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Series A - II | Alive

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Last Raised

$38.8M | 3 yrs ago

About Trackonomy

Trackonomy provides a fully-integrated platform that consists of hardware, software, data to give users end-to-end visibility and granular insight into shipments across disparate networks.

Trackonomy Headquarters Location

2350 Mission College Blvd Suite 490

Santa Clara, California, 95054,

United States

ESPs containing Trackonomy

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Transportation & Logistics / Supply Chain Tech

Visibility platforms compile and analyze real-time data across the shipping journey to provide end-to-end shipment visibility. This market includes platforms that connect players across the supply chain to enable inventory tracking and workflow automation as well as IoT companies developing connectivity solutions that facilitate the tracking and monitoring of goods.

Trackonomy named as Outperformer among 10 other companies, including FourKites, Project44, and Tive.

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Expert Collections containing Trackonomy

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Trackonomy is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Supply Chain & Logistics Tech.


Supply Chain & Logistics Tech

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Companies offering technology-driven solutions that serve the supply chain & logistics space (e.g. shipping, inventory mgmt, last mile, trucking).

Trackonomy Patents

Trackonomy has filed 48 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Wireless networking
  • Wireless locating
  • Sensors
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Wireless sensor network, Wireless networking, Sensors, Transiting exoplanets, Embedded systems


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Wireless sensor network, Wireless networking, Sensors, Transiting exoplanets, Embedded systems



