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Fremantle’s L-3 Nautronix Establishes Itself as a World Leader in the Commercial and Defence Sectors, in the March Issue of Business Review Australia

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SAN DIEGO, CA–(Marketwire – Mar 29, 2012) – Since its inception in 1984, L-3 Nautronix has established itself as a true global leader in the maritime manufacturing and defence sectors, supplying through-water communications, portable tracking devices, navigation tools and geospatial support systems to Australian and international maritime customers.

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SpaceCurve scores $2.7M to analyze location data

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By Derrick Harris, GigaOM

SpaceCurve, a Seattle-based
startup pushing a database designed for location data, has
$2.7 million on the promise it can help application developers
better leverage the Internet of things. The money, which comes
from Reed Elsevier Ventures, Divergent Ventures and Musea
Ventures, will help SpaceCurve educate the market on its unique

According to newly appointed CEO John Slitz, SpaceCurve could be
a godsend for companies in the mobile, advertising, financial,
intelligence and other sectors that need to analyze lots of complex
location data in a hurry. That could be geospatial, geotemporal,
network or sensor data that’s constantly created by devices
from mobile phones to water-safety monitors. The main problem, he
said, is that this type of data accumulates fast and doesn’t
necessarily follow any standard structures, so storing and
analyzing it can be a burden.

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