General Terms And Conditions
Cookie Statement [v2 06/2022]

[1] Cookies and crawling
What are Cookies

Cookies are small data files that are stored in your web browser on your computer, tablet or smartphone when you visit a website. Cookies serve a number of purposes like letting you navigate between pages efficiently, remembering your preferences, interests or log in details, and generally improving your experience.

What are Cookies

Yes, we use cookies to make the website work and enhance the visitor experience. On the website only cookies necessary for the website to function are turned on. All other cookies are turned off by default and require your consent to be activated. It is important to note that by disabling certain categories of cookies, you may be prevented from accessing some features of our websites. Please see section 5 for information on giving consent / opting out of the use of cookies on this website. Please view the Cookie List on this website.

Why do we use Cookies?

We use cookies for the following purposes:

  • To make the website work.
  • To customise your visit.
  • To improve our website.
  • To save a visitor's recent searches to save them time when revisiting our Website.
  • To provide visitors with advertising that is relevant (third parties are involved in providing this).
  • To analyse and compile collected data to build a profile about visitors.

Which Cookies do we use?
General Information
Source (Where cookies come from)

First Party Cookies: These cookies are provided by us and used by various features on our Website. Examples may include customising a visitor's visit, providing statistical information, and verifying a visitor's identity for security purposes.

Third Party Cookies: These cookies are provided by “Third Party” vendors who provide products and features we have integrated into our Website. Examples include social media sites, ad networks, and security systems.

Third Party Cookies: These cookies are provided by “Third Party” vendors who provide products and features we have integrated into our Website. Examples include social media sites, ad networks, and security systems.
Expiration (How long cookies last)

Session Cookies: These cookies are added when a visitor starts to browse our Website or interacts with a specific feature and are deleted when the browser is closed. .

Persistent Cookies: These cookies are added when a visitor starts to browse our Website or interacts with a specific feature, but may remain stored on your Device until a certain termination date is reached (in terms of minutes, days or years from the creation/update of the cookie).

Type (What application uses the cookie)

Necessary Cookies: Necessary cookies are required in order to ensure the website functions properly. These cookies do not collect information from your computer and they typically store information in the form of a session identification that does not personally identify you.

User Experience: These cookies to help improve your experience on this website. These cookies are often set to remember user preferences especially between visits on the website.

Analytical Cookies: Analytical cookies to help us to improve our website by collecting and reporting information on how you use it. These cookies collect information in a way that does not directly identify anyone.

Marketing Cookies: These cookies are generally set as a result of some embedded content such as a video, a social media share or a like button. These cookies are set to help improve the user experience on the website. These are often set to remember user preferences especially between visits on the website.

Managing and Disabling Cookies

You can control the cookies placed and retained on your device. The Data Protection Notice and this Cookie Policy are provided to be transparent about our practices regarding the use of cookies and to allow you the opportunity to make an informed choice.
On the website only cookies necessary for the site to function are turned on. All other cookies are turned off by default and require your consent to be activated. Where applicable, we will obtain your prior informed consent to use these cookies and other tracking technologies which store or access information on your device.
Upon your first visit to the website, our cookies management tool will be activated. You will be asked to set your cookies preference for the website. Your selected preference will be stored for 6-month before you will be asked again to confirm your cookie preferences.
You can withdraw / change this consent at any time by clicking on the ‘Manage Cookies’ icon located on the footer of each of our website pages. You can then adjust the available sliders to left ‘Reject’ or to the right from ‘Accept’ and click ‘Confirm my Choices” to save the changes. You may need to refresh your page for your settings to take effect.
Please note if you limit the ability of the Website to set cookies, this may prevent you from using certain features of our website properly and your user experience – which will no longer be personalised for you – may deteriorate.

Where can I get more information about Cookies?

You can find more information about cookies by visiting the following information websites:

Amendments to this Notice

We will post any changes to our Cookie Notice on the website and when doing so will change the effective date at the top of this Cookie Notice. We will also update our Cookie Management Tool.

