SpaceCurve is a geospatial startup that has raised $10 million in funding led by Triage Ventures. This is the company’s second round of institutional funding. The company has raised a total of $17.3 million in funding including a $3.5 million Series A round last summer.
“SpaceCurve?s geospatial-temporal database and graph-analysis tools effortlessly handle the scale and complexity of geospatial, temporal, sensor network, social graph, and other large data to create real-time models and immediately actionable intelligence,” said the company in a statement.
SpaceCurve can analyze large volumes of data including check-ins and sensory data. This past February, SpaceCurve set a record for crunching location-aware tweet records averaging 2,500 bytes in size at a rate that is equal to millions of records per second and hundreds of billions of records per day, according to VentureBeat.
SpaceCurve was founded in 2009 by J. Andrew Rogers. Rogers used to work on Google Maps and the U.K. Meteorological Office. Some of their customers are in the government, communications, energy, financial trading, mobile, and social media sectors.