SpaceCurve, a Seattle, WA-based developer of big data solutions that address growing market demands for real-time location-based services, has raised $2.7m in funding.
Investors include Reed Elsevier Ventures, Divergent Ventures and Musea Ventures.
In addition to the funding, John Slitz has joined the company as CEO bringing more than 30 years of technology industry experience to SpaceCurve. He will set the company’s strategic direction, build the management team and manage day-to-day growth.
Founded by big data expert Andrew Rogers (CTO), SpaceCurve is creating a new database and graph analysis tools for big data, which provide the ability to ingest and analyze large geospatial, geotemporal, sensor and network data sets and create real-time actionable intelligence. It has applications in location-based services, social applications, commodities, defense, emergency services, etc.