MTR100 '13: OneOcean Corporation

Monday, September 16, 2013
Don Davis

The Company
OneOcean Corporation is changing the way big spatial data is managed, accessed and exchanged around the world. OneOcean’s ClipCard presents a rich abstract of source data that can be viewed and shared anywhere, giving users an instant understanding of what complex data contain, the means to grant secure access when needed, and the ability to market data assets for value. The ClipCard platform is backed by a global cloud infrastructure and delivered as an easy monthly service. OneOcean is on a mission to help industry, governments, and researchers alike take command of their information.

The Tech

The ClipCard platform is a cloud-based service for managing spatial data. ClipCard features a lightweight summary of source data along with visual previews, associations, spatial extents and other critical information. ClipCards are linked to their source, but are only a fraction of the size, so they can be viewed and shared anywhere. ClipCard puts data in context, helping users understand what they have and communicate quickly with others.The platform can be used to grant secure access to source data via the cloud; to make data available publicly, privately, or for sale; and to request data and services directly from a map.
 

OneOcean Corporation

2201 Sixth Ave., Seattle, Wash. 98121
Tel:      (877) 876-9167
Email:    info@OneOceanCorp.com
Website:     www.oneoceancorp.com
CEO/President:    Don Davis
Number of Employees:    39
Sales Manager    John Lee

(As published in the July/August 2013 edition of Marine Technologies - www.seadiscovery.com)


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