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Join Spottitt at the 10th Annual Global Asset Management Forum 

We are excited to announce that Spottitt, a leading provider of geospatial analytics solutions, will be a proud bronze sponsor at the upcoming 10th Annual Global Asset Management Forum for Distribution System Operators.

This jubilee event will take place on the 19th and 20th of June 2023 in Amsterdam, Netherlands, organized by TBM Group. 

We invite you to visit our booth and discover how our innovative technologies can revolutionize your asset management strategies.

Explore Cutting-Edge Geospatial Analytics

At Spottitt, we specialize in harnessing the power of satellite-derived analytics and artificial intelligence to help power, utilities, and infrastructure industries improve asset safety, performance, and resiliency. Our advanced machine learning algorithms process a wide variety of satellite data, delivering near real-time insights on complex spatial patterns and risks, at scale.

Exclusive 20% Discount for Attendees

As a special offer, we are pleased to provide a 20% discount on two tickets. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable knowledge, network with industry experts, and experience the latest advancements in asset management. Send us a message to info@spottitt.com with a subject line “Spottitt20TBM” to express your interest and we will sort it out. 

Visit Our Booth at the Event

We invite you to visit our booth to learn more about our geospatial analytics solutions. Discover how Spottitt can help you optimize decision-making, improve operational efficiency, and reduce expenses through effortless integration of satellite-derived insights into your existing workflows. Our team of experts will be available to showcase our technologies and discuss how they can address your specific challenges.

Connect and Collaborate

The event presents an excellent opportunity to connect with industry professionals, exchange ideas, and explore potential collaborations. We look forward to engaging with you, understanding your requirements and constraints, and providing tailored solutions to drive your asset management strategies forward.

Join us at our booth, take advantage of the exclusive discount, and unlock the potential of geospatial analytics for your organization.

We hope to see you in Amsterdam!

Niccolo Teodori
Niccolo Teodori

Spottitt Chief Growth Officer

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