Latest Trackonomy News

8 mobility and supply chain start-ups to watch in 2020

Jan 9, 2020

Image: © maxwellmonty/ From a start-up bringing 3D printers to space to the German mobility company creating air taxis, these are the companies to watch if you work in logistics or mobility. This week, we’re taking a look at the eight start-ups selected as the World Economic Forum’s 2019 Class of Technology Pioneers, in the field of mobility and supply chain. These start-ups are game changers in their field, whether their work is focusing on the development of flying taxis, using technology to create end-to-end tracking solutions or building autonomous trucks. Trackonomy Founded in 2017, Trackonomy offers end-to-end visibility for shipments around the globe, whether they are made by air, land or sea. The company offers item-level precision, without the expensive infrastructure or workflow changes, by offering three points of a fully-integrated platform, covering hardware, software and data. The company’s sensors detect everything from environmental anomalies to timetables to tampering, sending real-time alarms to each customer’s inbox. It can also be used to identify key events in shipping, such as the opening and closing of freight, truck and facility doors. Trackonomy CEO Erik Volkerink recently said that the Silicon Valley based company has “invented new technologies at price points not possible before”, and while the company currently focuses on the realm of logistics, Trackonomy’s technology could eventually be used for other types of IoT deployments. Volocopter German aircraft manufacturer Volocopter specialises in electric multirotor helicopters that are designed for air taxi use. The company, founded by CEO Florian Reuter and chairman Lukasz Gadowski, has received investment from the likes of Daimler, Intel and Btov Partners. According to Crunchbase, Volocopter has raised €81.2m to date. Payload 200kg, Reach 40km: our #VoloDrone & #Volocopter ‘s first expansion into a market beyond #UrbanAirMobility . So excited to explore what our heavy-lift utility drone will make possible! In September 2019, the company’s air taxi made its urban flight debut at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart. Its VoloCity model is set to become the company’s first commercially licensed vehicle. The vehicle is powered by nine rechargeable batteries that can be swapped in five minutes. The VoloCity can accommodate two people and has a range of 35km and an airspeed of 110 kmph. Additionally, the company makes an unmanned, fully electric utility drone, named the VoloDrone. This vehicle was designed to serve challenging missions across diverse industries. It can carry up to 200kg within a range of 40km and is also 100pc electric. Perceptive Automata Massachusetts based start-up Perceptive Automata was founded in 2015. The business aims to solve what is often described as one of the biggest challenges in automated driving, which is developing accurate human behaviour prediction technology for the safe, large-scale roll-out of highly automated and autonomous vehicles in urban areas. Perceptive Automata’s goal is to make sure that those vehicles understand what people might do next, in order to ensure that the vehicle navigates safely and smoothly in environments with lots of pedestrians, cyclists and other drivers. Co-founded by Avery Faller, Sam Anthony, Sid Misra and Walter Scheirer, the Perceptive Automata team is comprised of Harvard, MIT and Stanford neuroscientists and AI experts, who work from both of the company’s offices in Silicon Valley and Boston. To date, the business has raised around $20m, from investors including Jazz Venture Partners, First Round Capital and Slow Ventures. Relativity Space Relativity Space is an American aerospace manufacturer headquartered in Los Angeles. Founded in 2015 by Tim Ellis and Jordan Noone, the start-up is developing its own launchers and rocket engines for commercial orbital launch services. Noone and Ellis decided to start the company after they realised that companies such as Blue Origin and SpaceX were not taking full advantage of 3D printing when it came to manufacturing rockets. The start-up’s goal is to 3D print an entire launch vehicle within 60 days. To complete their mission, the company has built the world’s largest metal 3D printer. Relativity’s year in review: The Evolution of #Stargate . Stargate 1.0 (left) remains operational, but we added a few friends this year with Stargate 2.0 (right) to expand capacity. In fact, we added three of them! And they’re all still the largest #3DMetalPrinters in the world. With around $185m in funding, the start-up has received investment from the likes of Jared Leto, Y Combinator, Mark Cuban, Lee Fixel, Tribe Capital and Republic Labs. Homoola Homoola is a Saudi Arabian transportation platform that provides its clients with a solution for meeting their land transportation needs. Co-founded by Ziyad Alhomaid and Asim Alrajhi, Homoola officially launched in 2018. The start-up aims to reinvent the way that goods are transported, while raising the bar for the quality and efficiency of transporting goods. The platform allows truck drivers to find jobs delivering shipments, providing the drivers with all of the details they need to know about the shipment in advance. For shippers, Homoola finds eligible drivers and provides tracking tools and information on the shipment’s journey, while providing them delivery at a competitive rate. Airobotics Founded in 2014, Airobotics is an automated industrial drone start-up that provides an end-to-end, fully automatic solution for collecting aerial data and gaining valuable insights. Airobotics provides a platform that is available on-site and on-demand, enabling industrial facilities to access aerial data in a faster, safer and more efficient manner. The business was co-founded by Meir Kline and Ran Krauss, who now serves as CEO. Krauss was also the first Israeli to get a commercial pilot’s license for a drone and was the first to receive a commercial operating license for a drone company. The Israeli business has raised around $108m in funding to date. Investors include Pavilion Capital, OurCrowd, BlueRun Ventures and CRV Skuchain San Francisco-based start-up Skuchain was founded in 2014 by Srinivasan Sriram and Zaki Manian. Skuchain’s blockchain platform provides the tools for collaborative commerce, in which enterprises are able to work together to unlock gains while also expanding their control across the supply chain. Our Founder & CEO Sriram Srinivasan ( @ssr1ram ) and VP of Business Development and Strategy ( @beccaliao ) are both in Utah attending 2018 Macquarie Commodity Markets and Finance Conference. Here is @ssr1ram speaking at the event on Empowering Global Supply Chains Using Blockchain. The start-up is led by a team of serial entrepreneurs from Harvard, Stanford, MIT, Berkeley, Columbia and UPenn. Skuchain aims to help enterprises break free from the complexities and costs associated with their inventory, allowing trade partners to interact in a friction free manner, while gaining deep visibility into their supply chain so they can make smart forecasting decisions. Starsky Robotics Starsky Robotics is an autonomous truck company that was founded in 2016. Led by Kartik Tiwari and Stefan Seltz-Axmacher, the start-up has raised approximately $20.3m to date, from investors including Unshackled Ventures and Shasta Ventures. Rebecca Feeney Barry, Behavior Planning Lead at Starsky Robotics, on how to keep self-driving decisions simple and why this simplicity is so good. #autonomous #driving #driverless #robotics #trucking The business recognised that trucking is the backbone of the US economy, with 70pc of all freight travelling by truck. Until recent years, this freight has been transported by truck drivers who risk their lives while spending large amounts of time away from family on the road. Starsky Robotics wants to bring remote controlled trucks to market, allowing drivers to work closer to their families and homes. Want stories like this and more direct to your inbox? Sign up for Tech Trends , Silicon Republic’s weekly digest of need-to-know tech news.

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Trackonomy Rank

  • When was Trackonomy founded?

    Trackonomy was founded in 2017.

  • Where is Trackonomy's headquarters?

    Trackonomy's headquarters is located at 2350 Mission College Blvd, Santa Clara.

  • What is Trackonomy's latest funding round?

    Trackonomy's latest funding round is Series A - II.

  • How much did Trackonomy raise?

    Trackonomy raised a total of $49.22M.

  • Who are the investors of Trackonomy?

    Investors of Trackonomy include 8VC.

  • Who are Trackonomy's competitors?

    Competitors of Trackonomy include FourKites, Moeco, Tive, Overhaul, Project44, Mandata, ParkourSC, Aknamed, ClearMetal, BluJay Solutions and 14 more.

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ParkourSC is a provider of supply chain technology solutions. Itoffers Sensor Fabric. Its location engine and cloud applications turn digital metadata into insights, delivering operational efficiencies for customers, leading to reduced costs and improved financial performance. ParkourSC was formerly known as CloudLeaf. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Santa Clara, California.

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