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ideaSpace alumni GeoSpock shows long term commitment to Cambridge

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Specialist geospatial database technology secures £3.5m Series A funding

Vans are the workhorse of our economy – clocking up 41.4 billion miles a year – improving driving and the scheduling of journeys would reduce congestion and accidents on our highstreets and cut fuel use. This is among the geospatial applications to be facilitated by radically different type of database developed by Cambridge start-up GeoSpock. It uses knowledge of how our brains store, manage and retrieve information to offer a database capable of supporting the growing Internet of Things (IoT). It has secured £3.5M Series A funding* to bring its first product to market and has appointed Victor Christou of Cambridge Innovation Capital as a non-exec director. 

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