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Our Geospatial Job Portal, Explained

At the beginning of the year, we saw that the geospatial industry was lacking a centralized job portal for people who are passionate about location data and what it can do.

We’ve since built a Geospatial Jobs Portal to share some of the most exciting jobs in the geospatial industry to include positions in GIS, academia, development, design, and more.  Many companies have also had the opportunity to submit jobs to our portal. In this blog, we are going to explain the different tiers of job listings we offer.

Basic job listings

It’s as simple as that. By submiting a job as a Basic listing, you will get the following:

  • The job will be visible on the geospatial job portal for 30 days
  • The job will be displayed together with your company name, logo, URL, Twitter (if applicable)

Featured job listings

$49 + tax
Stand out from the crowd by getting a Featured job listing. This includes everything from a Basic job listing plus:

  • The job will be visible on the geospatial job portal for 45 days
  • The job will be listed as Featured on the ‘Geospatial Jobs of the Week’ blog post
    • The Featured job will be listed on top of the Basic job listings
    • The Featured job will contain an excerpt of the job description in the blog post

Premium job listings

$99 + tax
Get higher visiility through different channels with a Premium job listing. Not only will you be supporting our community in a bigger way, you will get everything from a Featured job listing plus:

  • Everything from the Featured job listing
  • The job will be visible on the geospatial job portal for 60 days
  • Analytics will be provided upon request
  • Tailor-made promotions to over 60,000 Geoawesomeness followers on:
    • Facebook
    • Twitter
    • LinkedIn
    • Jobs newletter

**As we are trying to improve our services, prices and features are subject to change. Please check this blog again for the latest update.

Paying it forward

In addition to being community-run by passionate individuals who work in the geospatial industry, we want to pay it forward for those who do good in the world with the power of geospatial. That’s why we are offering non-profit organizations free job listings under the Premium option!

If you are part of a non-profit organization organization and have some jobs to share, get in touch at info [at] geoawesomeness{dot} com and let us know what you’re working on.

If you’re a job seeker

We built this job portal for you and sincerely hope that you find something interesting or at least some companies to keep in mind for the future.

If your company is hiring

You are always welcome to submit a job to our Geospatial Job Portal. The Basic listing will always be free. If you would like to support our community and want to reach a wider audience, the Premium listing is available. In fact, we have seen that the Premium job listings get 50% more exposure because of our promotions and are more than happy to discuss a flat rate for multiple job listings. You can find out more by writing to info [at] geoawesomeness{dot} com

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Inpixon builds indoor mapping muscle by scooping up Jibestream

Jibestream acquisition

Indoor mapping and location technology provider Jibestream – one of Geoawesomeness’ 2019 Top Geospatial Companies and Startups – is being acquired by indoor positioning analytics company Inpixon for an undisclosed sum. With this acquisition, California-based Inpixon gets one step closer to becoming a global leader for indoor data, providing a single-window solution for both indoor positioning and analytics.

Jibestream’s full-featured geospatial platform integrates business data with high-fidelity indoor maps to create smart indoor spaces. The Toronto-headquartered company’s solutions power indoor navigation in famous landmarks like Mall of America, The Pentagon, San Francisco International Airport, and Mall of the Emirates.

By acquiring Jibestream’s mapping prowess and technologies, Inpixon will enhance its capabilities and strengthen its global partner network significantly. The company has, in fact, been on an acquisition spree of late, expanding its portfolio with cutting-edge technologies. Earlier this month, Inpixon bought a broad range of GPS technologies from GTX Corp with an aim to bridge the gap between indoor and outdoor positioning. In May 2019, Inpixon scooped up Locality Systems, a company specializing in wireless device positioning and radio frequency (RF) augmentation of video surveillance systems.

Inpixon’s ultimate goal is to ingest data from various third-party Internet of Things (IoT) devices and databases, in addition to its own proprietary sensors, and add value to areas like marketing, customer experience, operations, and security for a wide range of industries.

According to Inpixon CEO Nadir Ali, “Inpixon will give each user a unique view of their indoor data – from wayfinding, visitor analytics and marketing campaigns to video camera integration and cybersecurity threat detection. Inpixon’s analytics engine and artificial intelligence will continue to anonymize devices, ensuring privacy and security, as we deliver on our mission to do good with indoor data.”

Jibestream CEO Chris Wiegand, meanwhile, is happy to become part of a larger organization where it can leverage more breadth and depth of resources. “Bringing Jibestream and Inpixon together is a winning combination that will be unprecedented in the market. Combined, we will have a unique and powerful portfolio with the potential to further our commitment to making the indoor world digitally addressable changing the way people live, work and play indoors,” he sums up.

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