The top 3 ThunderMaps integrations to get the most out of your data

We want to make sure you are getting the most out of the data you collect via ThunderMaps so it’s important that you can easily getting the data out of the ThunderMaps and into the tools that you are using every day. Here are our top 3 most popular integrations ThunderMaps and Google Sheets Out of the box, ThunderMaps already …

April Feature update: Custom branded enterprise sites

ThunderMaps has been producing custom branded apps for data collection and safety for quite some time. These are used by large organisations where custom features and brand presence is important. Next month we will be releasing custom branded websites for enterprise clients. The development of the custom websites have involved us completely rethinking how we approach the visual design and …

Mission accomplished: ThunderMaps successfully completes Horizon 2020 project

After an extremely rewarding 20-month project period, ThunderMaps has successfully closed out its European Commission-supported Horizon 2020 innovation project. Led by the ThunderMaps Sweden office, employing resources across four different countries, the project team has successfully developed, tested and piloted the new CityFeed citizen engagement solution for municipalities. The solution is already active in municipalities in Sweden and New Zealand, …

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March Feature Update – Task Assignment

This month has seen some of the most significant features we have ever made released. This is the second to last feature we have, in our closely guarded software development pipeline…. we’re building you software that is designed to keep you and your people safe at work. As such, it’s critical that you can easily assign and resolve issues. Let …

High performance safety software company primed for growth after closing seed funding

ThunderMaps, which is building the world’s largest database of dangerous locations, has just completed a seed round of capital raising. The investment round attracted funders from both Australia and New Zealand, who have purchased convertible notes at a 20% discount on a future equity valuation. The proceeds from this funding will be used to expand sales into the larger Australian …

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The technology behind the world’s largest database of dangerous locations

Building the most comprehensive worldwide database of dangerous locations takes some serious computing power. On top of this, making people safer by letting people know when they are in danger, in real-time, needs reliable technologies. ThunderMaps are heavy users of Amazon’s web services and we recently acquired a grant from the AWS Activate program, to help rapidly scale and grow …