Technology solutions for complex spaces.
Digital mapping, wayfinding and positioning
for people, assets and places.

Hardware-agnostic positioning. Source-agnostic mapping. Curated wayfinding.

Live Positioning

Live Positioning

Highly accurate indoor positioning without the requirement for deployment and management of costly hardware infrastructure.

Features
  • • No hardware dependency
  • • 1-5 metre location accuracy
  • • Real-time asset tracking
  • • Utilises existing infrastructure
Live Mapping

Live Map

Industry-leading design-focused indoor and outdoor mapping layering multiple data types from any source including IoT data visualisation. Maps curated to any audience, from site visitors to operational teams.

Features
  • • Dynamic category overlays
  • • Customisable asset list
  • • Category and type search
  • • API integrations - track and visualise data from IoT devices and external databases
  • • Asset management
Live Routing

Live Routing

Curated navigation based on a specific individual’s purpose, itinerary and location. Provide helpful routing, alerts and recommendations to enrich visitors’ experience of your space.

Features
  • • Customise routing with business rules
  • • GDPR compliant
  • • Alerts via push notification based on time, location or both
  • • Accessible routing tailored to users’ needs
  • • Routing between and within indoor and outdoor spaces
Live Location

Live Location

Real-time tracking of moving assets or visitors via map-based dashboards. Adjust visitor flows dynamically, make data-driven operational decisions, use insights to improve visitor experience by adjusting dynamic routing based on real-time feedback.

Features
  • • Real-time information and intelligence
  • • Access to historic data and trends
  • • Advanced data visualisation charts and dashboards
  • • Real-time notifications based on customer parameters
  • • GDPR compliant

An intuitive product that adapts to any device

Because we follow a User Centred Design methodology, our maps and interface have undergone rigorous testing. What this means for you is the peace of mind to know that your users will be comfortable using our maps, regardless of the device category they use: smartphone, tablet, desktop computer or multi-touch kiosk.

An image of Living Maps product on multiple devices, such as laptops, smartphones and multi-touch Kiosk

Single source of truth

Manage and update all your geospatial data from one place, then output instantly to mobile-web, mobile-apps, desktop-web or digital signage.

Your data. Your assets.

You own and control your geospatial information and first-party data. Forever.

Design Heritage

With decades of experience designing maps for complex indoor and outdoor spaces through our partnership with Applied Wayfinding.

We play nicely with friends

Our platform is open to integrations with any third-party provider and application.

Leading clients and partners across multiple verticals

Star Alliance logoThe MET logoIBM logoCanary Wharf logo
Royal Academy of Arts logoClient logo for Massachusetts Bay Transport Authority
Engie logo Enfield logoClient logo for The City of Edmonton in CanadaApplied Wayfinding logo
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  • "In Living Map, we have found a partner whose technology and vision complements ours."
    Star Alliance

    Christian Draeger

    Vice President Customer Experience, Star Alliance

  • "Our partnership with Star Alliance and Living Map, is part of our efforts to use digital technologies to provide a more seamless customer journey."
    Singapore Airlines

    Mr Lee Lik Hsin

    Executive Vice President Commercial, Singapore Airlines

  • "The team at Living Map were able to turn around this map promptly, enabling us to support our staff in their new journeys"
    RUH Bath

    Cris Fletcher

    Sustainable Travel Coordinator Estates and Facilities, RUH Bath

  • "This is a key milestone in the Museum's journey toward a scalable and sustainable solution for indoor positioning and wayfinding."
    The MET Museum

    Loic Tallon

    Chief Digital Officer, The MET Museum