Connect. Respond. Transform.
Asset Mapping is a scalable database, designed to bring together data from billions of devices and systems into a single, intuitive map. Asset Mapping allows anyone to see the location and condition of equipment in real-time, from any device. When conditions change, Asset Mapping triggers alerts and puts the right information at the fingertips of service engineers, so they can address issues faster and at a lower cost. With quick access to a complete list of all your assets, insightful analytics and tailored reports, you are prepared to make more informed decisions that bring new business value to your organisation.
Constellation Research recommends us as leading Internet of Things Platform and Middleware for physical asset management.
How it works
Add real-time data from sensors and operating systems monitoring your equipment.
Combine live data feeds with the contextual information you need to address issues.
See all your equipment on a digital map, access insights, trigger alerts and get performance reports on any device.
What makes us unique
Asset Mapping is unique in that it allows you to aggregate data from billions of sources and use it freely, in combination with your existing applications and upcoming cloud services.
There are four key reasons why our flexible database is different to other solutions:
Connect billions of machines today, scale to any IoT requirements tomorrow.
Bring data from your systems and integrate with your business solutions.
Achieve rapid integration with asset management and cloud service applications.
Protect your organisation with encryption at hardware level through to the cloud.
Asset Mapping and leading indoor mapping company Micello sign partnership to bring automatic geofencing to maps.
“Asset Mapping is a key instrumental partner in the CityVerve project. We will be demonstrating a complete IoT system in this project. Connecting devices and systems together for the first time, creates a complexity that we have never faced before. Asset Mapping delivers the ability to track, visualise and identify the status of every sensor, camera or controller. This is what makes the deployment feasible.
Asset mapping combines the agility and the passion of a startup with the depth of knowledge and experience of companies that have been doing this for many years.
It addresses a real problem that it gets more prominent as we evolve into the Internet Of Everything.”
Nick Chrissos - Head of Innovation Technology, UK and Ireland at Cisco Systems
“Asset Mapping is a great example of how the internet of things will transform traditional business models. The dynamic nature of how assets are used inside buildings means many need managing and some are subject to loss or misuse. AM augments this process of find, map, control, saving time and money. Intel is proud to work with Asset Mapping and excited about the company's projects.”
Karen Lomas - Director of IoT, Smart City & Buildings, EMEA at Intel Corporation
“Asset Mapping is not afraid to drive a visionary approach for defining the role asset data will play in our next generation workplaces. This is a unique startup with a novel technology and an exceptional team. Their enthusiasm, commitment and relevant background makes them stand out from the crowd.”
Paul Chaplin - Leading Edge Community Manager at Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe
“The power of IoT and analytics is disrupting traditional building & asset management, bringing deep insights that translate into business value. Asset Mapping is a leading platform in the IoT arena, and we look forward to working with them in the exciting times ahead.”
David Kipling - Vice President, Corporate Investment at Jabil
“We believe Asset Mapping helps us achieve our vision for the Internet of Everything. It connects things that have never been connected before and gets data we have never had before. When data from legacy equipment is analysed, it contributes to change business process, and that eventually changes how people behave.”
Ged Fitton - Senior Business Development Manager at Cisco