IQGeo Group plc

About IQGeo Group plc

IQGeo Group plc develops geospatial software to the telecoms and utility network industries in the United Kingdom, Europe, the United States, Canada, Japan, and internationally. The company provides IQGeo Platform, which designs and manages complex and constantly evolving network assets; IQGeo Network Manager that plans, designs, and supports network lifecycle through construction and maintenance operations; IQGeo Workflow Manager software, which helps to control telecom and utility construction and maintenance activities; IQGeo Inspection and Survey software that provides a flexible mobile interface for field inspection teams; and IQGeo Network Revenue Optimizer software, which automatically produces multiple telecom construction route options for connecting commercial or residential premises. It also offers IQGeo development environment to implement applications that work in any modern web browser and on any mobile device, online or offline; IQGeo Fiber Planning software, which automatically generates a cost-optimized next-generation fiber network plan and design; IQGeo in the cloud, a cloud hosting of critical system infrastructure; IQGeo GIS integrations for data integration from virtually any application and geospatial data source; and IQGeo professional services. The company was formerly known as Ubisense Group Plc and changed its name to IQGeo Group plc in January 2019. IQGeo Group plc was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Cambridge, the United Kingdom.

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IQG.L United Kingdom

184USD4.5 (-2.45%)

• At close Thu Jan 05 2023

LSE exchange

Sector: Technology

Industry: Software—Application

Location United Kingdom, Cambridge

Grade: ADA

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