Understanding UWB Technology

Ultra Wideband (UWB) is a wireless communication protocol. It uses radio waves in a similar way to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. What makes UWB different to Bluetooth and WI-FI is the very wide band of several GHz that it operates in.


Delivering during lockdown

As we enter the second lockdown of the year, the team at SQ are still working hard to deliver value to the NHS and wider health systems across Europe. It is very much business as usual for us and this is because the overarching goal never changes.


Becoming a B Corp

Here at Spatial Quotient we are always looking at how we can improve as a business. We are keen to showcase our values and improve our Social and Environmental performance. As a team we have decided to really push ourselves and become 1 of only 366 businesses in the Uk and 1700 in 50 Countries across the World to become a Certified B Corporation (B Corp). Read below to find out more

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A new brand for a new era

We're going through a transformation - from old to new; from start-up to scale-up; from using data to being all about data. We're changing from That Figures to Spatial Quotient.


New, safe ways of working

On the 20th March 2020, along with a vast majority of the UK, all Operational staff at Spatial Quotient were placed on furlough. This lasted until the 15th June, which marked not only my return, but the start of a very important operational period.


Alpacas and algorithms

Its April, and I find myself in a new city, working a new job, and working from home. I had a bit of an adjustment to make, not just to working from home, but also to a new team, a working style, and a new field! It's been quite the ride so far, but things are starting to settle into somewhat of a lockdown routine.


New research partnership with University of Exeter

The two-year project is focused on developing new algorithms to analyse data collected in healthcare clinics. These algorithms will help Spatial Quotient redesign clinic services, in particular, aiming to optimise the complex flows of patients around the healthcare provider. This will significantly reduce patient waiting times, but also improve the working environment and experience of clinic staff.