Geospatial big data startup SpaceCurve nets another $3.5M


Gigaom

SpaceCurve, a Seattle-based startup that promises a new approach to analyzing massive amounts of geospatial data, has raised a $3.5 million second round of funding. The new money comes from existing investors Reed Elsevier (see disclosure) and Divergent Ventures, along with new investor Triage Ventures, and brings the company’s total funding to $5.2 million.

As I explained when the company launched in February, SpaceCurve’s technology is « able to discover the underlying patterns in multidimensional geodata rather than trying to work around the complexity in the data values. The goal is a product that gives users a familiar database experience on data that are not at all ideal for traditional databases. » In theory, that should mean anybody collecting data from sensors, mobile devices or other devices spitting out location data will be able make use of it in ways and at a scale never before possible — and…

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