Geospatial technologies for

mobility challenges

We create the optimal tool
for each problem

+19 mobility projects 4 countries

We provide our expert vision to apply the right technology for each case, neither too simple nor unnecessarily complex.

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We work with organisations that move large numbers of people across the territory, or manage fleets of vehicles or public transport networks, to provide new analyses and services on their spatial-temporal data.

Find out how far you can go from better use of your geospatial data and optimise movement across the territory. We work with you to define solutions that you control.

AND WE ALSO train your staff

In the free technologies that help you the most: PostGIS, network analysis, route calculation...

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WE HAVE EXPERIENCE IN:

  • Multimodal route calculation with street information, public transport agency timetables, cyclability or personal mobility vehicles.
  • Public transport networks: analysis of the load over time, using historical, real time or predictive data. for the traveller and decision making. Development of ETL processes and control panels.
  • Deployment of APIs for integrators, offering services for basic cartography, timetables, street map, network infrastructure, traffic information, geocoding and routing.
  • Mapping support in mobility studies for large organisations and mass events: public and private transport connectivity statistics, journey times, critical links and alternatives.

Discover some of our clients who have place their trust in us

We are always proud of our projects

Transportes Metropolitanos de Barcelona (TMB)
The collaboration with TMB has given rise to many projects, one of which is a locator for public transport lines and means of transport that you can use to get from one point in the city to another, and vice versa.
The client tells us ...
Eduard Porquet (Software engineer at TMB) View demo

"Geomatico is a sure bet for a project: their ability to innovate never ceases to amaze me, and I've been working with them for more than 5 years."
1km.geomatico.es
It came about with the aim of helping with a small contribution in difficult times. The first rule for coming out of lockdown (allowing walks within 1 km from home) immediately raised the question for millions of Spaniards: How much is 1km? The application calculates it in a very simple way.

We didn't want to make any money out of it and we received the invaluable, and also selfless, help of Mapbox to handle the huge traffic (over 3 million visits in one weekend), which was a real challenge.
The project has been covered by many media outlets...
TVE, La Sexta, Cadena SER, TV3, ABC ... See Website

More than 4 million people used this tool during the first week of coming out of lockdown

A great team of professionals accompanies you in the development of your mobility projects

Oscar Fonts Mobility Analyst
Francisco P. Sampayo DevOps
Micho García Developer
Martí Pericay Developer

Do you have a project idea and want to turn it into reality? We would like to hear from you, tell us about it

The facts define us

  • 9 years with Barcelona Natural Science Museum

    Geolocation is a key attribute for activity in a natural science museum since cartography is present in almost all its fields of activity: collections, research, publications, exhibitions, etc. The collaboration…

  • Customised GIS training for your sector

    Our experience tells us that the best way to consolidate knowledge and have your staff effectively integrate GIS as a daily tool is through customised courses for your business. Generalist…

  • One kilometer from home

    On March the 23rd, after five weeks of COVID-19 lockdown, president Sanchez announced that Spain will begin easing restrictions. In this first attempt at  loosening measures across the country, children…

  • Querying multiple layers in a single query with GeoServer?

    Our problem, get multiple features filtered from multiple different layers using WFS. Let’s work with the topp data coming by default in GeoServer. A matter of taste. To apply a…