Seeq is developing software that converts industrial process data from sensors and instrument systems into useful actionable business intelligence that companies can use to improve their business decisions.
A Seattle-based startup called Seeq has raised $6 million to help companies capitalize on the Industrial Internet by letting use the streams of data their business processes are generating.
Steve Sliwa previously founded Insitu, the maker of unmanned aircraft that sold to Boeing for a reported purchase price of $400 million five years ago. Now, Sliwa is back in the startup game with Seeq, a big data startup that’s announcing $6 million in series A funding today from Madrona Venture Group, Clear Fir Partners and Second Avenue Partners, one of the original investors in Insitu.
Industrial analytics company Seeq announced it secured a Series A round of funding totaling $6 million to develop big data analytics for industrial process data.
Seeq, which is bringing big data analysis tools to manufacturers and industrial companies with lots of time-based process data, has filled out a $6 million Series A led by Second Avenue Partners.