The team at GeoMoby are shaping the future of geolocation intelligence, boosting safety, security, and performance across a range of industries.
French-born telecommunications engineer Christophe (Chris) Baudia was backpacking around Australia in 2007 when he confronted a problem every traveller has at some point – trying to find the nearest public toilet or shower facilities.
He realised there was no central database for travellers to access, so he created his own app Aussie Loos – which allowed users to find and rate their nearest public facilities. This expanded to include other information like beach closures and grocery deals.
Chris quickly realised the technology was more valuable than the app itself. That same technology has evolved to cater for a far more serious issue – helping businesses boost staff safety, productivity, and asset management through world-first technology.
When Chris isn’t at work, he can be found surfing or kitesurfing on a beach somewhere in Western Australia.
Meet GeoMoby Director Mathieu Paul. Math has been with GeoMoby since 2016 and brings a wealth of experience to the company, especially in business development, management, and all-around entrepreneurial skills.
Math’s primary role is to grow GeoMoby technology and applications in a range of different industries, from mining to insurance. He’s passionate about finding geolocation solutions that boost safety and increase productivity.
The biggest lesson Math has learnt since being with GeoMoby is… resilience! It’s been a steep but rewarding journey and he’s excited about all the possible applications for GeoMoby technology into the future.