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last modified Feb 12, 2018 01:34 PM
Seed funding success for data intelligence company

Data intelligence company Siren has successfully secured €3m in a seed round to aid in the deployment of its semantic data investigation technology in new sectors, as an addition to its existing work with law enforcement agencies.

The investment round was led by the University Bridge Fund, which invests in companies built from world-class research.

Siren’s platform leverages relationships across numerous datasets, creating meaningful and accessible data along with dashboard analytics, knowledge graphs and real-time alerts.

Giovanni Tummarello, founder and chief product officer, said: “Our unique semantic approach enables fast responses to complex data investigation challenges. Our initial focus has been on working with national security services and police, where the mission-critical investigation of data is often done under intense time pressure.”

Tummarello added that these data investigation capabilities had not been easily accessible in other sectors, but Siren was “now working with some of the largest financial and life sciences organisations to enable cross-dataset real-time investigation”. 

Siren’s platform leverages relationships across numerous datasets, creating meaningful and accessible data along with dashboard analytics, knowledge graphs and real-time alerts.

Siren are members of ideaSpace South.

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