MTR100 '13 Marinexplore

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

920 Stewart Drive
Sunnyvale, Calif., U.S. 94085
Tel:  (408) 752-8518
Email: nico@marinexplore.com
Website: www.marinexplore.com
CEO/President:    Rainer Sternfeld
Vice President :   André Karpištšenko
                            Kalle Kägi
Number of Employees: 14

The Case:

Marinexplore is providing the offshore and maritime industry with a trusted data platform to organize and make sense of diverse types of ocean data, dramatically reducing risk, effort and time associated to decision-making.

The Company:

Marinexplore is a Silicon Valley-based company founded in 2012, creating a big data platform for ocean data. The company has already aggregated and organized over 1.5 billion measurements from more than 31,000 ocean-borne platforms and 12 satellites products. The open data focused Marinexplore community has grown close to 5,000 people involving ocean professionals from across the globe.

The Tech:

Marinexplore secure solutions are tailored for streamlined data connectivity, management and distribution, helping companies to understand data that is structured spatio-temporally, run analysis without moving the data and make informed decisions.

 

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

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