Cartogram, the indoor navigation and wayfinding software platform, was featured in an article titled “Cartogram Wins Angel Investment of $100,000 at Flywheel” on News Radio 560 KPQ. From the article:
Cartogram, along with five other startup companies, competed for the investment award in a “Shark Tank” style competition held in the Numerica Performing Arts Center. Strive Tech, a performance company utilizing smart clothing, won the $5,000 cash prize for Audience Favorite.
The six finalists who competed during the 2018 Flywheel Investment Conference included: Barn2Door, Cartogram, FanWide Technologies, genneve, MirrorCache, and Strive Tech. These six finalists came from a pool of 28 applicants across Washington State.
Cartogram solves the wayfinding problem in hospitals, sports venues, and other large buildings by providing an indoor mapping and navigation software platform to businesses as a service. Cartogram navigates anyone from anywhere to anywhere – inside, outside, and between buildings. Their services include high-tech indoor/outdoor wayfinding software for iOS, Android, and web, as well as print-based navigation, an SMS chatbot, and digital signage. Manage indoor maps and routing, enable staff to use different routes than patients and customers, schedule events inside of rooms, create shareable web links for locations, and enable a single source truth for all geospatial data and wayfinding needs with Cartogram.
Thanks for featuring us. We enjoyed competing against such awesome start-ups!
Cartogram has been in business since 2014, and we’re proud of our growth and our product. From our beginnings in CEO and Founder Will’s apartment to our current offices in downtown Bellevue, Wash. and our staff of 20, we’re proud of where we came from and excited about the projects that we have on the horizon. Read more about our history and company here.
To get started with your own indoor wayfinding project, please fill out the form on the contact page and let us know what your current challenges are.