Radar is developer-friendly, privacy-first location data infrastructure powering location-based experiences for enterprises and high-growth startups.
Radar helps product and growth teams build amazing location-aware app experiences.
Radar was founded in 2016 by Nick Patrick and Coby Berman. The company is headquartered in Brooklyn, New York, and looking to open an office in San Francisco, California.
Radar Lab aims to enable companies to build products and make informed decisions with location data.
Radar's platform currently has four context types, supporting geofencing, place detection, home/work/traveling detection, and country/state/DMA detection (Geofences, Places, Insights, Regions). Developers can integrate Radar into their applications via mobile SDK, API and server-side integrations, such as Segment, Braze, mParticle and Amplitude.
Radar’s technology has already attracted an impressive customer roster, which includes Fortune 500 companies and high-growth startups like Burger King, Booking.com, Ibotta and DraftKings across multiple verticals including retail and ecommerce, food and dining, travel and transportation and entertainment and sports.
Radar is backed by Accel, Two Sigma Ventures, Heavybit, Prime Set, Bedrock Capital and others. The company raised $20M in a Series B round on Feb 12, 2020. This brings Radar's total funding to $30.5M to date.