AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 07, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SmallCapVoice.com, Inc. (SCV) and Geospatial Corporation (OTCQB:GSPH) announced today that the Company’s CEO, Mark Smith, is featured in an audio interview at Smallcapvoice.com. The interview outlining the company’s business strategy and future plans is now available and can be heard at http://smallcapvoice.com/blog/3-6-17-smallcapvoice-interview-with-geospatial-corporation-gsph
Mark Smith, CEO of Geospatial Corporation called in to SmallCapVoice.com to discuss the company’s business model, target markets and exciting recent news. The Company recently announced that it is positioned to capitalize on the growing demand to locate, map and manage the millions of miles of buried energy, water, telecom and electrical pipelines and conduits across the USA.
The markets for Geospatial Corporation and their cloud-based GIS platform, GeoUnderground are massive and the applications seem far-reaching. For instance, there are 60,000 Municipalities and 5,300 colleges and universities throughout the US. Very few, if any, have an accurate map of their underground assets. State Local and Education (SLED) markets are under increased pressure to manage their underground infrastructure due to the global proliferation of SMART Cities, growing health & safety concerns and the rapidly changing technologies bringing us autonomous driving vehicles and soon, autonomous excavators and other construction & maintenance advances.
Mark Smith commented, “Our unique opportunities in several new market segments were able to be detailed in this interview as well as our exciting future plans for several upcoming projects. Our work to date has set the stage for an exciting 2017 and It was a pleasure discussing our achievements and progress with SmalCapVoice.com.”
SmallCapVoice.com is a recognized corporate investor relations firm, with clients nationwide, known for its ability to help emerging growth companies build a following among retail and institutional investors. SmallCapVoice.com utilizes its stock newsletter to feature its daily stock picks, audio interviews, as well as its clients’ financial news releases. SmallCapVoice.com also offers individual investors all the tools they need to make informed decisions about the stocks they are interested in. Tools like stock charts, stock alerts, and Company Information Sheets can assist with investing in stocks that are traded on the OTC BB and Pink Sheets. To learn more about SmallCapVoice.com and their services, please visit http://smallcapvoice.com/blog/the-small-cap-daily-small-cap-newsletter/
About Geospatial Corporation
Geospatial Corporation utilizes integrated technologies to determine the accurate location and position of underground pipelines, conduits and other underground infrastructure data allowing Geospatial to create accurate three-dimensional (3D) digital maps and models of underground infrastructure. Our website is www.GeospatialCorporation.com. The Company manages this critical infrastructure data on its cloud-based GIS portal called GeoUnderground, our proprietary GIS platform custom designed around the Google Maps API.
Geospatial provides integrated data acquisition technologies that accurately locate and map underground and aboveground infrastructure assets such as pipelines and surface features via its GeoUnderground cloud-based portal.
GeoUnderground, designed around the Google Maps API, is Geospatial’s cloud-based GIS platform that provides clients with a total solution to their underground and aboveground asset management needs. (www.GeoUnderground.com). Please feel free to download a free trial from this website. Geospatial is a Google Cloud Partner – Technology Track.
GeoUnderground leverages Google Maps to deliver asset management capabilities in the cloud in an economical SAAS model allowing every municipality in the country to afford to digitally manage their infrastructure. GeoUnderground is secure and simple to use with little need for massive technological changes, training or development. You just use Google Maps in a new and effective way. Now “All Cities” big or small, can afford to be “Smart Cities.”
Stuart T. Smith