Privacy Policy [v2 05/2022]

[1] Registration and use of personal data

We fully respect your right to privacy. Any personal information which you provide to us will be treated with the highest standards of security and confidentiality, strictly in accordance with the Data Protection Acts 1988-2018. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 is a regulation on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union. It came into force across the European Union on 25 May 2018. It replaces the previous data protection directive which has been in force since 1995 and forms the basis of our new Data Protection Irish laws (Data Protection Acts 1988-2018).

[1.1]The GDPR and Ireland

As an EU Regulation, the GDPR does not generally require transposition into Irish law, as EU Regulations have “direct effect”. In Ireland, we have introduced new legislation known as the Data Protection Act 2018 which was signed into law on 24 May 2018.

Among its provisions, the Act:

  • gives further effect to the GDPR in areas where Member States have some flexibility (Part 3 of the Act), for example, the digital age of consent

This new Act, together with the previous data protection legislation will be collectively known as the “Data Protection Acts 1988-2018”.

[1.3]Personal data

Personal data means data relating to a person who is or can be identified either from the data itself or in conjunction with other information that is in, or is likely to come into, the possession of the Department. It covers any information that relates to an identified or identifiable living individual. These data can be held on computers or in manual files.

[1.4]The Companies obligations

Under the GDPR and Data Protection Acts 1988-2018, this company, as a Data Controller, has a legal responsibility to:.

  • obtain and process personal data lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner
  • keep it only for one or more specified and explicit lawful purpose(s)
  • process it only in ways compatible with the purpose of which it was given initially
  • keep data accurate, relevant and not excessive
  • retain it no longer than is necessary for the specified purpose or purposes
  • keep personal data safe and secure

[1.5] Dur Data Protection Officer

Our Data Protection Officer is Johan Sewdell. He is responsible for all Data Protection matters for our company and its five Offices.

Contacting our Data Protection Officer

You can contact our Data Protection Officer by emailing dataprotection[at]locatiblelogistics.com

[1.6]Data subjects’ rights

[A data subject (“individual”) has the following rights under the GDPR and Data Protection Acts 1988-2018:

  • the right to be informed
  • the right of access
  • the right to rectification
  • the right to erasure/right “to be forgotten”
  • the right to restrict processing
  • the right to data portability
  • the right to object
  • rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling

[1.6]Access to personal Data

An individual can make a data protection access request by completing a Subject Access Request (SAR) form and sending it to:

Johan Sewdell, Data Protection Officer, Locatible, GW116 Greenway, Grangegorman, Dublin 7. D07 H6K8.

Applications can also be sent by email to dataprotection[at]locatiblelogistics.com

Submitting a Subject Access Request (SAR)

You must complete a Subject Access Request (SAR) form in order to request a copy of your own personal information from us. This Form must be completed in full and sent to our Data Protection Officer. You will also need to supply us with adequate Proof of Identity as part of this process. You should try to be as specific as possible in identifying the personal information that you are seeking from us. Also, if possible, try to specify the areas of the Department where you feel would be most relevant to your request. This will assist us in providing you with an effective and efficient service. The most efficient way for us to deal with your Subject Access Request (SAR) is to email us with a copy of your completed Subject Access Request (SAR) form and adequate Proof of Identity to dataprotection[at]locatiblelogistics.com.

[1.7]Exceptions to the right of access

In a small number of circumstances your right to access personal records can be limited. This is necessary in order to strike a balance between the rights of the individual, on the one hand, and some important needs of civil society, on the other hand.

[1.8]Supervision and enforcement
Independent supervisory authorities

Under the GDPR, each EU Member State will have one or more independent public authorities responsible for monitoring the application of the Regulation. In Ireland, under the Data Protection Act 2018, the Data Protection Commissioner has been replaced with a Data Protection Commission.

Each supervisory authority will:

  • Monitor and the enforce the application of the GDPR
  • Promote public awareness of the rules and rights around data processing
  • Advise the government on data protection issues
  • Promote awareness among controllers and processors of their obligations
  • Provide information to individuals about their data protection rights
  • Maintain a list of processing operations requiring data protection impact assessment

Each authority will have the power to order any controller or processor to provide information that the authority requires to assess compliance with the Regulation. The authority may carry out investigations of controllers and processors in the form of data audits, including accessing the premises of a controller or processor. The authority can order a controller or processor to change their processes, comply with data subject requests. The authority can also issue warnings to controllers and processors and can ban processing as well as commence legal proceedings against a controller or processor.

