and accuracy of response.
1Spatial’s project is a repeatable solution capable of supporting other States across North America to deliver on their nextgen targets.
Claire Milverton, CEO of 1Spatial, said: “We are delighted to be working on this important project with the State of California, which sees our 1Integrate and 1Data Gateway portal form an essential platform to support the implementation of the Next Generation 9-1-1 initiative.
“The contract illustrates the potential opportunities in North America for 1Spatial to build market share as a leader in complex data management in such an important territory.”