DragonEye Software Selected for MN Cup Competition
On June 6th, SharedGeo was informed that its DragonEye location tracking software had been selected as a semifinalist for the 2016 MN Cup Competition. The contest which is sponsored by the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota brings together “entrepreneurs from across the state and connects them with education, mentorship and support to launch and accelerate the development of their new ventures.” Conducted annually, the top winners of the competition split a purse of more than $450,000.
Out of approximately 1500 submissions, DragonEye was picked as a top 10 entry in the High Tech division. Although DragonEye is a product which was initially developed to only support tracking of utility vehicles, over nearly 4 years of follow-on development it has evolved into a highly versatile platform primarily focused in the aviation sector where display accuracy and high data throughput rates are critical to safe operations. Furthermore, across the several years of development, DragonEye has also gained the absolutely unique ability to receive and track every type of GPS enabled device. You can play the promotional video for DragonEye by clicking this link.