GPS-it is New Zealand’s leading aerial mapping provider and a leading software development company.
WE NEED YOU!
As we grow, we will need more experts in:
- Data science
- Artificial Intelligence + machine learning
- Software development
GPS-it are New Zealand’s farm and orchard mapping experts. We give land-owners a true vision of their business.
Chat with CEO
Matt Flowerday GPS-it Founder & Managing Director
“We need more developers, but we also need more people to deliver our solutions. We will also need experienced agronomists and sector knowledge as we move more into the predictive analytics space. Ideally, we are looking for people with a passion for agriculture and an understanding of tech. ”
At a glance
GPS-it are New Zealand’s farm and orchard aerial mapping experts and a leading software development company. We provide high-quality customised geospatial solutions to our clients, using ESRI technology.
- Founded 2001
- 20 employees + growing
- Offices in central Tauranga
Farm and Orchard Aerial Mapping: We pride ourselves on using the latest drone and aerial imagery technology to produce superiorly accurate maps. Customised GIS Software Solutions: We have extensive experience in developing innovative GIS solutions across a variety of industries. We’re also the ESRI Global Agri-Business partner and among the top AppStudio developers worldwide. AgBox: This is our software solution for farmers to improve profitability, productivity and sustainability by allowing users to easily create, manage and share farm or land features.
Our People | Our Stories
Alex Dunham | Oxford to Tauranga and the Growth of the Technology Sector
Alex Dunham wasn’t sure what she wanted to be when she grew up. Born and raised on the North Shore, she headed off to the University of Auckland and began a Bachelor of Arts while she figured things out. She majored in Spanish, thinking that learning a language sounded like fun …
Gabriel Kennedy | GPS-it Developer Shares his Wellington to Tauranga Story
You could say Gabriel Kennedy has always been a few steps ahead of the rest. By the time Gabriel finished high school, he had already learned enough programming skills to make real money in the gold farming online world. During his gap year, he built an e-commerce website that became a start-up with seven employees. …
Our tech culture
The Bay of Plenty is rapidly becoming the epicentre of hort focussed agri-tech in New Zealand. We are addressing local challenges, but we have a global view and the reach to take our solutions to the world. We are always looking for better ways of doing things. We love to solve problems using technology in new and different ways.
We are growing rapidly with over 50% growth in the last year. We are only just beginning to unlock the potential of our systems.