[1.9]European Data Protection Board

The GDPR will introduce a new European data protection supervisory authority. The European Data Protection Board will be responsible for ensuring that the GDPR is applied consistently across the European Union. The Board will issue guidelines and recommendations on the application of the Regulation. The Board will also advise the EU Commission on the application of the Regulation and any updates that may be required. The Board will be made up of the head of one supervisory authority of each EU Member State and a European Data Protection supervisor.

Legal [v3 06/2022]

[1] General

This website contains general information about Analyticso Limited, Locatible, Locatible Vision, Locatible Logistics are trading names of Analyticso Limited, a Company Limited by Shares, registered in Ireland, Locatible US in the United Stated and Locatible Logistics Canada in Canada. as a company.

The materials contained on (and publications provided within) this website are not intended to provide, and do not constitute or comprise, advice on any particular matter and are provided for general information purposes only. You should not act or refrain from acting on the basis of any material contained on (or publications provided within) this website, without seeking appropriate professional advice.

Your use of this Website is subject to these terms and conditions of use. By using this Website you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.

[2] Links

Hypertext or other links to this website are prohibited without the consent of Locatible. If you wish to provide a link to this site, you should notify us by e-mail to dataprotection[at]locatiblelogistics.com and give details of the URL(s) of the page(s) with links to our website and the URL(s) of the page(s) to which you wish to link on our website.

[3] Disclaimer

This website is available without any representations or warranties of any kind, either express of implied. Locatible makes no representations, warranties or undertakings about any of the Materials or any content of or information on any other website referred to or accessed by hypertext link or otherwise through this website (“third party site”). Locatible does not endorse or approve the content of any third party site, nor will Locatible have any liability in connection with any third party site.

[4] Limitation of Liability

To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, neither Locatible nor its partners, associates, consultants, employees, affiliates or other representatives thereof will be liable for loss or damage arising out of or in connection with your use of the materials or any facilities or services offered through this website (including, but not limited to, indirect or consequential loss or damages, loss of data, income, profit or opportunity, loss of or damage to property and claims of third parties) even if Locatible has been advised of the possibility of such loss or damages or such loss or damages were reasonably foreseeable.

[5] Privacy Statement and Data Protection

Privacy and data protection rights are important to Locatible and we are committed to safeguarding the privacy rights of all our officers, employees, volunteers, affiliates, service users, contractors, and supporters. Locatible is committed to protecting the privacy of individuals in relation to the processing of personal data that we may collect, access, use and/or disclose. Locatible will be treat any personal information volunteered to or sought by it with the highest standards of security and confidentiality, in accordance with current data protection law and regulation and at all times following best practice management approaches.

Visitors are advised that each time they visit a Website that two general levels of information about their visit can be retained. The first comprises statistical and other analytical information collected on an aggregate and non-individual specific basis of all browsers who visit the site. The second is information, which is personal or particular to a specific visitor who knowingly chooses to provide that information. The statistical and analytical information provides general and not individually specific information about the number of people who visit this website; the number of people who return to this site; the pages that they visit; where they were before they came to this site and the page in the site at which they exited. This information helps us monitor traffic on our website so that we can manage the site’s capacity and efficiency. It also helps us to understand which parts of this site are most popular and generally, to assess user behaviour and characteristics in order to measure interest in and use of the various areas of the site.

Being familiar with user preferences is an essential element of providing a satisfactory experience for visitors to our site. We use Google Analytics to collect information about site usage and compile reports to help improve the site. We use Cookies to collect information, in an anonymous form, including the numbers of site visits, where visitors come from and which pages they visit.

Locatible’s website automatically collects and stores the following information:

  • The IP address which accesses our website
  • The type of browser and operating system used to access our site
  • The date and time of access to our site
  • Lick screen data which shows the traffic of users around the site, pages visited
  • The internet address of the website that accessed our site

We do not, under any circumstances:

  • Share the information we track on this site, in any form, with any third party
  • Release personal information about any user