Deepspatial Inc. | October 06, 2021
Deepspatial Inc. is pleased to announce a partnership with IPE Global Limited (IPE Global) to provide its Geospatial Artificial Intelligence (AI) (patent pending) solutions to IPE Global’s clients throughout government and private sectors. IPE Global will be leveraging Deepspatial’s technology to assist their global client base in addition to working together towards jointly proposing their solutions to specific markets and clients identified by IPE Global.
IPE Global Limited is a leading international development consulting group, providing Information and Communication Technology solutions for development and sustainable growth in developing countries. IPE Global currently operates in 8 countries encompassing Africa, Asia, and Europe with a workforce of over 1100 employees globally.
Over the last 20 years, IPE Global has successfully implemented 800 multi-sectoral projects in over 100 countries, across 5 major continents. IPE Global has partnered with multilateral & bilateral agencies such as ADB, The World Bank, DFID, USAID, DANIDA, KfW, EC, GTZ, JICA, UNICEF, UNDP, and more. As well as governments, private sectors, not-for-profit entities, and philanthropic organizations like BMGF, MasterCard Foundation, Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) and more in anchoring development agendas for sustainable and equitable growth.
“In today’s world, the need for evidence-based decision making in the social development sector is much greater than ever before. We at IPE Global strongly believe that data driven solutions to social development problems are more effective in bringing sustainable change. We are very happy to partner with Deepspatial in our endeavour to continuously provide our clients state of the art IT and AI based solutions.”, said Shalender Sharma, Director at IPE Global.
“We are grateful that Deepspatial is able to bring its solutions to IPE Global’s impressive client base to tackle the evergrowing socio-economic challenges countries are facing right now. Furthermore, we are eager to leverage IPE Global’s established relationships in the government, targeting key public sector opportunities where our solutions can add the most value.”
Dr. Rahul Kushwah, CEO of Deepspatial.
About Deepspatial Inc.
Deepspatial Inc. is an artificial intelligence, technology SaaS company at the forefront of geospatial artificial intelligence and geographic informational systems, specializing in providing robust, AI-powered solutions to businesses by leveraging the power of geospatial data. The company has currently built products that target four specific customer needs across industry verticals. These are (1) geodemographic customer profiling, (2) price recommendation engine, (3) inventory management and supply chain analytics (market entry and expansion), and (4) sentiment monitoring to measure and improve brand health.
About IPE Global
IPE Global Limited is an international development consulting group known for providing technical assistance and solutions for development and sustainable growth in developing countries.
GSA | January 05, 2021
The General Services Administration delivered the draft framework for its new governmentwide small business IT services contract, named Polaris, including a rundown of administration contributions covered under the contract and arising advances sellers ought to be set up to pitch as a feature of assignment request competitions.
The Polaris governmentwide acquisition contract, or GWAC, is set to supplant the disastrous Alliant 2 Small Business contract, which GSA suddenly dropped in July. After influxes of fights, revoked grants and re-grants prompted the Alliant 2 SB cancelation, GSA vowed to make up for the shortcoming with another small business-zeroed in contract and started work on Polaris, delivering the draft demand for proposition on New Year's Eve.
“The principal nature of any resulting task order procurement must be for IT services,” the document states, “however, ancillary support may be included when it is integral to and necessary for the IT services-based effort.”
In tending to one of the issues identified with Alliant 2 SB, the Polaris contract will zero in on three financial gatherings, isolating into their own pools: small businesses, ladies possessed small businesses and those situated within a generally under-used region, otherwise called HUBZones. The draft record notes GSA claims all authority to make and grant spots on new pools as a component of future open seasons.
Alongside the emphasis on financial set-asides, the Polaris GWAC separates itself from other GSA contracts through its contributions: IT services like cloud, information the board and programming advancement, as opposed to commodities like IT equipment or off-the-rack programming items.
The draft RFP incorporates seven classifications of services to be offered on the contract, including cloud services, cybersecurity, information the executives, data and correspondence advances, IT activities and support, programming improvement and framework plan.
The contract likewise takes into consideration some auxiliary acquisition of administrative help, information section and IT items, among others, however these should be in direct help of a bigger assistance offering.
The General Services Administration (GSA) is an independent agency of the United States government, established in 1949 to help manage and support the basic functioning of federal agencies. GSA supplies products and communications for U.S. government offices, provides transportation and office space to federal employees, and develops government-wide cost-minimizing policies, among other management tasks.
American Robotics | January 19, 2021
American Robotics, a main engineer of completely robotized business drone frameworks, turned into the primary organization affirmed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to work computerized drones without human administrators on location. The organization's Scout System™ highlights progressed acoustic Detect-and-Avoid (DAA) innovation that empowers its drones to keep a protected separation from other airplane consistently. By building up a layered, repetitive arrangement of security that incorporates exclusive specialized and operational danger alleviations, American Robotics has demonstrated that its robot based ethereal insight stage works securely in the National Airspace System (NAS), in any event, when it conducts trips Beyond-Visual-Line-of-Sight (BVLOS) of the administrator.
This endorsement speaks to a huge articulation point in the business drone industry. Earlier waivers and confirmations granted by the FAA required visual eyewitnesses (VOs) positioned along the flight way to keep eyes on the airspace consistently, or required other troublesome limitations, for example, foundation covering. Therefore, the worth and versatility of business drone use in the U.S. has, as of not long ago, been radically hindered or much of the time wiped out.
“With these approvals, American Robotics is ushering in a new era of widespread automated drone operations,” said Reese Mozer, CEO and co-founder of American Robotics. “Decades worth of promise and projection are finally coming to fruition. We are proud to be the first company to meet the FAA’s comprehensive safety requirements, which had previously restricted the viability of drone use in the commercial sector. We are very grateful for the FAA’s willingness to work closely with American Robotics over the past four years on this precedent-setting authorization. With this set of approvals, American Robotics can begin safely operating our automated Scout platform for the benefit of the energy, infrastructure, agriculture, and security market verticals, helping unlock the projected $100 billion commercial drone market.”