Fuel usage, car speed and location are some of the data that this company’s devices monitor. Tantalum was set up in 2006 as Lysanda, and in 2014 acquired Direct Line’s stolen vehicle recovery division. The company’s data helps insurance companies and the police recover stolen vehicles and investigate traffic incidents. It is led by the former venture capitalist Cédriane de Boucaud, 46, and backed by investors including the Sustainable Technologies Fund. Last year sales reached £16.1m.
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