San Francisco, CA, USA
|Key people||Eric Gundersen|
Data sources and technology
The data are taken both from open data sources, such as OpenStreetMap and NASA, and from proprietary datasources, such as DigitalGlobe. The technology is based on Node.js, CouchDB, Mapnik, GDAL, and Leafletjs.
The startup was created as a part of Development Seed in order to offer map customization for non-profit customers, in 2010. It was bootstrapped until a 2013 $10M funding round by Foundry Group.
- The New Cartographers, Washington Post, 22 July 2013
- A Cloudless Atlas — How Mapbox Aims to Make the World’s ‘Most Beautiful Map’, Wired, 14 May 2013
- "Map Data: Stick a Pin in It". The Economist. 4 April 2013. Retrieved 3 December 2013.
- Nugent, Dave. "Node.js Future & Drupal". Retrieved 3 December 2013.
- Lomas, Natasha. "Mapbox Closes $10M Series A From Foundry Group To Build The Future Of Interactive, Mobile Maps". TechCrunch. Retrieved 3 December 2013.
- Franzen, Carl. "Mapbox Aims For Open Source, Digital Map Revolution". Talking Points Memo. Retrieved 3 December 2013.
- Mapbox Streets, a global map with street level detail
- Natural Earth, a high-level topographic and bathymetric map
- Earthquake Risk Zones, Earthquake risks mapped against active USAID projects in the pacific rim region.
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