Space-Time Insight

Space-Time Insight liberates companies in asset-intensive industries from a fragmented view of the big picture, providing the context and clarity they need to make fast, confident decisions. Using spatial, temporal and nodal analysis, our IoT-ready real-time visual analytics applications illuminate the what, where, when, why and how of every asset and situation. Space-Time Insight’s award-winning situational intelligence software powers mission-critical systems for some of the largest companies around the world, including eight of the twenty largest US utilities. We partner with leaders in the industry including Accenture, Esri, IBM, NEC, OSIsoft, SAP, Siemens and Unicorn Systems. Space-Time Insight is privately held and based in San Mateo, CA.
Company Growth (employees)
San Mateo, US
Size (employees)
143 (est)-2%
Space-Time Insight is headquartered in San Mateo, US

Key People at Space-Time Insight

Paul Hofmann

Paul Hofmann

Chief Technology Officer
Jagadeesh Macherla

Jagadeesh Macherla

Chief Architect and Co-founder
Cathy Minter

Cathy Minter

Vice President, Strategic Industries
Steve Ehrlich

Steve Ehrlich

Senior Vice President, Marketing and Product Management
Rob Massoudi

Rob Massoudi

Senior Vice President, Business Development and Strategic Partnerships
Robert Massoudi

Robert Massoudi

Senior Vice President, Business Development at Space-Time Insight

Space-Time Insight Office Locations

Space-Time Insight has an office in San Mateo
San Mateo, US (HQ)
1850 Gateway Drive

Space-Time Insight Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Total Funding

$34 m

Latest funding size

$20 m

Time since last funding

almost 4 years


Space-Time Insight's latest funding round in September 2013 was reported to be $20 m. In total, Space-Time Insight has raised $34 m

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Space-Time Insight Online and Social Media Presence

Space-Time Insight News and Updates

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