Retrieves customer interests from their location history and outputs distinctive user interest profiles, making them ideal for relevant targeting, recommendations, all kinds of personalization and user matching. Simply saying, the API helps answering a question of "WHO TO TARGET?"
Provides a detailed, rich, contextual knowledge of any given place by footfall interests and day part. The data feed is a result of aggregating, anonymising, and extrapolating of individual user interest profiles. API empowers marketers to make a decision of "WHEN AND WHERE TO TARGET THEIR AUDIENCE."
Locomizer is exhibiting at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from February 22nd – 25th this year. If you are attending, our team would love to chat with you! Send us a meeting request to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our booth. You will find us in at Hall 5 Congress Square, Catalonia Pavilion Booth CS50. FOR […]
Location is everything for Locomizer and it surely feels nice when our work in the field of geo-behavioral customer profiling gets noticed by a reputable industry research powerhouse like Forrester Research. Locomizer was recently interviewed by Forrester for their “TechRadar™: Spatial Data And Location Intelligence, Q1 2016″ report, which was just published on the company’s […]
Selected by London B2B incubator Collider12 for Winter/Spring 2013 Class and raised our first seed round.
Used advice and money from the Collider12 accelerator to build and test our MVP.
Selected by San Francisco Momentum startup accelerator for Summer 2013 Class hosted by RocketSpace.
Locomizer was named by Mashable a TOP25 UK startup!
Successful live trial with McDonald’s
First commercial contract in Sep 2014
Locomizer expands to 4.2 million records per hour
Replicating Emotional Intelligence "The first step to recognizing the superiority of BI is to stop trying to replicate the human brain and observe intelligent systems. And this is a much sought after pursuit in traditional marketing – with or without an algorithmic approach. Joseph Vita DeLuca, VP Marketing and Communications at Yieldr, aptly described the challenges and opportunities of better understanding separate biological systems in the marketing sense as ‘hypersegmentation’." more
AI has Limits "Artificial intelligence has limits of scope, but they fade away when compared with the performances of natural intelligence." more
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A New Method of Audience Discovery After more than 10 years of scientific research on cell behaviour in nature and humans, Polyakov and Poliakov came up with an idea to invent a new method of audience discovery. Locomizer and the nature-based algorithm behind it is the final product of that idea. Using its specialised algorithm, the company enables businesses to better understand their customer profiles by providing them with accurate user interest profiles generated by the places and surroundings where they spend their time... more
Alexei leads a team of physicists, mathematicians and developmental biologists to answer one of the most intriguing questions in modern biology: How do cells organise themselves into highly ordered and super-dynamic communities called tissues organs and organisms? more
Self-Organization of Cells as a Phase Transition Phenomenon This and 30 more research papers by Dr Alexei Poliakov can be found here on ResearchGate.
One of the 100 Most Exciting and Innovative New Businesses in the UK "There was a rigorous selection process and the fact that we have made the list serves as a perfect validation for locomizer’s product vision. There is still some room for improvement and we are determined to move up the ranks next year.” more
Simulation of cell movement and interaction. A mechanical model of cell motion was developed that reproduced the behaviour of cells in 2-dimensional culture. more
A Mechanical Model of Cell Segregation Driven by Differential Adhesion From simulations that begin with a random mix of two cell types, we monitor progress towards segregation driven by contact-mediated linkage of model cells, which is equivalent to the cell-cell adhesion of real cells. more
The exponential progress and accessibility of computing has vastly increased data flows and revolutionized the practice of science, engineering, and communication. Computing plays a critical role in advancing research across almost every scientific discipline. Computation for Humanity: Information Technology to Advance Society is a guide for the creation of services, products, and tools that facilitate, support, and enhance progress of humanity toward more sustainable life. This book: Provides a deep understanding of the practical applications of computation to solve human-machine problems Delivers insight into theoretical approaches in an accessible manner Provides a comprehensive overview of computational science and engineering applications in selected disciplines Crosses the boundaries between different domains and shows how they interrelate and complement one another Focuses on grand challenges and issues that matter for the future of humanity Shows different perspectives of computational thinking, understanding, and reasoning Provides a basis for scientific discoveries and enables adopting scientific theories and engineering practices from other disciplines. more