EVALUATE LOCATION POTENTIAL IN SECONDS
Mapple’s urban intelligence software helps urban planners, real estate investors and developers use location data to evaluate and plan new developments. We apply multiple data sets from demographics and people flows to housing trends and serviceability to provide instant insights on investment potential.
Mapple’s software combines, processes and analyses multiple location data points so you don’t have to.
Take advantage of tangible insights and data visualisations to spot trends and make faster decisions.
Solving complex urban problems
Every week 1.5 million people move to the cities. Municipalities and real estate industry have to work together to develop efficient infrastructure, housing and system of services that will increase livability while significantly reducing the impact on climate.
Mapple is a spin-off from Helsinki’s Digital Geography Lab. Together with Finnish cities and urban planners, we developed data driven tools to understand how cities function. Following growing interest, we transformed the tools into an easy to use software to help cities and real estate companies with their everyday challenges.
Bosch used Mapple’s software to analyse accessibility and employee mobility patterns for 13 production sites in Germany.
Finnish Consulting Group (FCG) used Mapple to help city of Helsinki understand how people use underground tunnels around railway station. The analysis was done using app level data.
Mapple provided investor, Bruce Oreck, with detailed location evaluation for Konepaja Train Factory.
I recommend everyone to test the tool
The new mapping service developed by Mapple and Blok provides an answer to where you should live to minimize your commute to work, school or other places you visit often. Using the service you can choose your preferred travel mode and how often you need to travel to each location.
Rudi Skogman, CEO of Blok
I endorse their excellent expertise in the field of accessibility
Mapple’s tools have helped us to create a general plan for the city of Helsinki, where the accessibility analysis played a major role in understanding the functioning and efficiency of the public transport system in people’s everyday life.
Heikki Salmikivi, Head of Unit (dept), City of Helsinki
Rami is a seasoned data scientist with PhD in remote sensing and long experience in spatial data analytics and machine learning.
Jeison Londoño Espinosa
Jeison is spatial data analyst and a senior software developer. Foreigner lost in Helsinki.
Karolina is a seasoned marketer and a growth hacker with 8+ years of helping deep tech startups grow.
Henrikki is a geodata scientist, researcher and Python educator, who gets inspired by using digital geodata to solve societal issues.
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