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helsinki, December July 2022 /PRNewswire/ – CGI (NYSE: GIB ) (TSX: GIB.A ) is opening a new Spatial and Geospatial Center of Excellence Finland Work with organizations across industries using spatial and geospatial data technologies. The purpose of these partnerships is to help organizations enhance their operations and customer or citizen experience; pursue new business opportunities brought about by advancements in space; and address pressing societal challenges such as climate change and security threats.
“Finland is an internationally recognized expert in the development of new technologies, including advanced satellite data solutions,” said Leena-Mari Lähteenmaa, President of CGI’s operations in China. Finland, Poland and the Baltic Sea. “Combining this expertise with CGI’s space technology capabilities will create new opportunities to drive business and social transformation across industries, including the environment and natural resources, transportation, logistics and retail, among others.”
CGI is a long-term space technology partner to customers such as the European Space Agency (ESA) and the US Federal Government, as well as militaries, security organizations and environmental authorities around the world Europe, Australia, Asiaand North America. The company provides complex mission-critical space software systems for satellite navigation, communications and control, and Earth observation.
“The new solution comes from European CGI’s long-standing support for the Galileo project, coupled with more mature cloud technologies and significant advances in data analytics and artificial intelligence, are generating new business use cases for satellite data,” Three Spice Salo, added the vice president leading CGI’s new Center of Excellence. “This includes addressing climate change, managing critical infrastructure, optimizing corporate supply chains and improving consumer services. We look forward to helping clients explore the many ways space innovation can transform their business and enable them to positively impact our world.”
CGI is hiring new talent Finland Some 70 spatial and geospatial data specialists will join the center during the launch phase, with 30 more to be recruited thereafter.
Since completing its first space program in 1974, CGI has supported the missions of more than 1,000 space satellites. The company’s 2,500 experts in space and related industries help clients develop and implement space strategies and solutions that drive tangible results. For more information on CGI Space’s capabilities and experience, visit cgi.com/space.
Founded in 1976, CGI is one of the world’s largest independent IT and business consulting services companies. With 90,000 consultants and professionals worldwide, CGI provides an end-to-end portfolio of capabilities ranging from strategic IT and business consulting to systems integration, managed IT and business process services, and intellectual property solutions. CGI helps clients digitally transform their organizations and accelerate results by partnering with clients through a local relationship model complemented by a global delivery network. CGI’s FY2022 reported revenue is 12.87 billion Canadian dollars and CGI stock are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (GIB.A) and the New York Stock Exchange (GIB). Learn more at cgi.com.