An open platform
Take your map to the next level
A key element to consider when exploring indoor mapping platforms is the ability to integrate with third party applications. Mapwize is a 100% open platform that provides you with the agility to address any of your use cases using indoor positioning systems, facility management systems, integrated work management systems, asset tracking solutions or any other application that will meet your specific needs.
Therefore, developers have access to a highly customizable mapping module with an API to automate tasks and the SDK to embed the map in other applications.
Third party systems integrations
Add intelligence to your indoor spaces for multiple use cases
FACILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
With digital maps integrated into your facility management system, your company can create applications which allow your FM teams to work more efficiently and make quick decisions about equipment and facilities in your buildings.
By leveraging the Mapwize indoor mapping platform with SDKs and APIs that you can customize to meet your needs, these applications can solve a wide range of use cases. Technicians can easily find their way around with a dedicated map that allows them to find the shortest route to audit fire equipment and verify that it is properly distributed throughout the building. Users, on the other hand, can easily report and track incidents in the Mapwize application and get specific notifications. Finally, managers can have a more global view of the map and react quickly because they are always up-to-date and can find the location of the problem thanks to real-time data.
SCHEDULING AND BOOKING PLATFORMS
Employees often complain about the lack of meeting rooms, while the facilities management department reports a lack of use of these rooms. Why is this? We find that 80% of employees spend more than 15 minutes a day looking for a place to collaborate and that meeting rooms are not used properly. For example, meetings end sooner or are cancelled but employees are not aware of it.
Digital indoor maps combined with scheduling or booking platforms enhance the user experience and makes it more comfortable to book a meeting room or a desk and give clarity to FM services. Maps created with Mapwize can display the availability status of meeting rooms (free, busy, and 'soon to be occupied') using live color-coding. Occupancy data can be synchronized from any calendar, occupancy sensors or room management solution. Maps are instantly refreshed as soon as new data is available. Besides displaying the live status, our solution allows users to find the nearest available meeting room using our advanced indoor routing engine. This will help your employee, students or staff avoid frustration and increase productivity.
ASSET TRACKING SOLUTIONS
Interactive maps provide a solid foundation for locating and tracking assets within buildings. Our asset visualization solution will allow you to display information about an item/equipment, whether it is static or in motion, on your maps.
In combination with an asset tracking hardware detecting the movements of your assets, their location can be updated and shown on the map in real-time. Operators can then find a given type of asset closest to them. In addition, it is possible to display a heat map indicating the areas where the assets are most frequently used or moved, allowing you to adjust the layout of the assets inside your building according to the needs.
Nowadays, we collect more and more data, both indoors and outdoors that are often presented as numbers on a spreadsheet. Displaying your building data on an indoor map can make any information more meaningful and readable.
With our mapping software, you can overlay your data on Mapwize maps and color specific parts or areas based on the associated values. In order to make this visualization possible you can integrate Mapwize in Data Visualization softwares to create custom dashboards. A lot of data can be displayed like IoT device status and measurement, air quality and temperature in the different rooms, asset incident per location, revenue generated per m² in retail or per product category in a shopping center.