IOT pioneers Asset Mapping are RBS Innovation Gateway Finalists

Recently announced as RBS Innovation Gateway finalists, Asset Mapping have declared themselves as ‘leading the way to a real Internet of Things’.

Now that Asset Mapping are working with RBS, they are keen to help the organisation identify new opportunities for energy saving by visualising the physical assets across their estate.

Asset Mapping have developed an online platform which will enable users to better orchestrate their buildings and infrastructure. The platform plots data from disparate systems into a singe intuitive map, where users can see their assets along with important contextual information, in real-time.

Asset Mapping, the company led by Bill Clee (pictured above), are keen to demonstrate that large companies such as RBS can slash their spending on energy by getting to know their building systems better.

Marcela Navarro, who is leading the initiative, feels the project has already been a success. “The quality and the range of ideas from companies like Asset Mapping has been phenomenal. With the Finalists in place we can now say that the Innovation Gateway is real, with people like Asset Mapping supporting it with ideas that could create real outcomes for RBS.”

Bill Clee, CEO of Asset Mapping, is delighted to be endorsed by the panel of experts:  “This is a great opportunity and we are incredibly proud that RBS have recognised our hard work by selecting our platform. RBS are developing an ecosystem of innovative companies to solve some big world challenges that face not just large estates like RBS but cities generally. Our platform can play a huge role, bringing everything together and making it work efficiently.


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