Sync geofences from your data warehouse with a new integration from Census

We've partnered with Census, a reverse ETL platform, to allow mutual customers to easily sync geofences from their data warehouse to Radar.

Census supports syncing data from all major data warehouses, including Amazon Athena and Redshift, Snowflake, Azure Synapse, and Google BigQuery.

With a new integration from Census, you can automatically add, update, or disable geofences in Radar as source data changes in your data warehouse.

Set it up, turn it on, and forget about geofence management!

How it works

Using the integration is simple.

First, set up services for your Test and/or Live environments. Copy and paste your Radar secret API keys.


Second, create a data model and connect your data warehouse as a source.


Third, create a sync and map properties from the data model to Radar geofence attributes like description, tag, externalId, type, and radius.


Finally, schedule your sync.


That's all there is to it! Check out the Census docs for more information.

If you'd like to learn more about this integration, or if you'd like to learn more about Radar geofence management more generally, please request a demo!

We're thrilled to be working with the Radar team to build an integration that is already delivering significant value to brands. The flexibility of Radar's platform allowed us to move quickly with Geofence Sync and we're already scoping out several enhancements to increase the utility we can offer to customers.

— Sean Lynch, Chief Product Officer, Census

We hope you enjoyed this post about keeping geofences "in sync." Until next time, bye bye bye.