Cambridge spinout GeoSpock hopes to generate between $19.9m and $26.5m to help push its geo-temporal data visualisation package into international markets.

GeoSpock, a UK-based big data analytics platform spun out from University of Cambridge, is targeting £15m to £20m ($19.9m to $26.5m) for its latest funding round, the Cambridge Independent reported yesterday.

No investors were confirmed for the round, which opened yesterday and is expected to close in late September or early October 2018. Hermann Hauser, director of Amadeus Capital Partners, reportedly marked his interest by attending GeoSpock’s recent open day.

Founded in 2013, GeoSpock develops big data analytics software products…

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