Space Capital has launched its latest institution fund, Space Capital II, to invest in three areas. The company has also launched a careers site called Space Talent.
Managing Partner Chad Anderson writes in Medium:
Building upon insights from The GPS Playbook, we plan to deploy Space Capital II in the following thematic areas:
– Synthetic Data
GPS (precise/micro positioning)
– Sensor fusion
– Autonomous Systems
– Next-generation mapping infrastructure
– Precision navigation
To further stimulate growth in these areas we’ve launched Space Talent, a free career platform and central resources hub built for the global ecosystem of companies at the intersection of space and tech. With over 9,000 jobs and 550 companies across 50 countries, Space Talent matches credible employers with top talent while providing insights into an ever-expanding range of opportunities. The platform also helps founders experiment, build, and finance new businesses by providing resources and the opportunity to receive up to $1.5M in funding from Space Capital and our affiliates.