BigGeo is a geospatial intelligence platform designed to handle large amounts of location-based data with incredible speed and efficiency.
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Lightning Fast Geospatial Data Query

Effortless and efficient storage, manipulating, and querying of geospatial data. Compared against the most widely-used geospatial database technologies, BigGeo provides unmatched speed saving results in production.

Easy To Deploy

BigGeo can be cloud and database agnostic. Deploy easily on your cloud and database of choice.

Data Architecture
At its most fundamental level, users can deploy BigGeo on any cloud platform. Once deployed, its superior indexing and querying technology integrates seamlessly with any database. This ensures that spatial queries, often known for their computational intensity, are executed with unparalleled speed and efficiency, irrespective of where your data resides. The outcomes then scales across applications and solutions with ease.

Data governance & warehouse
BigGeo Container Deployment
BigGeo employs a containerized design, enabling seamless operation across any cloud platform or data storage solution, ensuring consistent and efficient geospatial data management.
Multiple Applications
Through BigGeo's containerized design and APIs, coarse applications are built as connectors. While many connectors for popular interfaces are pre-established, additional ones can be crafted using our provided APIs and guidelines.
Multiple Consumption Products
The consumption layer is the user-facing segment, and it seamlessly benefits from BigGeo without changes. Users can also create custom applications, directly linking them to BigGeo's clientele.
Solutions layer is where specific challenges are addressed using BigGeo's capabilities. Here, tailored solutions are crafted to meet unique needs, all underpinned by BigGeo's powerful foundation.

Explore Some Use Cases

The world’s leading businesses and global enterprises are using BigGeo to make sense of their GeoSpatial data.

Supply chain optimization


Automotive manufacturers can use demand forecasting to predict the demand for specific models and components to plan their production schedules and supply chain logistics. By using DGGS to analyze data from past sales and market trends, they can accurately predict demand and minimize excess inventory and stockouts.

Tourism & recreation planning & analysis


Accommodation providers can benefit from destination management and marketing by gaining insights into visitor demand, preferences, and behavior, which can help them to develop marketing strategies, assess pricing insights and create service offerings that attract and retain customers. For example, a hotel chain may use destination management and marketing data to identify popular tourist destinations, seasonal trends and customer preferences for amenities and services.

Asset tracking & management

Emergency Services

Emergency service providers such can use DGGS-based disaster management to predict, plan for and respond to natural disasters and other emergencies. This includes resource allocation as well as identifying the best evacuation routes and coordinating with other emergency response teams.

Urban Planning & Management

Construction & Project development

Developers can use a DGGS to assess the environmental impacts of proposed development projects, such as changes in air quality, water quality and habitat loss, and develop mitigation strategies that minimize harm to the environment.

Location-Based Services & Analysis


The retail industry can use geovisualization to behaviour data on maps, such as buying patterns, product preferences, and store visit history, to identify target markets, optimize store locations, and improve customer experiences.

Urban Planning & Management

Urban planning

Urban planners can use a DGGS to analyze data on population density, land use patterns and transportation networks to optimize the design of new urban developments and ensure that they are well integrated with existing infrastructure systems.

Tourism & recreation planning & analysis


Tourism developers can benefit from land use analysis by gaining insights into the availability, suitability, and value of land for tourism development. A developer looking to build a new resort in a coastal area may use land use analysis data to identify suitable sites with access to transportation, amenities, and attractions, while minimizing the impact on the environment and local communities.

Asset tracking & management


The transportation industry can use location-based asset management to track and optimize their fleets, including real-time vehicle tracking, routing optimization, and fuel consumption monitoring. This will enable transportation companies to reduce fuel costs, increase delivery efficiency, and improve customer service by providing accurate delivery ETAs.

Asset tracking & management


The manufacturing industry can use predictive maintenance to identify equipment failures before they occur, enabling maintenance teams to schedule repairs during planned downtime; reducing the likelihood of unscheduled downtime and increasing production efficiency. This can involve using machine learning algorithms to analyze equipment data, predict equipment failures, and prioritize maintenance tasks based on their impact on production.

Defense & security planning & analysis


An IT security firm can use risk assessment and threat analysis to identify potential cyber threats and vulnerabilities in an organization's network infrastructure. They could use various tools such as vulnerability scanners, network traffic analyzers and user behavior analytics to identify and evaluate risks, and develop strategies to mitigate them.

Location-Based Services & Analysis


By integrating various geospatial data sources, such as satellite imagery, soil moisture data and weather information, farmers can effectively monitor crop health, predict yield, and optimize irrigation in real-time.

Real estate analysis & management

Environmental Management

Environmental management firms can use DGGS to analyze various types of spatial data to inform conservation and restoration efforts. For example, by analyzing satellite imagery and topographic maps, an environmental management firm could identify areas that are experiencing environmental degradation and prioritize restoration efforts in those areas.

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