NYC Mayor’s Office Launches New Location Intelligence Dashboard to Predict and Resolve Issues FasterMayor’s Office has deployed a new location intelligence solution for data-driven decision making across city agencies. The data dashboard is one of New York City’s largest urban infrastructure projects, and the announcement is a milestone for location intelligence, data collection, and data visualization.
New Public-Private Partnership Launched to Help Communities Bridge Gap Between Climate Data and Resiliency PlanningWhite House OSTP and partners launch Partnership for Resilience and Preparedness (PREP) to harness the data revolution for climate resilience by helping local governments access the best available information to manage climate risks
CartoDB launches a self-service Location Intelligence tool and rebrands itself to CARTOCartoDB launches CARTO Builder to enable Data Analysts to build location intelligence applications without coding. It integrates a new visual language for performing spatial analysis and ready-to-use widgets that allows for filtering, drill-down, and exploration of location data. CartoDB is rebranding the company to CARTO to further connect with its non-developers audience.
CartoDB launches the Data Observatory, a first-of-its-kind data service, to discover dimensions behind your dataCartoDB, a leading company in location intelligence and data analysis, has announced the launch of the Data Observatory, a state-of-the-art data service, which provides measurements on location dimensions such as populations, jobs, and commerce to facilitate more powerful predictions.
CartoDB Unveils Deep Insights at 2016 Mobile World CongressCartoDB’s Deep Insights technology surfaces previously undiscovered patterns in data sets, with realtime visualization, dynamic filtering, and the exploration of hundreds-of-millions of geospatial points with rich interactive dashboards.
CartoDB Announces New Member to Board of DirectorsCartoDB, the world’s leading company for location intelligence, data analysis and visualization, announced today the appointment of Anthony Deighton to its Board of Directors. Deighton comes to CartoDB as the company prepares to unveil new roadmap offerings for Q1, bringing expertise from his work with scaling growth and product development as organizations grow from startup to public companies.
CartoDB’s Location Intelligence Platform Continues Revolutionizing the Future of Smart CitiesCartoDB, the leading company for location data analysis and visualization, revealed the first stages of one of the most comprehensive location intelligence projects in development with Mexico City at the Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC) in Barcelona.
CartoDB raises $23mm in Series B funding to bring location analysis and data visualization to the massesCartoDB, the leading company for location data analysis and visualization, today announced that it has closed a $23 million Series B investment round, led by new investor Accel Partners, with additional participation from new investor Salesforce Ventures and existing investors Earlybird Ventures and Kibo Ventures. The investment brings CartoDB’s total funding since launch to $31 million.
CartoDB launches One-Click Mapping, the mapping revolutionOur brand new functionality will analyze your uploaded datasets and make suggestions of columns to visualize, offering you a selection of ready-made maps the moment you upload your dataset. The platform will now give you a variety of sample maps to choose from, tailored to fit your visualization needs.
Cartodb and DigitalGlobe partner to offer media organizations access to high resolution satellite imagery for visual storytellingCartoDB and DigitalGlobe have partnered to bring satellite data to mapmakers everywhere in order to help them visually explain the events and information shaping our world. The new offering will provide users of all levels with access to the latest satellite content from DigitalGlobe, enabling journalists, publishers, bloggers and web developers to easily incorporate high-resolution imagery into their online content in a matter of minutes.
CartoDB announces unlimited map views for everybodyNo map view quotas? If you aren't familiar with map views, most mapping services count how popular your maps are based on the number of viewers. If you go over a certain threshold, you pay. CartoDB just undid that by overhauling their pricing plans and making map views unlimited for all users. This is great for small businesses, student, and non-profits alike.
New open source tool for journalists and designers to weave interactive stories content into their storytellingNew York, NY -- CartoDB today announced the Beta release of Odyssey.js, an open source library that content creators can use to build interactive stories on the web. The tool was developed with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Although the Web brings a new world of possibilities in terms of content formats, we still mostly rely on formats from past: long text, photos and some video. While a number of innovators are pushing new methods, the mechanisms for telling inte...
EcoHack, a global hackathon to help protect the environment- A global event that will unite scientists, hackers, designers, and citizens concerned about the environment - To take place on May 9th and 10th at simultaneous times, in New York City, San Francisco, São Paulo, and Madrid - Anyone can participate—the only requirement is a desire to help, understand, and protect the planet - CartoDB is giving event participants free resources, and is organizing a workshop in Madrid on May 6th so that you understand what EcoHack is all about
How can an online mapping tool help us better understand climate change?In June 2013, the President of the United States announced the Climate Data Initiative, an effort to leverage data to help the American people understand and prepare for climate change. The initiative is aimed at advancing environmental science, preparedness, and education through the use of open data. In response to the President's call to action, CartoDB, one of the internet's leading mapping tools, has created a Climate Grants program to enable nonprofits working on climate change related ...
The two most promising startups in Spain unite to provide the ultimate solution for visualizing big data for companies at #MWC14.On Wednesday 26th, at Mobile World Congress 2014, CartoDB and Ducksboard are announcing a common solution to create complete situation rooms combining maps and charts. It will take place at the Spanish Pavilion / Congress Square / CS60, Wednesday 26th of February at 12:30PM
CARTO leads the world of location intelligence, empowering any organization and individual to discover and predict key insights through location data. With CARTO’s intuitive location intelligence platform, analysts and developers build self-service location based apps that help optimize operational performance, strategic investments, and everyday decisions.
Founded in 2012 by a team of experts in geospatial development, big data analytics, and visualization techniques, CARTO is based in New York City and Spain, with additional locations in San Francisco and Estonia. CARTO has a team of 100 employees, a portfolio of 1,200 customers including BBVA, BCG, NYC, Twitter, and Vodafone and more than 200,000 users over the globe. The company is backed by investors such as Accel and Salesforce Ventures.