Space-Time Insight closes $20M for its big, visual data platform

A San Mateo, Calif.-based startup called Space-Time Insight has raised a $20 million series C investment round led by London-based firm Zouk Capital. Space-Time provides a platform for analyzing and visualizing streaming data, and is gaining traction in the utility sector. We profiled the company in 2011, specifically its work with California ISO to put real-time energy data on an 80-foot screen in the agency’s control room. Space-Time closed a $14 million series B investment round last September.

13 energy data startups to watch in 2013

Data analytics took the energy sector by storm in 2012, and a bunch of companies launched, raised funding and grew their businesses last year. Here’s 13 energy data startups you should watch in 2013.

Space-Time Insight raises $14M to put your data on a map

Space-Time Insight has raised $14 million for its technology that visualizes geospatial data on a map so users can actually see what they’re dealing with and start to see correlations in entirely new ways. Although the energy sector drives business, the company is catching on elsewhere.

How Google Maps is changing the face of data

Already incredibly useful for helping us get directions, find the nearest grocery store and find out our state capitol, Google Maps is now becoming the hot way to display enterprise or organizational data that’s tagged with location data. The timing of this trend isn’t surprising.

How California ISO uses Google Maps, big data to manage power

Talk about big data: The California Independent System Operator Corporation has installed an 80-foot by 6.5-foot screen in its control room to display real-time power-grid data from thousands of endpoints. Its system is powered by Space-Time Insight, whose software melds real-time geospatial data with unique visualizations.