Global enterprises managing numerous facilities face a considerable challenge accessing building data dispersed across multiple landlords, local jurisdictions, and local outsourced service providers. Mapped's platform bridges this gap by enabling the seamless sharing of building data among entities in real-time across geographic locations.Mapped's Independent Data Layer (IDL) accelerates corporate initiatives such as ESG, empowering the executive teams to make timely, informed decisions and manage workplace resources efficiently.
Create flexible workspaces to support employee health and satisfaction. Implement space utilization techniques to optimize office layouts.
Invest in energy efficiency and other eco-friendly practices to reduce environmental impact and automate Scope 1 & Scope 2 data collection with IDL.
Implement Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) for centralized data powered by IDL to make informed decisions.
Sensors can detect issues like poor air quality or overcrowding, allowing for immediate responses to maintain a healthy workplace. IDL brings real-time data on air quality, temperature, and occupancy to a centralized dashboard helping facilities teams monitor the environment for employee comfort and safety.
Sensors and utility meters provide energy usage information in real-time. Facilities teams can implement active energy management using IDL to identify patterns and trends, adjust lighting, heating, and cooling systems to optimize energy consumption and reduce costs at scale.
IoT sensors owned and operated by multiple entities monitor the condition of various building systems in real time. IDL helps by bringing disparate data together and helps facilities teams analyze and predict equipment failure by implementing proactive maintenance and repairs. Thus reducing unplanned downtime.