GIS / Geo-analytics
Geoeng Systems Ltd. (Geoeng) is an indigenous Kenyan company established in October 2014 offering a host of innovative Geoinformation, Research and IT services. Headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya with plans to expand to other countries in the near future, we specialize in IT and Management Consultancy, Geoinformation, Surveying and Mapping, Geomatics, Research, Training, and Software Development.
Geoeng is derived from two abbreviations – Geo and Eng, simply pronounced Geo Eng, from the phrase Geoinformation, Research and IT Services Engineers that describes the work we do.
Ramani, a Swahili word for “map”, was founded in 1999 in Kenya with a view to create a Geospatial company that offers world class solutions and technologies to East Africa. Ramani has grown from the early years of mapping commercial farms using a motorbike to be the leading airborne survey company in Eastern Africa.
Today Ramani Geosystems has a focus on providing airborne & spaceborne geospatial solutions across East Africa, being the only company based in East Africa operating two survey aircraft, both fitted with a large format digital camera and aerial LiDAR/medium format sensor.
The company has data management and production teams comprising of over 80 professionals with 24-7 processing centre based in Nairobi delivering projects all over East Africa.
Spatiality was founded in 2016 by Willy Simons, founder and former CEO of Oakar Services and Esri Eastern Africa, with the vision of providing geospatial services through the cloud.
Spatiality specializes in the implementation of ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Pro solutions, data-driven storytelling with ArcGIS Story Maps, Power BI and Python (matplotlib, seaborn), and geospatial data science using ArcGIS and Python (scikit-learn).
Having expertise and experience in project management (PRINCE2, PMP), business management, and business analysis we are well-positioned to assist with the implementation of GIS projects of any scale.
Geospatial Advocacy Kenya was initiated by Willy Simons and actively supported by Spatiality with the aim of building a collaborative ecosystem of local geospatial service providers in Kenya.
Upande’s vision is to become a world class innovative solution provider for everyday sustainable management of (natural) resources that will contribute to equitable development and livelihoods for people, planet and profit.
During the last few years Upande has moved from a services provider to developing own products. All products share that they facilitate data centric decision making and have sensor data integration.
The Upande team consists of a group of experts in GIS, Internet mapping, environmental and social academics, software developers and business practitioners.