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Founded Year

2014

Stage

Seed - II | Dead

Total Raised

$70K

Last Raised

$50K

About Lagoon

Lagoon is the water management platform of the future. Building upon Lagoon's 'simple to install' non-invasive sensors for water meters, the software platform provides detailed and insightful knowledge about water usage for commercial and industrial sites. Facility managers receive actionable insights about potential spikes in water usage, leaks, and inefficient buildings or operations. Lagoon takes water management to the next level by incorporating algorithms that detect types of water usage and inefficient machines, such as cooling towers and boilers. This platform brings unprecedented visibility into water usage while measuring business risk and creating productivity gains through reporting, project management and employee engagement. Welcome to the future of water management. Lagoon ceased operations.

Headquarters Location

2135 Harrison St.

San Francisco, California, 94110,

United States

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Lagoon Patents

Lagoon has filed 8 patents.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

4/17/2015

4/24/2018

Operating roller coasters, Operating amusement attractions, Amusement ride manufacturers, Buttocks, Amusement rides

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Application Date

4/17/2015

Grant Date

4/24/2018

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Related Topics

Operating roller coasters, Operating amusement attractions, Amusement ride manufacturers, Buttocks, Amusement rides

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Grant

Latest Lagoon News

Fortnite Season 8 map changes: Lazy Lagoon, Sunny Steps, volcanic vents and more

Feb 28, 2019

Fortnite Season 8 map changes: Lazy Lagoon, Sunny Steps, volcanic vents and more By Lauren Aitken, Thursday, 28 February 2019 09:21 GMT Fortnite Season 8 has started at last and the map has undergone some radical changes. Cracks started appearing all around the map over the last few weeks, and there’s now a massive volcano that has erupted at the top of the map. There are at least two new named locations in Fortnite Season 8; Lazy Lagoon and Sunny Steps. You’ll see streams of lava pouring from the volcano too – touch it and you’ll take damage and bounce off it. And keep an eye out for volcanic vents, as these will boost players and vehicles into the sky with a gust of volcanic air. We’ll have to wait until Fortnite comes back online to properly explore the map and we’ll update soon, but in the meantime here are all the Season 8 patch notes. These may not be the final changes as quite often the map evolves every few weeks. There’s the potential for another in-game event to bring even more changes, so watch this space. Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here .

Lagoon Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Lagoon founded?

    Lagoon was founded in 2014.

  • Where is Lagoon's headquarters?

    Lagoon's headquarters is located at 2135 Harrison St., San Francisco.

  • What is Lagoon's latest funding round?

    Lagoon's latest funding round is Seed - II.

  • How much did Lagoon raise?

    Lagoon raised a total of $70K.

  • Who are the investors of Lagoon?

    Investors of Lagoon include Highway1 and The Brandery.

  • Who are Lagoon's competitors?

    Competitors of Lagoon include Banyan Water and 3 more.

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