mapIT is your trusted spatial partner giving you access to a wide range of products, ranging from location intelligence to traffic and all the elements in between

mapIT is a 100% black owned business, offering enterprise location insights to co-create solutions with our customers and partners. With over 19 years in the mapping industry and 2.1 million assets using our data, we’re able to deliver the most comprehensive geospatial insights to the market. We are also the official TomTom distributor for Africa.

Through global and local partnerships, we are able to offer our customers highly accurate and detailed location data. In a connected world, we are offering enterprise location solutions to enable digital transformation. Making effective use of GIS and other innovative technology and resources, we provide the last mile for data analytics – geospatial intelligence.


To be the leading digital mapping solutions partner throughout Africa.


To be Africa’s preferred digital mapping solutions partner for enterprises


Get to Know the People Behind mapIT

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Kamal Ramsingh

Kamal Ramsingh is a self confessed life servant of IT of which he dedicated nearly three decades of service across multiple sectors. Kamal has occupied executive positions at large multi national consulting and systems integration firms and advised CIO s and organisations across East, West, and Southern Africa.

He is a successful African ICT Entrepreneur and continues to express his passion and purpose of capitalising on the envisaged growth in the geospatial intelligence market. Founder and CEO of Geo Intelligence Corp, and chairman of MAPIT (previously TomTom SA) which is at the forefront of digital mapping solutions. MAPIT has established a deep penetration of the geospatial market providing location intelligence to over 2.1 million assets, whilst supporting GeoInt’ s focus on providing ground breaking geospatial products and solutions across multiple sectors.

“This is definitely a special time for our country and sector. Our post pandemic reality has cast a sharp focus on space and location based assets and how they can be leveraged at times of crisis. These realities also highlighted our lack of readiness (as a country) to adequately leverage these assets.” Kamal Ramsingh

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Lee Annamalai

Lee Annamalai has a Masters in engineering from the University of Pretoria and a wide technology capability ranging from electronic engineering and systems in defence, the Internet of Things and space systems to big data spatial information systems.

As a key developer of the South African Space Strategy, and founding board member of the South African National Space Agency he was responsible for the strategy of the Agency and feasibility of South African Space Missions.

He also established and grew the Spatial Information and Earth Observation R&D and the IoT and Data Analytics teams at the CSIR s Meraka Institute from 2011 to 2018. Presently he is an appointed member of the South African Space Council.

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Building 11A, Floor 2, 20
Woodlands Drive, Sandton,
South Africa, 2191

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